Ladies football
development work starts

Edel Hanley was one of Tipperary's best players in the defeat to Waterford.
Tipperary Ladies Gaelic Football Under 13 Development training will commence on Sunday, August 25 at 11am sharp in Galtee Rovers GAA Club, Bansha. Any player attending should be there at 10.45am at the latest to complete registration.

Tipperary Ladies Gaelic Football Under 13 Development training will commence on Sunday, August 25 at 11am sharp in Galtee Rovers GAA Club, Bansha. Any player attending should be there at 10.45am at the latest to complete registration.

All clubs are invited to send as many players from their club as they wish but please note that all those attending must be born in 2000. Registration of any players born in 2001 or after will not be accepted. There will be a registration fee of €20 for all players attending and this must be paid within the first three weeks of the training. For further details on this check www.tipperaryladiesfootball.ie

Tipperary Ladies Gaelic Football Under 12 Player Development training will commence on Saturday, August 24 at 11am. Venue will be confirmed later. This training is open to all players born in 2001 only.  Also, on Sunday September 1st there will be an Inter County Blitz in Dangan, Galway for the Under 12 Development Squad. For further information check www.tipperaryladiesfootball.ie

Best wishes to Keith Delahunty who will referee the TG4 Senior Championship Quarter Final Mayo v Kerry in St. Brendan’s Park, Birr, Offaly at 12.30pm on Saturday.

The Under 8 and Under 10 Blitz which was due to be held in Galtee Rovers GAA Grounds in Bansha on Saturday, August 3 has been rescheduled to August 24. Both blitzes will begin at 11am. All teams are required to bring their own referee on the day. Any clubs interested in taking part are asked to email tipplfsecretary@hotmail.com by Wednesday August 21st with the number of teams they wish to enter and a contact number for the person in charge of the team. 

The Association is offering the chance to play in Croke Park at their 40th All Ireland Final on September 29th. They require six Under 10 teams and six Gaelic4Mothers and Others teams to play at half time of the three Finals. (All teams should consist of 10 players per team). An Under 14 team (12 players per team) is required to assist as Ball Girls during the three Finals and three Under 14 teams are needed to officiate at the half time of the Exhibition Games (12 Players per team).