Peil Magazine is the official magazine of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, and can also boast as being Ireland’s only dedicated Ladies Gaelic Football Magazine.
The purpose of Peil Magazine is threefold:
- To act as a mode commnication between all levels of the LGFA - from head office to grassroots.
- To provide an overview of the wide range of activities and initatives that are happening throughout the LGFA.
- To provide entertaining and informative material that is helpful to, can be enjoyed by, all members of the LGFA.
The Magazine is published seasonally (4 times a year). It is available to buy in TESCO, can be bought through all County Boards, or can be subscribed to through Head Office.
Subscribe to Peil by downloading the Peil Subscription Form
The following areas are covered in every issue:
- Coverage of recent events in the LGFA
- Feature articles on topical issues in the LGFA
- Interviews with players, managers and officials from around the country.
- Gaelic4Mothers news
- Club Focus: An in depth look at one Ladies Gaelic Club.
- Games Development: Coverage of any recent Games Development events and topical articals.
- Physical Training and Nutrition: Training and Nutrition tips and suggestions from the National Athlete Development Academy (NADA).
- Coaching Corner: Coaching suggestions focused on specific problems that are encountered by LGF coaches.
- News from each province and overseas.
- Kids Section.
Peil aims to reflect the the entire Ladies Gaelic Football Association. We want the information contained in each publication to be as relevant and as helpful to our members as possible. Therefore, we welcome any thoughts, comments or suggestions on the magazine. If you have an idea for an article, if something interesting has happenend in you local LGF Club, if you have a coaching problem that you would like some advice on, or if you have any thoughts (positive or negative) on the Assocition at large please do not hesitate to contact us.
Any queries or suggestions in relation to Peil Magazine can be sent to the editor:
Ladies Gaelic Football Association