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Issue No. 01 Jan / Feb / March

Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Association This the first Newsletter of what we hope will be many and while this edition deals with some events of the first three months of 2012 future editions will be dealing with previous month and will have all upcoming events and matches.We would also welcome all club PRO’s to send articles regarding events/happenings within their clubs so we can help promote Ladies Gaelic Football.Each Newsletter will be published the first week of every month so please send what you would like published/promoted by the 21st of previous month.

All items to be sent to Kieran Keane: pro@munsterladiesgaelic.ie

Forthcoming events: Gaelic4Mothers and Others blitz

When: June 16th Where: Clyde Rovers GAA Club, Mourneabbey, Mallow Time: Registration at 11.30, games 12-3pm. Cost per team: €10 Numbers per team: Panel of 12- games 9 a side Closing date for entries: Monday 11th June For more information contact: Mary Beades, 086 0471501, marydev@munsterladiesgaelic.ie All participants must be registered through the Gaelic4Mothers +Others registration system

Munster Ladies 7’s Tournament

In association with Scally’s Super Valu and the Quality Hotel, Clonakilty. It is that time of the year again when the attentions of many of the clubs in Munster Ladies Football turn to preparing for the Munster Club 7’s competition on June 23rd in association with Scally’s Super Valu and the Quality hotel in Clonakilty. This is the third year for the tournament but the second time for the event to be held in the fantastic setting of Clonakilty GAA club. Last year 37 teams in total participated in the event with separate competitions for Junior, Intermediate and Senior teams. The quality of the coordination on the day, facilities for playing and catering and support from the key sponsor Eugene Scally makes this event one of the highlights on the ladies football calendar. Clubs wishing to enter the 2012 event as asked to contact Maire Halvey, Munster Secretary/Administrator for an entry form. Email: secretary@munsterladiesgaelic.ie Entry forms can be had from Maire Halvey at secretary@munsterladiesgaelic.ie and also on Munster Ladies Website

Secretary: Maire Halvey Development Officer: Mary Beads

Presidents Welcome

On Behalf of Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Association I would like to welcome all our readers to our first newsletter of 2012 and hope you enjoy its content. This Newsletter is to keep you up to date with all matters concerning Ladies Football in Munster and also to give you the chance to promote Ladies Football within your County by sending in articles regarding events and matches.

I would like to take this oppurnity to thank Kieran Keane our Munster PRO for putting all this together and also those who have put in articles. As this is our first Monthly Newsletter we are hoping for feedback from you the reader on ways we can improve future editions. I hope you enjoy reading our Newsletter and keep enjoying your football. Yours in sport Brian Enright President MLGFA

Player Development forum Last week Munster Ladies football held its first Player Development Forum. Invited guests Porick Murray and Sean Kilgannon from Sligo Ladies delivered a fantastic presentation on the 2011 Sligo Ladies Development Squad Programme. Following an opportunity for questions and answers great debate and discussion took place in relation to best practice when planning, delivering player development programmes at under 13, 15 and 17. Player Development programmes (formally known as Development Squads) have been in place in Munster for a number of years and the sharing of ideas and expertise at the forum will ensure the continued improvement in areas of planning, communication with players and coaching for the coming year. If you are interested in finding out more about the Player Development Programme in your county please contact your development officer (details below).

In October we set up a Development Committee. This consisted of the Development Officer, assistant development officers for the five key areas and a development delegate representing each of our four divisions. This has proved to be a very successful part of Cork Ladies Football development as it provides a clear structure and divides out workloads and responsibilities. The biggest challenge we have met to date is trying to change the mindset of people regarding participation in the coach education programme. As an association we need to highlight the importance of quality coaching, this starts with coaches at club level. Due to the work of the Development Committee and our Divisional Boards, since January Cork have successfully rolled out 7 FUNdamentals Coaching Courses, 2 Grab your Whistle courses and the Club Officers Programme where we had 175 people in attendance.

Our key aims for 2012 :

Left to Right: Anthony O’Brien (Tipperary), Carmel Power (Limerick), Sean Curry (Waterford) and Mags Mc Evoy (Cork) work together on some of the tasks during the player development forum.

Update from development Officers:

Each edition one county development officer will give a brief outline of development activities in their county. First up it is the turn of Cork and Mags Mc Evoy: I took over the role of Development Officer in Sept 2011. I had previously been involved in player development and welcomed the idea of playing a larger part in the area of development within the county, however, I was surprised to discover just how broad the area of “Development” was within the game.

Email: seretary@munsterladiesgaelic.ie Email: mary.beades@gmail.com

Continue with our coach and referee education programme. Research the possibility of a fifth division within the county# U17 Development Squad participation in National Development Squad Programme

County Development Officers contacts:

Clare: Michael Edwards Murphy: michael.murphy1@esb.ie Limerick: Carmel Power: cppower@eircom.net Cork: Mags Mc Evoy: corkladiesdev@gmail.com Waterford: Johnny Landers: jannaknockboy7@yahoo.ie Kerry: Maurice Mc Namara: kerryladiesdev@gmail.com Tipperary: Siobhan Condon: tippdevsecretary@gmail.com

Tel: Tel:

087 252 0550 086 047 1501


All-Inclusive the name of the game in Munster!

