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Gaelic4Girls 2018

10 clubs from Leinster have been selected to take part in the 2018 Gaelic4Girls programme which will celebrate it's 10 year anniversary. 

Craobh Chiarain (Dublin)

Man O’War (Dublin)

Ballykelly (Kildare)

Monasterevin (Kildare)

Erins Own (Kilkenny)

Clonguish (Longford)

Wolfe Tones (Louth)

Stabannon Parnells (Louth)

Boardsmill (Meath)

Bannow/Ballinamitty (Wexford)

The selected clubs will attend a training evening before rolling out the programme. Gaelic4Girls 2018 will culminate with a Provincial Blitz later in the year.

What is Gaelic4Girls (G4G)?

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.

What are the aims of the Gaelic4Girls Programme?

  • To increase the numbers of girls playing Ladies Gaelic football in a club.
  • To provide a fun, 12 week programme of Ladies Gaelic Football activities to attract girls aged 8-12 to the club.
  • To support a club in increasing their number of players, and integrate those new players into existing teams.
  • To develop athletic and social skills for girls in a safe and nurturing environment.

What are the benefits of running Gaelic4Girls in your Club?

  • Participation levels will be increased.
  • Free training will be provided to the Coaches and Co-ordinator in your Club.
  • Resources will be provided to your Club to market and advertise the Programme.
  • There is the potential for your Club to become a more vibrant, active part of your local community through enhanced participation.