Suzuki Ladies National Football

Ladies National Football League

Tyrone keep up the good work

Tyrone 1-14
Waterford 2-7.
Following their exciting and surprising win over Dublin
last weekend, Tyrone proved it was no flash in the
pan when they defeated Waterford in a very entertaining
game at Fontenoy. Tyrone led at the short whistle
1-17 to 1-4 and they survived a strong Waterford revival
in the 2nd period. Waterford recovered well to lead
with 12 minutes to go, but Tyrone inspired by Ailish
Gormley, Lynettee Hughes and Michaela O’Neill, they
came back strongly to run out worthy winners by 4
points. It certainly was another great boost as well
for new manager Sean O’Kane. Not that long time Waterford
manager Michael Ryan was displeased, with his depleted
team, but he now faces the task of taking points from
Dublin or Meath if his team are to make the playoff
stages of the league. Tyrone Scorers Ailish Gormely
1-1. Michaela O’Neill 0-2. Selena Oguz, 0-3. Caroline
Kelly 0-2 Anette Hughes 0-2 Gemma Begley 0-1 Breige
daly o-1. waterford Mary O’Rourke, 1-3 Miriam Liston
1-1 Michelle McGrath 0-1, Michelle Ryan 0-1 Rebecca
Hallahan 0-1

Suzuki Ladies national Football league.
Div IA
Tyrone 1-14 Waterford 2-7.

Div 3A
Fermanagh 5-10 Antrim 1-5.
Monaghan B 3-9 Down 3-6

Div 3B
Kerry B 1-8 Waterford B 2-3
Limerick 3-15 Dublin B 0-6
Division 4
Carlow 2-6 Westmeath 0-5.
Offaly 1-6 Kilkenny 0-2

Successful Seminar, On Saturday the Seminar for Mangers,
referees and Officials attracted more than 70 participants
to the Tullamore Court Hotel. Organised by Pat Quill
of Wexford the day proved to be very worthwhile. Most
discussion centered on the physical side of the game
where many people believe, has almost gone out of
hand. Steps will be put in place to ensure that the
openness and attractiveness of ladies Football will
be brought back to the level it was in the not too
distant past.

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