Simonstown GFC Ladies GAA

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Adult Ladies GAA - Founded in 1994

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Founding Members - Brendan Egleston, Eric Brady and John Howard

Simonstown Ladies 2018

Chairperson: Jackie Sheridan 086 837 7990

Secretary: Karen Clynch 087 963 5064   simonstownladies@gmail.com

Team Management

Senior: Ronan Carley 086 350 3732

Junior:  Brian Hanrahan 087 133 7112

U16:  Declan Collins 086 377 2453

U14: Ellie Lane 087 784 8875 & Kelly Harris 085 119 7872

U12: Niall Guinan 087 750 8003

U10: Ian Curtis 086 416 4125 & Nichola Holland 087 764 9042

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Simonstown Ladies GAA Team
   

2014 –  Our Adult Team claimed the Intermediate Championship and Division 2 league titles. Our Minors, U-16, U-15, and U-14 secured Division 1 County Championship titles and our U-12 were Division 1 Shield runners up.

2013 - For the first time ever our Adult Team secured the treble - Division 3 League, Junior A Championship and Feis Shield honours.  We secured the Division 1 County Championship at U-15;   the Minors and U-16s were Division 1 Championship Runners-up and the U-14s and U-13s were Division 1 Shield winners.

2012 - This was the most successful year for the Ladies Club since its foundation.         Our U-14’s won the club’s first All Ireland accolade securing the Division 2 title in Feile Peil na nOg 2012.  We secured Division 1 County Championship titles in U-16, U-14 and U-12;    the U-13’s were Division 1 Cup Runners-up and the U-11s were Division 1 Shield winners. Our adult team secured their first title in many years winning the Feis Shield.

 2011 - We secured four Division 1 County Championship titles in U-11, U-12, U-13 and          U-15s, the U-11B’s were Division 4 Shield runners-up and the U-14’s Division 1 Shield Runners-up.

2010 - We secured four Division 1 County Championship titles in U-10, U-11, U-12 and U-14; the U-16’s were Division 2 Cup runners-up and the U13’s Shield Runners-up.    Our U-14’s were All Ireland semi finalists in Feile Peil na nOg in Derry and semi-finalists in the All-Ireland U-14 Seven’s Competition.

Currently we have teams in every underage group - U-10, U-11, U-12, U13, U14, U15, U16 & Minor and our adult team are now Senior.

Ladies GAA News

U13 Win For Simonstown

Autumn League U13 Division 6B Round 1 FT Drumbaragh B 1-03 Simonstown C 5-07 On a beautiful Thursday evening our U13 C girls team played their First Game of the Autumn League Division 6B away to Drumbaragh B. From the throw in it was obvious this very young team were...

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Ladies Underage GAA News

New Sponsor For Ladies

New Sponsor For Ladies

Michael Cassidy Financial Services, Navan, has agreed a three-year main sponsorship deal with Simonstown Ladies senior football team. As part of the sponsorship Michael presented the club with a set of jerseys for this year’s senior championship. Chairperson Jackie...

Simonstown Ladies vs Dads

Simonstown Ladies vs Dads

Our Féile Dads v Daughters game was a huge success. Having survived the warm-up the ‘Dads’ displayed skills that hadn’t been seen in many a year The rule book went out the window and “Referee” Evan Burlingham was flat out maintaining order…. it’s not often...

Simonstown Ladies 2 out of 2

Simonstown Ladies 2 out of 2

Seniors secure second championship win Simonstown vs Na Fianna Venue: Simonstown Weather watch: Ideal conditions Half time score: Simonstown 4.09 Na Fianna 1-4 Full time: Simonstown 6.14 Na Fianna 1-10 Date: 16th May 2018 Ref: John Kavanagh The Simonstown senior...

Simonstown Under 14s

Simonstown Under 14s

Our U14s had a fantastic win last night at home to Boardsmill in Round 6 of the championship. Final score Simonstown 9-15 to Boardmill 5-1. Every girl had an excellent game with 10 players getting on the score sheet. Roll on Féile!...

Simonstown’s Under 16 Lose

Simonstown’s Under 16 Lose

Simonstown U16’s had a tough League campaign this Spring. The girls lost their last match of the League to Royal Gaels on Monday evening but played some lovely football and their “never give up” attitude narrowed Royal Gaels winning margin. Well done...

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