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  • Registered Users Posts: 194 ✭✭Anonymou


    Yes new club is outside home county, in the online transfer form there is no option to put minor in the information on "last championship game played". Only Senior/Intermediate/Junior, never played any adult grade with previous club.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,325 ✭✭✭Gael85


    Anonymou wrote: »
    Yes new club is outside home county, in the online transfer form there is no option to put minor in the information on "last championship game played". Only Senior/Intermediate/Junior, never played any adult grade with previous club.


    Can leave that blank. Once have address and name of clubs transferring to and from will be ok.


  • Registered Users Posts: 194 ✭✭Anonymou


    Gael85 wrote: »
    Can leave that blank. Once have address and name of clubs transferring to and from will be ok.

    Thanks a mill


  • Registered Users Posts: 139 ✭✭cw girl


    Is there a club near to Rathgar that runs a ladies football team for mothers & others? I’ve contacted St Jude’s & Ballybioden through Twitter but no response. Portobello don’t have a team. Also have I missed cutoff time for a transfer?


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,325 ✭✭✭Gael85


    cw girl wrote: »
    Is there a club near to Rathgar that runs a ladies football team for mothers & others? I’ve contacted St Jude’s & Ballybioden through Twitter but no response. Portobello don’t have a team. Also have I missed cutoff time for a transfer?

    Portobello have a ladies team but not team for mothers. Round Towers Clondalkin have a ladies team for mothers.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 139 ✭✭cw girl


    Gael85 wrote: »
    Portobello have a ladies team but not team for mothers. Round Towers Clondalkin have a ladies team for mothers.

    Thanks a million, was hoping for something a bit closer but I’ll give them a shout!


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,463 ✭✭✭Ronan Raver77


    cw girl wrote: »
    Is there a club near to Rathgar that runs a ladies football team for mothers & others? I’ve contacted St Jude’s & Ballybioden through Twitter but no response. Portobello don’t have a team. Also have I missed cutoff time for a transfer?

    Templeogue Synge Street have a team and play in Bushy Park. Any further details PM me or send a tweet/ fb mail to our social media pages.


  • Registered Users Posts: 139 ✭✭cw girl


    Templeogue Synge Street have a team and play in Bushy Park. Any further details PM me or send a tweet/ fb mail to our social media pages.


    That’s great, I’ll send a PM - thanks


  • Registered Users Posts: 41 RiCriostoir


    For people in Wexford looking to join a hurling team,

    There is "Na Fianna (Clonard) previously known as Clonard GAA.

    They have a junior B team and train twice a week.


  • Registered Users Posts: 5 Paulyobrien


    Anyone interested in trying there hand at coaching/management BALLYFERMOT DLS are trying to recruit coaches for the adult 1st and 2nd team. Anybody interested can call me on 0862189173


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  • Registered Users Posts: 2 Chinesegrass


    Hi I am looking for a hurling team to join, work in Charleville so a team anywhere within 20 minutes drive of here would suit me. Living near Limerick city so also willing to look into teams there. From South Tipp originally and would of played at a high standard in my teenage years but have not trained or played since minor (I am now 23, turning 24 in september) and am very out of shape due to several years of no exercise and a bad lifestyle. Looking to play a bit of ball and get fit whilst enjoying myself in the process!


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,463 ✭✭✭Ronan Raver77


    Hi I am looking for a hurling team to join, work in Charleville so a team anywhere within 20 minutes drive of here would suit me. Living near Limerick city so also willing to look into teams there. From South Tipp originally and would of played at a high standard in my teenage years but have not trained or played since minor (I am now 23, turning 24 in september) and am very out of shape due to several years of no exercise and a bad lifestyle. Looking to play a bit of ball and get fit whilst enjoying myself in the process!

    My cousins are down in Effin near Charleville can get some details if you are still looking lad. Send me a pm if you are and il get a number for ya.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2 Chinesegrass


    My cousins are down in Effin near Charleville can get some details if you are still looking lad. Send me a pm if you are and il get a number for ya.

    Pm sent there man thanks for that


  • Registered Users Posts: 7 ThomasC94


    Hi,

    I've been living up in Dublin the past year and a half and I want to get back into playing football and feel better now than never. I'm 25 haven't played in 5 to 6 years I live on collins avenue extension (close to the Ballymun road).

    If anyone has any recommendations or advice on where to join (or when as I'm not sure of the club calendar in Dublin) I would really appreciate.

    Thanks
    Thomas


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,325 ✭✭✭Gael85


    ThomasC94 wrote: »
    Hi,

    I've been living up in Dublin the past year and a half and I want to get back into playing football and feel better now than never. I'm 25 haven't played in 5 to 6 years I live on collins avenue extension (close to the Ballymun road).

    If anyone has any recommendations or advice on where to join (or when as I'm not sure of the club calendar in Dublin) I would really appreciate.

    Thanks
    Thomas

    You should try Rosmini Gaels. Think they play in Poppintree Park. Don't have contact detail no but google them or see if have a social media page.


  • Registered Users Posts: 7 ThomasC94


    Gael85 wrote: »
    You should try Rosmini Gaels. Think they play in Poppintree Park. Don't have contact detail no but google them or see if have a social media page.