Sean Kilgannon, Porick Murray, both Sligo, George Young, Munster Development Officer

Group work at the Munster Player Development Forum

Group Work at the Munster Player Development Forum

Last week Munster Ladies hosted their first ever Player Development Forum, aimed at addressing areas such as the key objectives of the programme and also the introduction of a planning phase for the programme. The Munster counties have been among the leaders in the area of Player Development (development Squads) in recent years and following the very successful forum this trend is likely to continue. The term Player Development has evolved from the emphasis for this programme being on the development of the player regardless of ability and not on an elite squad. Munster Ladies were honoured to welcome Sean Kilgannon and Porick Murray who were the 2011

Sligo Under 13 and Under 15 Development Squad coordinators. They delivered an inspirational case study on how Sligo Ladies implemented the Development Squad Programme in 2011. Their enthusiasm, professionalism and attention to detail certainly gave all in attendance some food for thought. The story of how Sligo achieved numbers in excess of 150 between their Under 13 and Under 15 programme and the subsequent benefits to the players and clubs in the county set a perfect platform for the remainder of the event last Thursday. Over the course of the evening all counties in attendance worked together to develop the mission statement or objectives of the Munster Player

Development Programme for the coming year. In addition a generic pre-programme planning document was agreed by all for use by the counties. The principle theme reverberating from the whole event was the notion that this programme has to be all-inclusive; parents, players, clubs, coaches, county board and facilities in order for it to be a success and this inclusiveness was very evident from the case study presented by the Sligo representatives. The Munster counties will now move forward with increased vigour to begin planning for under 13, under 15 and under 17 player development programmes in the later part of the year.

MLGFA PP Schools round up

Pat Quill President Ladies Gaelic Football Assoc presenting Megan O Connell with Inter Pro Trophy

The final curtain was closed on the MLGFA Post Primary season 2011 with the conclusion of the junior E plate blitz held on Tuesday March 27th at the sun drenched venue of Clonmel Commercials. Four schools participated at the blitz and all were winners with Patrician Presentation Fethard overall winners winning there 3 games and Comeragh College, St Pauls and St Fanahan’s winners of one each. Fethard took the overall trophy led by Captain Aoibhe O Shea and the trophy for the player of the blitz went to Ali O Toole St Pauls. Thanks to our two volunteer referees of the blitz Tony Fox and Derry Peters both giving selflessly of their valued time also thanks to Commercials for the use of their venue for the day. It has exceeded all expectations and credit goes to our schools that constantly are raising the bar with the promotion and dedication of the game. To all the teachers, volunteers and referees and not forgetting the many, many clubs of the province who make their venues available to guarantee all games are played. To each County board in the province who run schools competitions and again the volunteers for their invaluable time. Congratulations to our schools who represented the

province on the All-Ireland stage and to the victorious ones well done. With, in excess of 92 schools participating in the provincial competitions superbly led once again by Chairman Dan O Mahony and his committee it is fitting tribute to all concerned over a few short years the growth in numbers and this can only be accredited to the committee who are constantly ensuring inclusion for all abilities and grading accordingly. The committee provided 200 games for schools participating with 87 at senior grade and 100 at junior grade however there were 13 walkovers and this is something the committee will be looking at going forward Another success has been the participation of Rockwell College for the very first time a school more renowned for Rugby and hockey and what an introduction claiming the senior D cup final especially working from a limited number this was a major achievement again a win, win scenario. The committee are in the planning stages for the 2012 season with much enthusiasm and on my own behalf as coordinator of the schools a sincere thanks to one and all for your help and input throughout the season gone by it was tough at times however a most enjoyable season and looking forward to the future. A total of 14 finals were played with a list of the finalists including the player of the final in each respective competition as follows: Senior A Colaiste Ide agus Iosef 1-10 Loreto Fermoy 2-06 player of the final Eilis Dillon A Colaiste Ide agus Iosef Senior B St Flannan’s 7-15 Colaiste Choilm 4-09 player of the final Niamh Markham St Flannan’s Senior C St Augustine’s 3-09 Pres. Clonmel 1-07 player of the final Caoimhe McGrath St Augustine’s Senior D Rockwell College 4-06 Scoil Mhuire 2-11 player of the final Sinead Kennedy Rockwell Senior D plate Pres Thurles 5 10 Carrigaline 5 09 player of final was Sally Griffin Carrigaline

