Four Roads Gaelic4Girls begins
Four Roads Ladies Gaelic Football Club are delighted to introduce Gaelic4Girls which starts on Thursday April 14th in the Community Sports Park. This is an 8 week programme aimed at increasing participation in Ladies Gaelic football among 8-12 year old girls in our Parish. The session will run from 6.45pm-7.45pm. The programme is focused on fun and participation, allowing girls to get an introduction to football in a non-competitive environment. On completion of the programme participants are presented with certificates and a T shirt. There will also be an opportunity to attend a mini blitz. This is a great way to make new friends and learn a new sport. The cost for the entire programme is €8. Following the 8 weeks the girls will be encouraged to register with our Ladies football Club and integrate into existing teams. For more information contact Valerie (087)7584353.
The girls played St Ciaran’s on Saturday evening and secured a victory over them. They are now throught to the Division 2A semi final where they will play Roscommon Gales at 4:00 in Roscommon on Sunday April 17th. Training continues on Wednesday at 8:00 in pitch.
Training continues on Friday at 8:00 in the pitch.
Registration is due at the moment please contact either the manager of the team or one of the committee to pay – you need to be registered to play and train.
Hard luck to Oonagh Kelly and Aoife Campbell and the rest of the county U14 Football team who lost to Mayo on Saturday last in Castlerea. The girls next game is against Galway on Friday evening in Ballyforan. Please support the girls.
Best of luck to Maria Lohan and the County U16 Football team who play Galway in the first round of the championship on Wednesday evening in Johnstown at 7:30. Please support.