    Thanks Gale85!


  • Registered Users Posts: 290 ✭✭Swamp_Cat


    USA
    Youth Hurling & Camogie in Southeast New England ;
    +Mass & Rhode Island

    Getting a youth club started here in Bristol, RI USA. Hopefully I can find someone who is interested in helping w/the basic football skills as well. I'll introduce them to the sport as soccer is huge here so would be a shame not to have a FB team but I'm in no position to teach much more than rules & the very basics. I haven't played soccer since I was 9 or ten.

    Anyway, it's an ongoing project, I'm currently working on support/funding mainly through small grants, sourcing indoor and outdoor facilities, working on an orientation/introduction w/the local newspapers sports writer. And of course interested kids & parents. A longer term goal would be to get an adult panel & w/a large university in town, it shouldn't be too tough provided I have others who know the game by then.

    Anyone w/any knowledge of starting clubs, of the game and an interest in helping(or learning to help), parents w/children who may be interested or have questions.

    As many parents I've met with don't have money to purchase helmets & hurls for an unknown sport that their kids may not stay with, I'm working on getting enough gear to have a loaner program w/option to purchase or to sell owned gear back to the club.

    love to hear from anyone interested in any capacity. Thank you. kyle
    grep@gmx.us


    Julie catch a rabbit by its hare...



  • Registered Users Posts: 10,864 ✭✭✭✭Realt Dearg Sec


    Swamp_Cat wrote: »
    USA
    Youth Hurling & Camogie in Southeast New England ;
    +Mass & Rhode Island

    Getting a youth club started here in Bristol, RI USA. Hopefully I can find someone who is interested in helping w/the basic football skills as well. I'll introduce them to the sport as soccer is huge here so would be a shame not to have a FB team but I'm in no position to teach much more than rules & the very basics. I haven't played soccer since I was 9 or ten.

    Anyway, it's an ongoing project, I'm currently working on support/funding mainly through small grants, sourcing indoor and outdoor facilities, working on an orientation/introduction w/the local newspapers sports writer. And of course interested kids & parents. A longer term goal would be to get an adult panel & w/a large university in town, it shouldn't be too tough provided I have others who know the game by then.

    Anyone w/any knowledge of starting clubs, of the game and an interest in helping(or learning to help), parents w/children who may be interested or have questions.

    As many parents I've met with don't have money to purchase helmets & hurls for an unknown sport that their kids may not stay with, I'm working on getting enough gear to have a loaner program w/option to purchase or to sell owned gear back to the club.

    love to hear from anyone interested in any capacity. Thank you. kyle
    grep@gmx.us

    Best of luck with it, far as I know usgaa have funding for folks setting up a hurling team to supply equipment.


  • Registered Users Posts: 290 ✭✭Swamp_Cat


    Best of luck with it, far as I know usgaa have funding for folks setting up a hurling team to supply equipment.

    Thanks much. I've tried to get in touch with the appropriate person @ USGAA but never got a reply. I'll have to keep trying. Emails to the GAA w/some general questions got forwarded about until being replied to and given some further contact info (went nowhere) by a familiar name in The Camogie Association(?) somehow. Not sure how that happened given she didn't hold any position in the GAA. Was kind of her nonetheless. Thanks & good luck to all here.

    Available to anyone nearby to meet & introduce to the sport or just get in a play time.


    Julie catch a rabbit by its hare...



  • Registered Users Posts: 10,864 ✭✭✭✭Realt Dearg Sec


    Swamp_Cat wrote: »
    Thanks much. I've tried to get in touch with the appropriate person @ USGAA but never got a reply. I'll have to keep trying. Emails to the GAA w/some general questions got forwarded about until being replied to and given some further contact info (went nowhere) by a familiar name in The Camogie Association(?) somehow. Not sure how that happened given she didn't hold any position in the GAA. Was kind of her nonetheless. Thanks & good luck to all here.

    Available to anyone nearby to meet & introduce to the sport or just get in a play time.

    What is the nearest existing club to you? You're only about an hour or so from Boston in RI, right? Maybe get in touch with some of the clubs up there to get some advice. No idea if they'll be helpful or not, but worth a shot. Any of the clubs that are relatively young will probably be able to give good advice on getting going.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 2,325 ✭✭✭Gael85


    St James Gaels/An Caislean 2020

    Club Name:St James Gaels/An Caislean
    Location:Iveagh Grounds,Crumlin Road/Drimnagh Castle School Long Mile Road.Areas recruit from:Walkinstown,Drimnagh,Crumlin,DolphinsBarn,Kimmage,Harold Cross,The Liberties,Kilmainham,Bluebell,Islandbridge,Inchicore
    Code (football): Gaelic Football
    Level played: Adult Football League 11 South
    Contact details:stjamesgaels.com or killianfoley@outlook.com
    Any other info: St James Gaels are seeking new members to join our club. We are interested in players of all abilities, first time footballers and players looking to get back playing again. Many of our players are first time Gaelic football players of all ages.
    We are based southside in Crumlin in Iveagh Grounds on Crumlin Road about 10 minutes from city centre.http://www.stjamesgaels.com/contact 27,56a,77a,151 buses directly pass the