O’Rourke hails “postgirls” Rockett and Carton
O’Reilly and Finnerty get Galway going
I tend not to spend a lot of time looking backwards… We were looking towards the All-Irelands of the past for way too long” – Wexford’s Chloe Foxe
Tuning in – From Wireless to WiFi exhibition opens at the GAA Museum
Gaule and Downey hail competition for places as Kilkenny gain League Final revenge on Galway
Dalton and Gaule fire as Cats turn around League Final reverse to Galway in heavyweight opener
“I think playing against Galway in the Championship is my favourite game of the year” – Kilkenny’s Grace Walsh
“You are playing for the love of it” – Kildare’s Emma Kielty
“I would rather be up getting to play all the top teams” – Meath’s Megan Thynne
LEINSTER POC FADA FINAL 2019
Leinster GAA & Leinster Camogie are pleased to announce the venue for 2019 Leinster Poc Fada Final: SugarLoaf Mountain, Co. Wicklow, on Saturday 13th July, 2019.
While this is the same venue as last year's event, the 2019 preparations are well under way meaning the organisational issues associated with 2018's last minute change of venue will not be re-encountered.
Leinster GAA & Leinster Camogie request all Leinster Counties to run their County Poc Fada Finals at Adult and Under 16 Level before Saturday 6th July and to provide their winners names (including Club names) and contact details (Parent/Guardian contact details in the case of U16 Winners) to me by email only by Saturday 6th July.
Entry to the Leinster Poc Fada Final is only via a player entering and winning a County Poc Fada.
The Leinster Poc Fada Final is the worlds largest Poc Fada with 48 players from all over Leinster taking part. On offer is a place in the All-Ireland Poc Fada Finals which will be held Saturday 3rd August on Annaverna Mountain in the Cooley Mountains of Co. Louth, just north of Dundalk.
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You will be aware that an tUachtarán, John Horan, recently confirmed that for the first time the GAA will be officially represented at this year’s Pride Parade on 29 June 2019 as part of the Dublin Pride Festival.
Kilkenny take Senior and Intermediate championship titles with emphatic wins while Wicklow come from behind to beat a gallant Louth side in the 2019 Senior, Intermediate and Junior finals in O'Moore Park, Portlaoise.
The match officials for the three Leinster finals on Sunday 2 June in O'Moore Park, Portlaoise have been named.
We are delighted to confirm over the coming months we will be working with Martin Fogarty and the GAA on the roll out and delivery of the National Hurling & Camogie Development Provincial Coaching Workshops 2019.
Many thanks to the counties who have nominated players for the Leinster Provincial team for this week.