18 April 2023

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LGFA: 60 Clubs from 28 Counties grace Croke Park at 2023 LGFA Activity Day 

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LGFA: 60 Clubs from 28 Counties grace Croke Park at 2023 LGFA Activity Day 

Galway clubs Micheal Breathnach and Kilconly were among 60 last week afforded the opportunity of playing at Croke Park last Thursday (April 13th).

They were selected after a county-organised under-10 GoGames programme and participants left Croke Park with memories to last a lifetime.


60 clubs, representing 28 counties, were afforded the opportunity of playing at Croke Park on Thursday, April 13.  

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association was delighted to once again welcome budding young stars from around the country to the famous venue and the LGFA Under 10 Go Games Activity Day certainly did not disappoint, with participants leaving with memories to last a lifetime. 

All counties were given the opportunity to select two clubs to be involved but they had to show evidence of a county-organised Under 10 Go Games programme in order for this to happen.  

The lucky clubs selected from local draws arrived in huge anticipation for an exciting day ahead and despite some outbreaks of rain and hail, the weather generally held up well.  

Players and spectators were treated to some fantastic football played in a terrific spirit.  

Go Games promotes full participation and fair play, while catering for the developmental needs of the participants.  

All clubs had a panel of 15 players, with everyone having the opportunity to play in four mini games throughout a morning or afternoon session. 

Go Games rules were employed at all times and all referees were representatives of the participating clubs, along with 10 representatives from Whitehall Colmcille in Dublin.  

To find out more about Go Games and how to organise, click on the following link: GO Games 

Check out the action at: https://ladiesgaelic.ie/galleries/lgfa-under-10-go-games-activity-day-2023/ 

 The full list of clubs who participated reads as follows:  

Antrim Tir na nÓg O Donovan Rossa 
Armagh EIRE OG Middletown Cullyhanna 
Cavan Lavey Templeport 
Carlow Bennekerry/Tinryland St Brigids 
Clare Eire Og Newmarket on Fergus 
Derry St Mary’s Slaughtmanus O’Donovan Rossa Magherafelt 
Donegal Clg Beart Aodh Ruadh BAS 
Down St. John Bosco Castlewellan 
Dublin Round Towers Lusk Wanderers Ballymun Kickhams 
Fermanagh Belcoo Aghdrumsee St. Macartains 
Galway Micheal Breathnach Kilconly 
Kildare Leixlip Kill 
Kilkenny Dunnamaggin KilKenny City 
Laois St Conleths Ballyfin 
Leitrim Leitrim Gaels Keeldra Gaels 
Longford Grattons Dromard 
Louth St Fechins St Patricks St Josephs 
Mayo Ballinrobe Louisburgh 
Monaghan Truagh Donaghmoyne 
Offaly St Broughans Tullamore 
Roscommon St Brigids St Ciarans 
Sligo St. Farnan’s Ballymote 
Tipperary Moyne / Templetuohy           Clonmel Og 
Tyrone Moy Killyman 
Waterford Old Parish / Sean Phobal Ardmore 
Westmeath Moate Loughnavalley Kilbeggan Shamrocks 
Wexford Shamrocks Bannow Ballymitty 
Wicklow Bray Emmets                          Clara 

For further information, please contact Lyn Savage, LGFA Development Manager: [email protected] 

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