Aileen Wall player of the Inter Pro. series

Senior E plate Scoil Ruain 6-05 CTI Clonmel 5-07 player of the final Ciara Walsh Scoil Ruain Junior A Colaiste Dun Iascaigh 2-09 Loreto Fermoy 3-03 player of the final Kirsty Downey Colaiste Junior B St Augustine’s 4-09 St Flannan’s 2-09 player of the final Caoimhe McGrath St Augustine’s Junior C Loreto Clonmel 4-11 Kilrush 1-06 Player of the final Hazel shanahan Loreto Junior C plate final Pobalscoil Kenmare 3-11 Laurel Hill 2-08 player of the final Clodagh Quinlan Kenmare Junior D Scoil Mhuire Carrick 6-11 Our Lady’s Templemore 1-04 player of the final Emma Murray Scoil Mhuire Junior D plate St Joseph’s Doon 6-17 Meanscoil San Nicolas 0-06 player of the final Grainne Regan St Joseph’s Junior E Castletroy College 6-11 CTI Clonmel 2-04 player of the final Sarah Shortt Castletroy Junior E plate blitz Patrician Pres. Fethard winner of 3 games player of the blitz Ali O Toole St Pauls


Munster Banners

Jim Kennedy speaking at the Launch

JIm Kennedy Cup Final: Cork V University of Limerick 17pts 2gls 9pts The inaugural Jim Kennedy Cup Final played in University of Limerick was a game of epic quality by two teams who wanted to play football. The game had everything passing movements, scores and skill. The match started at an explosive pace with UL the running and in their first attack scored a goal through Aine Tighe, straight form the kick out Aine won the ball and kicked over a point. Cork settled into their game but UL backs were putting pressure on the Cork Forwards and they could not find a way through to score. Nollaig Cleary found some space and managed to kick over a point, again after some good work by Cork Midfielders Ciara O Sullivan scored another point this seemed to settle the team and they had UL under pressure and only for a great save by Edel Murphy in the UL goal from Nollaig Cleary this game could have been over as a contest as Cork were well on top all over the field however the forwards failed to convert the chances into scores. Breige Corkery showed the forwards the way by scoring a point after a great solo run, at this stage it seemed that Cork were having it all their own way as UL were finding it difficult to get the ball into the Cork half. UL however did not panic and worked their way back into the game and with Aine Tighe causing problems for the Cork defence began to get find their rhythm had point through Niamh Richardson and Niamh O Dea, the Cork backs began to come to grips with the forwards and with each of the backs covering for each other were able to close UL down and block their way to goal. Geraldine O Flynn scored a point for Cork quickly followed by a similar score from Ciara O Sullivan. The Cork forwards were now playing well and Rhona Buckley scored another point, Cork were well on top at this stage and AGAIN Edel Murphy came to the rescue of UL with a great save from Nollaig Cleary, Annie Walsh who was covering an amount of ground at midfield scored another point from Cork. Edel Murphy again came to the rescue of UL with another great save this time from Rhona Buckley

Grace Buckley picked up the clearance to point for Cork. This left the score at half time 11pts to 1g 4pts in favour of Cork UL came out of the blocks running at the start of the second of the second half and scored 2points through Aine Tighe and Niamh O Dea,Grace Kearney had a point for Cork scores were now hard to come by as both sets of backs were playing well and keeping the forwards in check Geraldine O Flynn came to Cork’s rescue with a great point, this score however had the effect of waking UL and with Gillian O Connor coming into her own with some great fielding and forcing the Cork backs to foul her however UL could not convert the chances, Niamh O Dea scored a great goal for UL the game was now in the melting pot Cork then shifted up a gear and with Juliet Murphy making an outlet for the Cork backs and feeding the forwards Cork were denied a goal by the upright and with Aisling Hutchings playing well for UL in defence with her attacking runs set UL up for another point by Eimear Considine. The Cork goal was now under pressure and only for a great block by Norita Kelly UL would have had a goal Eimear Considine scored another point for UL. UL were then delivered a blow when they had a player yellow carded and this gave the momentum back

Jim Kennedy Lily Kennedy Brian Enright President Liam Shinnick Vice President back row Andrew Meaney Treasurer Mary Shinnick Asst.Sec Kieran Keane PRO Tommie Campbell Tipperary Ladies County Board Chairman

to Cork and with Geraldine O Flynn scoring 2pts for Cork however UL refused to give up and again the Cork goal came under pressure and only for Breige Corkery making a great block from Niamh O Dea denied UL the goal they required Breige Corkery then made her way up the field and scored a great point. Cork now forced UL to shoot from out the field with the balls dropping into Elaine Harte in the Cork goal. Niamh O Dean then had a point for UL to leave only 2 points between the sides in the final minutes left us with an exciting couple of minutes. The Cork defence refused to yield and Cork held out to win by 2pts. Geraldine O Flynn with her 6 points and her work ethic around the field was player of the match. Cork Elaine Harte; Anne Marie Walsh;Deidre O Reilly Rena Buckley; Breige Corkery;Brid Stack;Aine Sheehan; Norita Kelly;Annie Walsh; Juliet Murphy;Ciar O Sullivan;Geraldine O Flynn; Nollaig Cleary;Rhona Buckley;Grace Kearney UL Edel Murphy; Aisling Hutchings;Sarah TierneyFabienne Cooney; Beulah McManus; Aislng Leonard;Orlagh Heavy; Lorraine Scanlon; Laura O Sullivan; Edith Carroll; Eimear Considine; Claire Keohane Aine Tighe; Gillian O Connor; Niamh O Dea;

