Roscommon Ladies Gaa latest News
The Abbey hotel was the place to be last Sunday as our development academies were officially launched in conjunction with our new partners Pieta House and sponsors Roscommon County Council and Supermac’s of Roscommon. Special guests and speakers on the night included all Ireland winner and Sunday game analyst Joe Brolly recent all-Ireland winner,All Star and LGFA players player of the year Noelle Healy of Dublin and representatives Of Pieta House among several others in what amounted to a fantastic night showcasing all that is good in Roscommon ladies football and more importantly setting out a defined structure to grow and develop the ladies game going forward. A full and more detailed report on the evening appears elsewhere in this publication.
Roscommon LGFA would like to extend its congratulations to current minor county panellist and Clann na nGael player Kelley Colgan who received her Connacht LGFA young player of the year for 2017 at the recent TG4 All-stars banquet in the City west hotel in Dublin held last weekend.
Kelley was a star for the Roscommon team that reached the U16 A Connacht final this year against Galway and the all-Ireland semi-final against Kildare. Kelley’s displays at midfield and centre forward were exceptional and this award ensures due recognition of her efforts. Kelley who’s a huge fan of mayo’s Cora Staunton, attends our Lady’s Bower convent in Athlone with whom she won a Leinster schools title in 2015. She was also a member of the Roscommon U14 and U16 provincial winning teams of the past few years and she was a leading light on the all-conquering Clann na nGael U14 team that captured All-Ireland national Feile honours in 2015. At Club level Kelley has 13 county medals with Clann na nGael.
A massive thank you to all the clubs who increased their sales for our combined draw for the coming year 2018. This draw is a massive source of revenue for all our county teams and county board expenses, so again a sincere thank you to all who sold tickets this year.
At our recent AGM the first number of draw winners and clubs were announced, remember draw winner gets €350 and winning club gets €150.
First set of winners for 2018 are as follows:
Lucy Fleming Clonfad, Club: Michael Glavey’s
Sadhbh , Anna Jane, Paidi Hanly Strokestown, Club: Strokestown
St. Faithleachs Minor Ladies, Club: St. Faithleach’s
Amy Ward, Ballintubber Club: St. Croan’s
Boyle Ladies Club, Club; Boyle
Latest results and fixtures:
Division 2 Minor championship Final:
Boyle 2-15 Kilbride 2-04.
Division 1 U14 championship final;
St Brigids 4-09 Eire Og 3-03.
Division 1 U14 shield championship final;
Clann nan Gael 2-10 Elphin/Kilmore 3-05.
Division 3 U14 championship final:
Castlerea 1-03 St Croans 3-01
As agreed our Féile competition for 2018 is taking place now and the first set of results are as follows:
Roscommon Gaels beat St.Marys.
St.Brigids beat Shannon Gaels
Padraig Pearses beat St.Ciarans
Roscommon Gaels beat Michael Glaveys
St brigids beat Oran
Eire Og beat Padraig pearses
Clann na nGael 6-10 St.Barrys 0-02
The final set of fixtures for this year come up next Sunday (Time and venue TBC) when our Féile 2018 competition concludes with the semi-finals and final taking place as follows:
Clann na ngael v Eire Og (A),
St Brigids V Roscommon Gaels (B).
Final winers of A V B.
Don’t forget that our brand new website is live and up and running with all information about squads, committees, rules and so on. It also contains all the weekly correspondence from the clubs, course information, all fixtures and results and all the news from the county squads and lots more. More features and details will be uploaded as in the coming weeks. Check it out at www.roscommonlgfa.ie and spread the word.
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