Congrats to our U 14 girls who won their summer league final  comprehesively on Saturday afternoon in Mulhern Park against St.Faithleachs […]


The ballinameen ladies held their annual 10K run on Sunday 13th  at 6pm.the winners were as follows:10K Adult1st Male Ken Kennedy 2nd Male […]

Clann na nGael

U16 Girl’sOur U16 girls were invited to Dunmore in Galway on Sunday 13th August to participate in the Dympna […]


ADULT LADIES IN CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL:Our Adult Ladies team play Castlerea in the Junior A Championship Semi-final on Saturday evening […]


There are many different skills involved in the game of  Ladies Gaelic Football.  The skills can be broadly broken down into those that involve Gaining Possession, Maintaining Possession, Releasing Possession and Contesting Possession.

Many of these skills can be performed on the ground, without the need to get the ball into the hand and out of the hand.

It is essential that all players are coached the key skills of Ladies Gaelic Football using the key coaching points for each and the Head, Hands, Feet Principle.


The Lidl Gaelic4Mothers&Others initiative is an innovative way to introduce mothers and other women to playing Ladies Gaelic Football. Mothers often drop their kids to training and call back to collect them, but the Ladies Gaelic Football Association wants to change that.

G4G is a 12 week programme incorporating coaching sessions with fun non-competitive blitzes aimed at increasing participation in Ladies Gaelic Football. The programme targets girls aged between 8-12 years who are not currently registered with a Ladies Gaelic Football club. In essence, this is a tool to attract new players.

Coaching Courses and Workshops

Coach Education plays a vital role in organisation and training of teams and should not be undervalued during Games Development planning at the start of the year.

All clubs should ensure that there is at least 1 qualified (FUNdamentals or Level 1) coach involved with every team in the club.

FUNdamentals Coaching Course

An introductory coaching programme. Looking at: Planning and implementing training programmes, Player Pathway etc

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Level 1 Coaching Course

This course is developed to challenge existing coaches to look more in depth at coaching principles and practices.

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Key2Coaching Workshop

Coaches gain better understanding of how to plan, organise deliver and evaluate a typical training sessions.

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Referee Pathway

Ladies Gaelic Football Referee courses ‘Grab  Your Whistle’ Go Games or a ‘Grab Your Whistle’ Level 1 course.

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Holding an AGM Club

AGM should be held on or before the 1st December. Members should be notified at least 5 days beforehand.

The outgoing secretary & treasurer should give a report of the activities in the club for the previous year

The AGM shall elect: Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary, Registrar, Treasurer, Delegates to the County Board & County Convention Postions of Assistant Secretary, Assistant Treasurer, PRO, Development Officer & Culture & Language Office may also be elected.

Each club must appoint a Children’s Officer, who should be a member of the Management Committee