Victorious Cork team with Jim Kennedy and Dolores Kennedy Costigan

3rd level Colleges round up 2012 Congratulation to our Munster Colleges who qualified and competed recently in the 3rd level competitions at the superb sun drenched settings of Queen’s University Belfast and well done to the winners of University College Cork 2-14 to 1-13 over University of Ulster, Jordanstown last March after a lapse of 22 years the Munster College were deserving champions of the O Connor Cup. Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, won the Giles Cup for the very first time after a thrilling extra-time victory, 3-11 to 2-13, against NUI Maynooth, the Limerick college like winning competitions the hard way as they also required extra time in the semi-final over Tralee Institute of Technology.

Credit to the 3rd level colleges committee who do tremendous work promoting competitions for all. The following Munster girls were rewarded with Colleges All Stars 2012 and included are clubs and Counties Goalkeeper no 1 Brid Madigan; Mary I, St Ailbes Limerick Left Corner Back No 4 Aine Hayes; Rosscarbery Cork UCC Centre half back no 6 Naoimh Ni Caoimh; Mary I, Erin’s Own Cork Right wing forward no 10 Ciara O’Sullivan; UCC, Mourneabbey Cork

Left wing forward no 12 Orla Farmer; UCC, Midleton Cork Right corner forward no 13 Louise Ni Mhuircheartaigh UCC, Chorca Dhuibhne Kerry


Post Primary Interprovincial Tournament 2012 Dan Cannon, Dave Daly and Derry Peters along with team physio Brendan Kirrane were justifiably proud of this excellent group of players. The contribution of Dan O Mahony also deserves to be recorded, Dan was actively involved in the trials and the challenge game and all though out of the Country for the competition he kept in constant touch with proceedings. This was the first staging of the event and it clearly showed that this competition has a bright future. Munster scored 15-19 and conceded 3-11 in four games with the Munster scorers as follows: Doireann O Sullivan 1-11(6f), Aileen Wall 3-04, Leanne Mangan 4-00, Fiona Morrissey 3-00, Jennifer Barry 2-01, Hannah Landers 1-01, Clodagh Walsh 1-01, Anna Galvin 0-01 Panel: Jean O Sullivan St Mary’s Macroom, Katie O Sullivan Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, Ciara Murphy Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne , Eilis Dillon Colaiste Ide agus Iosef, Karen McGrath Presentation Clonmel, Treasa McGrath Loreto Clonmel, Maire O Callaghan St Mary’s Mallow, Megan O Connell Colaiste Na Sceilge Captain, Fiona Morrissey St Augustine’s, Aileen Wall Presentation Clonmel , Jennifer Barry Loreto Fermoy, Anna Galvin Colaiste Na Sceilge , Hannah Landers Blackwater CS, Doireann O Sullivan St Mary’s Mallow , Roisin Howley Scoil Mhuire Ennistymon, Sinead Grant Loreto Clonmel, Maeve Flynn Colaiste Choilm, Roisin Rouine Scoil Mhuire Ennistymon , Shauna Harvey Kilkee CC, Emma Coakley St Mary’s Mallow, Clodagh Walsh Blackwater CS , Katie O Dea Pobalscoil Sliabh Luachra Rathmore, Laura Sheeran Colaiste Ide agus Iosef, Leanne Mangan Colaiste Ide agus Iosef Management: Dan O Mahony, Maire Halvey, Dan Cannon, Dave Daly, Derry Peters & Brendan Kirrane

Victorious Munster team and Management

Kinnegad Gaelic grounds saw the latest chapter of ladies Gaelic football unfold on Saturday January 21st with the staging of the inaugural Post Primary Interprovincial schools competition. All four provinces participated in a blitz type format with Munster and Connacht qualifying for the Cup final. Once again the Southern province showed the way defeating Connacht, Ulster, Leinster and Connacht again in the final and along the way played some tremendous football making them worthy and deserving winners. The team looked resplendent in a playing strip sponsored by Azzurri Sport and they left no stone unturned with their preparation. A panel of players was first assembled after a number of trial games followed by a challenge game over the Christmas holidays with UCC. They travelled up to Westmeath on the Friday evening courtesy of generous sponsorship provided by Philip & Kris Lam proprietors of “Café De Four Seas” and reaped the benefits of really good preparation the following day as right from the throw in, in the opening game against Connacht they produced a brilliant brand of football which they maintained to the very end of the tournament. The first game kicked off on pitch 1 at 11am opponents Connacht and Munster playing against a strong wind won the throw in setting up an early attack and went on to win 5-05 to 1-04 with the scores coming from Aileen Wall 2-01, Jennifer Barry 1-00, Hannah Landers 1-00, Doireann O Sullivan 0-04, Leanne Mangan 1-00. Game 2 again on pitch 1 at 12 noon opponents Ulster and Munster with the strong wind, again winning the throw in ran out winners 3-04 to 1-02 and the scorers Fiona Morrissey 1-00, Doireann O Sullivan 1-01, Leanne Mangan 1-00, Jennifer Barry,

