Kerry sides in Munster LGFA Semi Final Action

Munster Senior Championship Semi Final

Finuge/St Senans -v- Ballymacarbry (Waterford) Sunday 29th October. 

Venue: St Senans Mountcoal – Time 2pm – Eircode V31WF86

Munster Intermediate Championship Semi Final 

Rathmore v Monagea (Limerick) – Saturday 28th October

Venue: Rathmore – Time 2:30pm – Eircode P51WR65

Ticket details for both games to be announced

Venues, Times & Ticket Details for Bon Secours Co. Junior Championship Finals – Sun15th October

Bon Secours County Junior A Final 

Clounmancon/Moyvane -v- Cromane – Sunday 15th October – 4pm – John Mitchels GAA Complex


Bon Secours County Junior B Championship 

Annaccaul/Castlegregory -v- Fossa – Sunday 15th October – 2pm – Kerins O’Rahillys GAA Complex


Call out for players and teams for a ladies Gaelic football film

Hi all.

So, the idea of the film is to educate people, who would probably otherwise never go to a game. It’s to try to encourage others to support their local and county ladies football team and to come out to matches. It’s trying to push ladies’ football and give the players the recognition they deserve, by showing just how committed these players are to club and county.

The agency is looking for a clip, done on your phone by turning your phone side on, landscape, so maybe get a pal or a family member to help.

Introduce yourself with your name, age, where you live, the club and position you play in. Tell us what you work at and how much Gaa football means to you, really push this as they want to get to know the person auditioning and the frustrations they feel. Be honest. Be yourself.

Send me on the clip through this my email and I’ll send it onto the agency. 

The main lady, whose story they want to follow, will be needed for filming in Dublin on Oct 26th and 27th and that person will be paid Eu3000 for her participation. We are also looking for maybe six or possibly more, other girls, for a scene in a bus chatting on the way to a match and for another scene in a car. These girls will be paid Eu1500 each for their time. So I would encourage as many of the players to send in clips as well, you just never know. 

We will have a football match on one of the days, so we are also looking for two feisty teams up for the craic. We want to see real skill on the pitch in this scene and to show the determination of each side to be the best.

For this clip it m might be nice to see some football being played behind the scenes and hear two or three of the team members, introduce their club and talk about their passion to win, their passion to play as a team and their love of the sport, and maybe let someone tell us about the frustration that can also be felt within the team for the lack of support at times.

Let me know when you upload your clip and I’ll send on to the agency.

And thanks so much again for wanting to be a part of what I think will be a very moving and educating film.

Best of luck!!!! 


Thanks a million,


Yvonne Kinsella

That’s A Wrap TV 

Ph +353 85 8073003

Ticket Details for Bon Secours County Championship Finals – 8th October

Bon Secours County Championship Finals Details

Double Header – Austin Stack Park – Sunday 8th October

Results on the Day

Senior Final

Southern Gaels v Finuge / St Senans – 4:00pm

Intermediate Final

Rathmore -v- Scartaglin – 2:00pm

Ticket Details for both games:

The price of a ticket includes a match program

U16’s go free

TG4 Ladies Football Players’ Player of the Year nominees announced

The nominees have been announced for the 2023 TG4 Players’ Player of the Year Awards in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior grades.

The winners will be revealed at the 2023 TG4 All-Star Awards banquet at The Bonnington Dublin Hotel on Saturday, November 18.

The Senior shortlist is comprised of Dublin pair Leah Caffrey and Jennifer Dunne, and Kerry forward Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh.

Ní Mhuircheartaigh, a three-time and current TG4 All-Star, finished as leading scorer in the 2023 All-Ireland series with a haul of 3-31, having also topped the 2022 scoring charts at Senior level.

Ní Mhuircheartaigh was also nominated for the Senior Players’ Player of the Year Award in 2022 and she was in scintillating form again this year as Kerry landed the Lidl National League Division 1 title before advancing to a second successive TG4 All-Ireland Senior Final.

Ní Mhuircheartaigh scored 1-7 in the Final against Dublin but it wasn’t enough to deny the Sky Blues a first Senior title since 2020.

Central to Dublin’s efforts in 2023 were Caffrey, magnificent in defence, and Dunne, a hard-running and dynamic midfielder who also chipped in with 0-8 during the All-Ireland series.

As Dublin improved incrementally throughout their season, Dunne hit the heights in the concluding stages with 0-4 against Cork in the Thurles semi-final before adding two points in the Final victory over Kerry.

Caffrey is also three-time All-Star, winning the last of those awards in 2021, and she’s nominated for another award this year, along with fellow Players’ Player of the Year nominees Dunne and Ní Mhuircheartaigh.

The Intermediate shortlist, meanwhile, is made up of players from champions Kildare, runners-up Clare and Antrim.

In Kildare’s 2023 Lidl National League Division 3 and TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Final victories over Clare, Róisín Byrne received the Player of the Match Award on both occasions.

She’s now nominated for the Intermediate Players’ Player of the Year Award alongside Clare’s Fidelma Marrinan and Antrim’s Orlaith Prenter.

Marrinan claimed the ZuCar Golden Boot Award as leading scorer across all three grades in the 2023 TG4 All-Ireland Championships, contributing 5-38, while Prenter finished second on the Intermediate scoring list with 4-19 as Antrim, the Lidl National League Division 4 champions, progressed to the All-Ireland Intermediate semi-finals.

Byrne and Marrinan have also been nominated for TG4 All-Star Awards.

In the Junior grade, there are also nominations for three different counties in the race to be crowned Players’ Player of the Year.

Representing champions Down is Natasha Ferris, who finished the season as leading scorer in the All-Ireland Junior series with 7-31, just a point behind Clare’s Fidelma Marrinan in the overall ZuCar Golden Boot standings.

From runners-up Limerick, captain Róisín Ambrose has been nominated on the back of a consistent season at midfield, while Fermanagh’s Bláithín Bogue, the 2022 Junior Players’ Player of the Year, completes the 2023 shortlist after scoring 2-20 in the All-Ireland series.

The nominees in all three categories have all been selected by their fellow players, who could not vote for their own team-mates.

TG4 Senior Players’ Player of the Year Award Nominees (l-r)

Leah Caffrey (Dublin)*
Jennifer Dunne (Dublin)*
Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh (Kerry)*

 TG4 Intermediate Players’ Player of the Year Award Nominees (l-r)

Róisín Byrne (Kildare)*
Fidelma Marrinan (Clare)*
Orlaith Prenter (Antrim)

TG4 Junior Players’ Player of the Year Award Nominees (l-r)

Róisín Ambrose (Limerick)
Bláithín Bogue (Fermanagh)
Natasha Ferris (Down)

*(also nominated for a TG4 All-Star Award) 

U13 County Championship Finals & Programs

U13 County Championship Finals

A Final

Abbeydorney v Inbhear Scéine Gaels A – 4pm

B Final

Corca Dhuibhne v Cromane – 4pm 

C Final

Shannonside Tarbert v MKL Gaels B – 2pm

D Final

John Mitchels v Fossa 11:15am in Milltown 

E Final

Rathmore v Laune Rangers – 2pm