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UMPIRE AND LINESPERSONS TRAINING THIS MONDAY

February 21, 2020
Umpire and line official training will be held in Kelly's Inn @ 7.30pm on Monday 24th February.Referee's remember you have to train up your umpires every two years. Lines officials new and old are required to also attend.Please send your acceptance to Paddy Donnelly, ULGFA fixtures secretary asap at  07725606653

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LIDL National Leagues 2020

January 21, 2020
This weekend see the opening rounds of the LIDL National Leagues with all 9 counties in action. The most interesting Division will be Division 2 which sees Cavan, Armagh, Monaghan and Tyrone compete. This weekend they all avoid each other but no doubt over the coming weeks there will be a lot of bragging rights up for grabs. The league kicks off on Saturday however all 9 Ulster sides are in action Sunday Lidl Ladies NFL - Division 1 - Round 1 Mayo v Donegal, 2.30pm, Swinford Amenity Pa..

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Michael Throws His Hat in the Ring

January 15, 2020
Former ULGFA President and Donegal senior manager Michael Naughton has threw his hat in the ring to be the next President of LGFA. The position will be filled at Congress in Loughrea in March. ULGFA is fully supportive of Michael's plan to lead the organisation for the next 3 years and wish him all the best going forward.

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Convention Update

January 15, 2020
ULGFA held their annual convention in Kellys Inn last Sunday.ULGFA President Eileen Jones delivered her first address as President. She pointed out several highlights including the U14 Festival of Football, Fermanagh reaching the All Ireland final and the brilliance of the Club Championship.Eileen also praised the excellent work of our Development team of Ciaran and Aidan.She thanked all the county secretaries and had special praise for Maggie Skelton and Jock Grogan who have taken a back seat w..

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Christmas Message from President Jones

December 18, 2019
Our President has been in touch with a lovely wee message for us all "I would like to wish all our members, supporters and their family and friends a very Happy Christmas and a Peaceful New Year. Thanks also to our Office Staff and the Executive who have ensured my first year has flown by and we have had lots of success and progress along the way. Looking forward to seeing many of you at our January AGM. Until then take care, enjoy the Christmas break and stay safe." Eileen

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Bredagh Retain Minor Club Title

December 03, 2019
Bredagh 5-6 Killygarry 1-9Congratulations to Bredagh who retained their Ulster minor club title with victory over Killygarry on Sunday last. The foundation for the win was a blistering start which seen the Down champions score 3-3 before Killygarry opened their account. In fairness to the Cavan champions who only loose one player next year they turned in a brilliant second half performance but the gap was just too big to claw back. Joanne Reilly was named player of the match.

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Congratulations Mary

December 03, 2019
The annual O’Neills Ulster GAA President’s Awards took place at the Canal Court Hotel Newry last Friday night and ULGFA are delighted that Tyrone's Mary Connolly received a Special Recognition Award for services to ladies football. Well done Mary from all your friends at Ulster Ladies Gaelic #weareulsterladies

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St. Paul's Bid for All Ireland Silverware

November 22, 2019
St. Paul's v Naomh CiaranIntermediate Club FinalBreffni Park - Saturday 2-30pmUlster Intermediate club champions St. Paul's will bid for All Ireland silverware tomorrow (Saturday) when they meet Offaly's Naomh Ciaran in Breffni Park. Both Finalists are gracing this stage for the first time, and it’s also the very first time that clubs from each county have reached this stage of the competition. Naomh Ciarán will hope to keep the cup in Leinster for the third year in a ro..

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AWARDS FOR EIMEAR AND SAOIRSE

November 19, 2019
ALL STAR AWARDS NIGHTThere was no joy for Ulster's 4 All Star nominations at the weekend however two players from the province did pick up important accolades. Saoirse Kiernan from Cavan was named Ulster young player of the year. This exciting player has a big career ahead of her and it won't be long before we see her in the Cavan senior squad.Fermanagh's Eimear Smyth was named Junior Player of the year. The prolific forward (pictured) is well deserving of this award which selec..

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REFEREE ACADEMY

October 11, 2019
Ladies Gaelic Football Association Grab Your Whistle Academy Don't miss this unique opportunity to develop _, your refereeing skills and umpire traini ng . Sessions to he provided provincially. Places are limited Open to males and females aged 18-35 years  m WHAT IT IS? The LGFA Grab Your Whistle Referee Academy has been devised to develop aspiring referees aged 18-35 years within Ladies Gaelic Football and will be delivered over 18 months by expe..

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