Anna Galvin, Hannah Landers 0-01 each Game 3 on pitch 1 at 1pm against the home province of Leinster, throw in winners, again supplying the attack with the necessary ammunition to win the final game of the group 2-05 to 0-04 and set up a cup final with Connacht. Scorers Clodagh Walsh 1-01, Fiona Morrissey 1-00, Doireann O Sullivan 0-03, Aileen Wall 0-01 Cup final moved to pitch 2 and Munster played with the slight wind advantage against Connacht and the midfield pairing won the throw in as they did all through the tournament. A hard fought first half had Munster 1-03 to 1-00 ahead with Aileen Wall the goal scorer. The second half saw a much improved performance from the Southern province and goals from Leanne Mangan x 2, Fiona Morrissey and Jennifer Barry along with 3 points from Doireann O Sullivan and at the final whistle winners 5-05 to 1-01. Scorers Aileen Wall 1-02, Leanne Mangan 2-00, Fiona Morrissey & Jennifer Barry 1-00 each, Doireann O Sullivan 0-03. A proud Munster Captain Megan O Connell who was MLGFA  Inter   County  results   majestic throughout the tournament accepted the2012  &  final  dates   Cup from President Pat QuillROUND   to scenesGRADE   of joy DATE   and VENUE   TEAMS  &  RESULTS   REFEREE     1   U14A   Glenbeigh   Kerry  4-­‐11  Cork  2-­‐05   Tony  Fox   jubilation and the Munster presentations were 24/03/12   not S/F     U14A   20/04/12   Stradbally   Cork  4-­‐14  Waterford  2-­‐11   Derry  Peters     yet finished as Aileen Wall was the S/F     presented U14A  with14/04/12   Lattin   Kerry  3-­‐08  Tipperary  1-­‐09   Ian  O  Brien     MLGFA  Fa inal   U14A  Munster 05/05/12   Rathmore   Kerry  v  Cork   Mike  Meade   player of the tournament to crown superb   performance. 1   B   03/03/12   Lattin   Tipperary  3-­‐07  Limerick  2-­‐01   Gavin  O  Brien   Throughout all 4 games Munster playedU14   outstand1   U14   B   07/04/12   Coolmeen   Clare  2-­‐06  Waterford  4-­‐13   Daniel  Moloney     2   U14   B   10/03/12   Lattin   Tipperary   2 -­‐11   C lare   2 -­‐06   Gene  Buckley   ing football with a tremendous work ethos and the 2   U14  B   11/03/12   Bruff   Limerick  2-­‐08  Waterford  6-­‐06   Paddy  Russell   strength of the panel was reflected as substitutes 3   U14  B   25/03/12   Stradbally     Waterford  3-­‐10  Tipperary  1-­‐07   Peter  O  Leary   were made and the level of performance was 3   U14   B   main24/03/12   Quilty     Clare  2-­‐14  Limerick  3-­‐03   Gene  Buckley   MLGFA  Final   U14  B   05/05/12   Fraher  Field   Waterford  v  Tipperary   Gene  Buckley     tained. All 24 players contributed   handsomely to this victory and displayed tremendous team work along Philip and Kris Lam of Cafe De Four Seas Sponsors of Munster MLGFA  Final     U14  C   05/05/12   Post Feenagh   v  Clare   Ian  O  Brien     Primary Inter Limerick   Provincial Team the way. The team management of Maire Halvey,  

MLGFA  Inter  County  results  2012  &  final  dates  

1   S/F  1   S/F  2   MLGFA  Final    

U16  A   U16  A   U16  A   U16  A  

11/04/12   27/06/12   27/06/12   07/07/12  

K  O  Rahilly’s        

Kerry  2-­‐09  Cork  2-­‐14   Waterford  v  Kerry   Tipperary  v  Cork    

Mike  Meade        

1   1   2   MLGFA  Final   2     MLGFA   Final   3     Final   MLGFA   3   MLGFA   Final       Final   MLGFA     Final   MLGFA   1     2   MLGFA  Final   1   3   2   1     MLGFA   Final   3   2   1     Final   MLGFA   3   2     MLGFA  Final   1   3     2   MLGFA  Final   1   3   2   1     MLGFA   Final   3   2   1     Final   MLGFA   3   2     MLGFA   Final   3       MLGFA     Final                      

U16  B   U16  B   U16  B U16   B       U16  B   U16  B     U16  B   U16  B B           U16   C

04/04/12   03/03/12   11/04/12   07/07/12   11/04/12   07/07/12   20/04/12   07/07/12   28/04/12   07/07/12  

