Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Association

Waterford LGFA


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About Waterford LGFA

Although a tournament took place in Dungarvan in 1968 organised by Seamus Ahearne, all the indications are that the first serious attempt to organise ladies football came in the summer of 1970. A number of tournaments in the west Waterford South Tipperary area took place and the original focal point seems to be Clonmel Post Office and County Council. A number of employees of these establishments lived in the Ballymacarbry, Newcastle and Ardfinnan areas and the idea filtered back and soon games between these began to take place. As a result of a number of challenge games Ballymacarbry ladies Gaelic football was founded on Tuesday July 7th 1970 making it possibly the oldest club in the Country. Download History (.pdf)

County Contact Details

Role Name Phone Email
Chairperson Mark Power +353-87-8498981
: Lorraine Royle
Tel: +353-87-3269147
Lorraine Royle +353-87-3269147
Development Officer Larry Power +353-87-9280236
Children's Officer Liz Ryan +353-87-9368847

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