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Tyrone AGM

November 16, 2017
The Tyrone ladies AGM went ahead this week with Donna McCrory returned unopposed as Chairperson for a second term. The well attended meeting heard the various reports covering all aspects of ladies football activity in the county. The success of the senior team retaining the Ulster intermediate title and progressing to the all Ireland final was recurring and was highlighted in the Chairs address where she congratulated manager Gerry Moane, his management team and players.The Chairperson also wel..

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Ulster Celebrate 25 Years

November 12, 2017
Over 200 Ulster gaels celebrated 25 years of ladies football at a gala ball in Kellys Inn last night. Jerome Quinn was MC and after a beautiful 5 course dinner and presentations dancing to ‘Infinity’ continued until the wee hours. Current Ulster President Michael Naughton welcomed everyone to what he described as “a special night and milestone for ULGFA”. In his short address he gave a brief history, reminded all present that 25 years years ago we had 4 counties and ..

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PPS Squad Named

November 10, 2017
Ulster PPS All Star Panel 2017-2018After a series of trials involving over 200 players Ulster have selected a squad of 30 to contest the All Ireland PPS Inter-provincials tournament in January. Players from 21 schools in all nine counties have made the cut. Ulster are the holders of the tournament and 14 of last years panel have made the squad who will attempt to retain the title in Kinnegad.  Between now and the tournament the management have organised a number of training sessions and cha..

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St. Macartan's Dethrone Champions

November 05, 2017
Ulster Senior Club Championship Final St Macartans (Tyrone) 3-4Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) 1-8 From Alan Gunn in Emyvale REIGNING All-Ireland ladies senior club football champions Donaghmoyne were stunned by Tyrone’s St Macartans in Sunday’s Ulster final.St Macartan’s landed their first-ever provincial title in a nail-biting encounter at St Oliver Plunkett Park, Emyvale.The Tyrone girls, who are celebrating their 25th anniversary, looked to be coasting at the break as..

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Ulster Senior Club Final

November 01, 2017
St. Macartan's v DonaghmoyneSunday - Emyvale 2pmThis Sunday's Ulster senior club final will be a repeat of last years decider which Donaghmoyne won before going on to claim the All Ireland title. The reigning champions will have a few changes to personnel from last years outing as Cathriona Mc Connell and Amanda Casey are unavailable. Despite this they cruised through Monaghan and then easily accounted for St. Paul's and Lurgan in their Ulster campaign. St. Macartan's w..

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Corduff Prevail After Extra Time

October 30, 2017
sULSTER JUNIOR CLUB FINALCorduff 2-16 Cornafaen 2-14 AETCorduff and Cornafaen left everything on the field in Augher but it was the Monaghan side who were victorious by the narrowest of margins. Just a point was the gap at the interval with Corduff leading 1-4 to 1-3. The first half goals were scored by Amy Wharton (penalty) and Barbara Ward. In the second half neither side would yield and frees were punished by the excellent Wharton (Cornafaen) and Eva Woods (Corduff). Kellie Johnston scor..

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Latton and Crosserlough Serve Up a Classic

October 29, 2017
ULSTER INTERMEDIATE CLUB FINALLatton 3-10 Crosserlough 2-11Latton and Crosserlough served up a thrilling game of football in this years Ulster intermediate club final with the Monaghan and 2016 junior champions Latton just edging the encounter by 2 points. Great credit is due to both teams for the manner in which they played and the quality of the football on offer.Things were tight in the first half with Latton leading 1-8 to 1-5 at the break. Latton's goal came from Joanne Culleton who was..

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Junior Club Final

October 25, 2017
Augher 3pm Sunday 29th OctoberThis years Ulster junior club decider will form the second half of a double header at Augher on Sunday when Corduff (Monaghan) and Cornafaen (Cavan) meet. Corduff driven on by County Star Laura Mc Eneaney and former county player Barbara Ward are flying at the moment. They need extra time to get over the challenge of Clonoe and then in their semi final they accounted for a tough Ballyhegan side. in their quarter final Cornafean just got out of Down with a narro..

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Intermediate Club Final

October 25, 2017
Augher 1pm Sunday 29th OctoberThe Ulster intermediate club final will see Latton (Monaghan) and Crosserlough (Cavan) meet on Sunday next in a very interesting decider. Latton are the reigning Ulster junior club champions and have enjoyed a debut season in the intermediate ranks. In their Ulster campaign they have accounted for Steelstown and St. Nauls. They have a strong spine back boned by County player Shauna Coyle and up front verteran Lavina Connolly is still a scoring threat. Crosserlo..

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Ulster Club Championship Launch

October 18, 2017
Ulster Ladies participated in the Ulster Club Championship Launch earlier this evening along side the Ulster GAA and Ulster Camogie. All 12 of our semi finalists were represented and gerry Doherty our secretary spoke on behalf of the Ulster LGFA. Our 6 semi finals take place this weekend.

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