Doonbeg   Fraher  Field   Coolmeen     Bruff     Fraher  Field   Wolfe   Tones      

Clare  0-­‐05  Tipperary  5-­‐12   Waterford  1-­‐11  Limerick  3-­‐05     Clare   1-­‐06    Waterford  2-­‐10     Limerick  2-­‐03  Tipperary  6-­‐13     Waterford  4-­‐08  Tipperary  2-­‐10    Clare     5-­‐20    Limerick  2-­‐05  

Eamon  Phelan   Ted  Hayes   Eamon   Phelan     Seamus  Mulvihill     Mike  Meade     Jimmy   Butler      

B     U16  C

07/07/12  

 

   

 

U16  A C       U18   U18   U16  A C     U18   A U18   A     U18   U18  A A   U18   A U18  A A       U18   U18  A A   U18   U18  A     U18  A   U18  A   U18  B A   U18   A     U18  B B U18   B     U18   U18  B B   U18   B U18  B B       U18   U18   U18  B B       U18   B U18  B   U18  B   U18  B   U18  B  

07/07/12   07/04/12   14/04/12   07/07/12   07/04/12   21/04/12   14/04/12   07/04/12   05/05/12   21/04/12   14/04/12   07/04/12   05/05/12   21/04/12   14/04/12   05/05/12   07/04/12   21/04/12   14/04/12   05/05/12   07/04/12   21/04/12   14/04/12   07/04/12   02/05/12   21/04/12   14/04/12   07/04/12   02/05/12   21/04/12   14/04/12   02/05/12   21/04/12   02/05/12  

 Ardfinnan   Templenoe       Ardfinnan   Ballymaceligot   Templenoe   Ardfinnan     Rathmore   Ballymaceligot   Templenoe     Ardfinnan   Rathmore   Ballymaceligot   Templenoe     Rathmore   Bruff   Ballymaceligot   Fraher   Field   Rathmore   Bruff   Sean   Treacy  Pk.   Fraher   Bruff   Field   Cooraclare   Sean  Treacy   Fraher   Field   Pk.   Bruff   Cooraclare   Sean  Treacy  Pk.   Fraher  Field   Cooraclare   Sean  Treacy  Pk.   Cooraclare  

MLGFA Inter County results 2012 & final dates

MLGFA  Inter  County  results  2012  &  final  dates   ROUND   GRADE   DATE   VENUE   1   MLGFA  Inter  U14A   24/03/12   Glenbeigh   County  results   dates   ROUND   GRADE   DATE  2012  &  final   VENUE   S/F     U14A   20/04/12   Stradbally   1   MLGFA  Inter  U14A   24/03/12   Glenbeigh   County  results   2012  &  final   dates   ROUND   GRADE   14/04/12   DATE   VENUE   S/F     U14A   Lattin   S/F     U14A   20/04/12   Stradbally   1   24/03/12   Glenbeigh   MLGFA   Final   U14A   05/05/12   Rathmore   ROUND   GRADE   DATE   VENUE   S/F     U14A   14/04/12   Lattin   S/F       U14A   20/04/12   Stradbally   1   24/03/12   Glenbeigh   MLGFA   Final   U14A   05/05/12   Rathmore   S/F     U14A   14/04/12   Lattin   S/F       U14A   20/04/12   Stradbally   1   U14   B   03/03/12   Lattin   MLGFA  Final   U14A   05/05/12   Rathmore   S/F     U14A   14/04/12   Lattin   1     U14  B   07/04/12   Coolmeen   MLGFA   Final   U14A   05/05/12   Rathmore   1   U14   B   03/03/12   Lattin   2   U14  B   10/03/12   Lattin   1     U14  B   07/04/12   Coolmeen   1   03/03/12   Lattin   2   U14  B   11/03/12   Bruff   2   U14  B   10/03/12   Lattin   1   07/04/12   Coolmeen   3   U14  B   25/03/12   Stradbally     1   03/03/12   Lattin   2   U14  B   11/03/12   Bruff   2   10/03/12   Lattin   3   U14   B   24/03/12   Quilty     1   07/04/12   Coolmeen   3   U14  B   25/03/12   Stradbally     2   11/03/12   Bruff   MLGFA   F inal   U14   B   05/05/12   Fraher   2   U14  B B     10/03/12   Lattin    Field   3   U14   24/03/12   Quilty   3     U14  B   25/03/12   Stradbally     2   U14   B   11/03/12   Bruff   MLGFA  Final   U14  B   05/05/12   Fraher  Field   3   U14   24/03/12   Quilty       3     U14  B B     25/03/12   Stradbally   MLGFA  Final     U14  C Feenagh   B   05/05/12   Fraher   Field   3   U14  B   24/03/12   Quilty       B   Fraher  Field   MLGFA  Final     U14  C 05/05/12   Feenagh     1   A   11/04/12   K   O  Rahilly’s   MLGFA  Final     U16   U14  C 05/05/12   Feenagh   S/F  1   U16  A   27/06/12     MLGFA  Final     U16   U14  C 05/05/12   Feenagh   1   A   11/04/12   K   O  Rahilly’s   S/F  2   U16  A   27/06/12     S/F  1   U16  A   27/06/12     1   11/04/12   MLGFA   Final   U16  A   07/07/12    K  O  Rahilly’s   S/F  2   U16  A   27/06/12     S/F  1   U16  A   27/06/12     1   11/04/12   MLGFA   Final   U16  A     07/07/12    K  O  Rahilly’s   S/F  2   U16  A   27/06/12     S/F  1     U16  A   27/06/12     1   U16  B 04/04/12   Doonbeg   MLGFA  Final   A   07/07/12     S/F  2   U16  A   27/06/12     1     U16  B   03/03/12   Fraher  Field   MLGFA  Final   A   07/07/12     1   U16  B 04/04/12   Doonbeg   2   U16  B   11/04/12   Coolmeen   1     U16  B   03/03/12   Fraher  Field   1   04/04/12   Doonbeg   2   U16  B   11/04/12   Bruff   2   U16  B   11/04/12   Coolmeen   1   03/03/12   3   U16   B   20/04/12   Fraher   Field   1   04/04/12   Doonbeg   2   U16  B     11/04/12   Bruff   2   11/04/12   Coolmeen   3   U16  B B     28/04/12   Wolfe   TFones   1   U16   03/03/12   Fraher   ield   3   20/04/12   2   U16  B   11/04/12   Bruff   2   11/04/12   Coolmeen   3   U16  B   28/04/12   Wolfe   Tones  

