Fixtures announced for Tipp ladies football league campaign

Tipperary Ladies Gaelic Football are looking forward to the 2014 Tesco Homegrown National Football League.

Tipperary Ladies Gaelic Football are looking forward to the 2014 Tesco Homegrown National Football League.

The fixtures have been announced with Tipperary in Division 3 alongside Armagh, Longford, Waterford, Offaly, Wexford, Sligo and Leitrim. Tipperary will play three of their seven games at a home venue commencing on February 1. The Semi Final is fixed for April 27 with the Final on May 10. February 1 v Wexford (A); February 9 v Armagh (H); February 16 v Waterford (A); March 2 v Sligo (H), March 9 v Offaly (A); March 30 v Longford (H); April v Leitrim (A).

The Annual General Meeting of Tipperary Ladies Gaelic Football will take place on Monday, December 2 at the Horse & Jockey Hotel at 8pm. All clubs are asked to send delegates to the meeting. The nominees are as follows: Chairman: Tommie Campbell (Moyle Rovers, outgoing), Vice Chairman (2): Ger O’Hagan (Thurles Sarsfields, outgoing) and Denis Connolly (St. Ailbe’s, outgoing), Secretary: Anthony O’Brien (St. Ailbe’s, outgoing) Siobhan Condon (St. Ailbe’s), Assistant Secretary: Siobhan Condon (St. Ailbe’s, outgoing),Anthony O’Brien (St. Ailbe’s), Treasurer: Biddy Ryan (Ardfinnan, outgoing), Assistant Treasurer: Olive McDonnell (Templemore, outgoing), PRO: Michelle Donnelly (Moycarkey), Adult Fixtures: Ger O’Hagan (Thurles Sarsfields, outgoing) and Denis Connolly (St. Ailbe’s, outgoing), Juvenile Fixtures: Ann Slattery (Moycarkey, outgoing)

Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Association are holding trials for their Interprovincial Team that will compete in the All-Ireland Interprovincial Post Primary Blitz on Saturday January 25. The first trial was held on Saturday November 16th in Rathkeale and the second trial was on Saturday November 23rd in Mallow. The final trial will be held on Saturday December 7th at Mallow GAA Grounds. Tipperary Secondary Schools were well represented with girls from Rockwell College, St. Ailbe’s, Scoil Mhuire Carrick on Suir, Coláiste Dún Iascaigh, Cahir and Loreto School, Clonmel all making the journey to the trials.

Munster Ladies Gaelic Football have made the draw for their Post Primary Schools Junior Quarter Finals. In the Junior B Cup Quarter Final Loreto School, Clonmel will compete against Kilkee CC. In the Junior C Cup Quarter Final Scoil Mhuire Carrick (Tipperary) will take on Col an Phiarsaigh. In the Junior D Cup two Tipperary Schools will compete in preliminary games, Presentation Thurles take on Colaiste Chroi Naofa while St Anne’s (Tipperary) challenge Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal. The winners of these games compete against Carrigaline CC and Clare, respectively. In the Junior E Cup Semi Final CTI Clonmel will take on the Winners of Scoil Pol v Pres.Limerick.

In the Junior C Plate Quarter Finals Presentation Clonmel compete against Loreto, Fermoy. Our Lady’s Templemore will challenge Colaiste Chraoibhin in a preliminary game in the Junior D Plate and the winner will play Clare. Full details are available on www.tipperaryladiesfootball.ie.

In the Senior D Cup Quarter Final Rockwell College have progressed to the Semi Final which is due to be played by Friday December 6th.