TEAMS  &  RESULTS   Kerry  4-­‐11  Cork  2-­‐05   TEAMS  &  RESULTS   Cork  4-­‐14  Waterford  2-­‐11   Kerry  4-­‐11  Cork  2-­‐05   TEAMS   &  RTESULTS   Kerry   3-­‐08   ipperary  1-­‐09   Cork  4-­‐14  Waterford  2-­‐11   Cork  2-­‐05   Kerry   v4  -­‐11   C&ork   TEAMS    RTESULTS   Kerry   3-­‐08   ipperary  1-­‐09   Cork  4-­‐14  Waterford  2-­‐11   Kerry  4 Cork  2-­‐05   v  -­‐11   Cork   Kerry  3-­‐08  Tipperary  1-­‐09   Cork  4-­‐14  Waterford  2-­‐11   Tipperary   3-­‐07  Limerick  2-­‐01   Kerry  v  Cork   Kerry  3-­‐08  Tipperary  1-­‐09   Clare  2-­‐06  Waterford  4-­‐13   Kerry   v  Cork   Tipperary   3-­‐07  Limerick  2-­‐01   Tipperary  2-­‐11  Clare  2-­‐06   Clare  2-­‐06  Waterford  4-­‐13   Tipperary   -­‐07  WLaterford   imerick  26-­‐01   Limerick  23-­‐08   -­‐06   Tipperary  2-­‐11  Clare  2-­‐06   Clare   2-­‐06  W aterford   4-­‐13  1-­‐07   Waterford   3-­‐07   -­‐10   Timerick   ipperary   Tipperary   26-­‐01   Limerick   23-­‐08   WLaterford   -­‐06   Tipperary   2L-­‐11   Clare  32-­‐03   -­‐06   Clare   2 -­‐14   imerick   Clare  2-­‐06  W aterford   4-­‐13  1-­‐07   Waterford   3-­‐10   Tipperary   Limerick   2-­‐08   Waterford  6-­‐06   Waterford   v   T ipperary   Tipperary   Clare   -­‐06   Clare   2-­‐14  2L-­‐11   imerick   32-­‐03   Waterford  3-­‐10  Tipperary  1-­‐07   Limerick   2-­‐08   Waterford  6-­‐06   Waterford   v  Tipperary   Clare   2-­‐14  L3imerick   3-­‐03   1-­‐07   Waterford   -­‐10  Tipperary   Limerick  v  Cvlare   Waterford    Tipperary   Clare  2-­‐14  Limerick  3-­‐03   Waterford    Tipperary   Limerick   v  Cvlare  

REFEREE     Tony  Fox   REFEREE     Derry  Peters     Tony  Fox   REFEREE   Ian   O  Brien       Derry  Peters     Tony  FMox   Mike   eade   REFEREE   Ian  O  Brien       Derry  Peters     Tony   Mike  FMox   eade   Ian  O  Brien     Derry  Peters     Gavin   Oeade    Brien   Mike  M Ian  O  Brien     Daniel  Moloney     Mike   Gavin  M Oeade    Brien   Gene  Buckley   Daniel  Moloney     Gavin   Brien   Paddy  OR  ussell   Gene  Buckley   Daniel   MLoloney     Peter  O Gavin   OR    ussell   Beary   rien   Paddy   Gene   B uckley   Daniel  OM Peter    Loloney   eary     Paddy   Ruckley   ussell     Gene   B Gene  B Buckley   uckley   Gene   Peter  O  Leary   Paddy   ussell     Gene  BRuckley   Gene   Peter  BOuckley    Leary   Ian  O  Buckley   rien       Gene   Gene  Buckley   Gene   uckley   Ian   O  Brien      

Kerry   2-­‐09   ork  2-­‐14   Limerick   v  CClare   Waterford  v  Kerry   Limerick   v  CClare   Kerry   2-­‐09   ork  2-­‐14   Tipperary  v  Cork   Waterford  v  Kerry    Kerry  2-­‐09  Cork  2-­‐14   Tipperary  v  Cork   Waterford  v  Kerry    Kerry  2-­‐09  Cork  2-­‐14   Tipperary  v  Cork   Waterford  v  Kerry   Clare   0-­‐05  Tipperary  5-­‐12     Tipperary  v  Cork   Waterford  1-­‐11  Limerick  3-­‐05       Clare   0-­‐05  Tipperary  5-­‐12   Clare  1-­‐06    Waterford  2-­‐10   Waterford  1-­‐11  Limerick  3-­‐05     Clare  0-­‐05   Tipperary   5-­‐12   Limerick   2-­‐03   Tipperary   6-­‐13   Clare  1-­‐06    Waterford  2-­‐10   1-­‐08   -­‐11  TLimerick   32-­‐05   Waterford   ipperary   -­‐10     Clare  0-­‐05   T4ipperary   5-­‐12   Limerick   2-­‐03   Tipperary   6-­‐13   1-­‐20   -­‐06    LWimerick   aterford   2-­‐10   Clare  5 2-­‐05   Waterford   1 4-­‐11   -­‐08  LTimerick   ipperary  32-­‐05   -­‐10     Limerick  2-­‐03  Tipperary  6-­‐13   1-­‐20   -­‐06    LWimerick   aterford   2-­‐10   Clare  5 2-­‐05  

Mike   eade   Ian  O  M Brien       Ian  O  M Brien     Mike   eade        Mike  Meade        Mike  Meade       Eamon   Phelan       Ted  Hayes     Eamon   Phelan   Eamon  Phelan   Ted  Hayes   Eamon  PM helan   Seamus   ulvihill   Eamon  Phelan   Ted  HM ayes     Mike   Eamon  Peade   helan   Seamus   M ulvihill   Eamon  BPutler   helan   Jimmy   Ted   HM ayes   Mike   eade     Seamus  Mulvihill   Eamon  BPutler   helan   Jimmy  

 Tipperary  0-­‐01Cork  9-­‐36   Kerry   5-­‐12  0C-­‐01Cork   ork  0-­‐03     Tipperary   9-­‐36   Kerry  5 4-­‐12   -­‐21  C Tipperary   1-­‐02   Kerry   ork  0-­‐03   Tipperary   0-­‐01Cork   9-­‐36   Kerry   v   C ork   Kerry   Kerry  4 5-­‐21   -­‐12  TCipperary   ork  0-­‐03  1-­‐02   Tipperary   0-­‐01Cork  9-­‐36   Kerry   v   C ork   Kerry  4-­‐21  Tipperary  1-­‐02   Kerry  5-­‐12  Cork  0-­‐03   Kerry  v  Cork   Limerick   0-­‐10   Clare  2-­‐12   Kerry  4-­‐21   Tipperary   1-­‐02   Waterford   2-­‐10   Limerick   Kerry  v  Cork   Limerick   0-­‐10   Clare   2-­‐12   6-­‐05   Waterford   5 -­‐05   C lare  5-­‐06   Waterford   2 -­‐10   L imerick   Limerick  0-­‐10  Clare  2-­‐12   6-­‐05   Limerick   v  C5lare   Waterford   lare  5-­‐06   Waterford   2-­‐05   -­‐10  LCimerick   6-­‐05   Limerick   Clare  2-­‐12   Limerick  0 v  -­‐10   C5lare   Waterford   -­‐05  Clare  5-­‐06   Waterford  2-­‐10  Limerick  6-­‐05   Limerick  v  Clare   Waterford  5-­‐05  Clare  5-­‐06   Limerick  v  Clare  

 Jason  Mullins   Kevin   M   Jason   Martin   ullins   Shane  M Florish   Kevin   Jason  Martin   ullins   Mike   D uffy     Shane   Florish   Kevin  M artin   Jason  DMuffy   ullins   Mike     Shane  Florish   Kevin  Martin   Mike  Duffy     Mike   Shane  DFuffy   lorish   Keith   Duffy   elahunty     Mike  D Richie   Oelahunty    Connor   Keith   D Mike  Duffy   Paddy   Russell     Richie  DO  Connor   Keith   elahunty   Mike   Paddy  DO Ruffy   ussell     Richie    Connor   Keith  Delahunty   Paddy  Russell     Richie  O  Connor   Paddy  Russell    


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