LGFA Na Piarsaigh

April 10th, 2024 – A Landmark Day for Na Piarsaigh’s LGFA Underage Debut!
On this memorable day, Na Piarsaigh’s LGFA underage age team made history as they took to the field for their inaugural competitive LGFA match. A remarkable display of teamwork was showcased by 21 determined girls, each playing an integral role against a formidable Askeaton side.

U14 Ladies Gaelic Football 2024

Heartfelt congratulations are for the entire team and management for their exceptional dedication and hard work in the lead-up to this momentous occasion.

As we reflect on this significant milestone, we acknowledge the impact Na Piarsaigh Gaelic for Mothers & Others has had since its inception in encouraging LGFA as part of Na Piarsaigh GAA family. We look forward with anticipation to the future of ladies’ football in Na Piarsaigh. Today marks the beginning of a journey filled with promise and potential. Indeed, this day will be remembered as the dawn of something truly special.

Na Piarsaigh Gaelic4Mothers & Others

The initiative fosters a sense of camaraderie among participants, creating a supportive network within the club and the wider community.

Na Piarsaigh Gaelic4Mothers & Others launched in August 2022, it is a community initiative run by the Ladies Gaelic Football Association to introduce mothers and other women to playing Ladies Gaelic Football. Gaelic4Mothers & Others sees women playing Ladies Gaelic Football in a fun, non-competitive and social environment.

Gaelic4Mothers & Others provides an opportunity for women to get their recommended weekly exercise in a fun way while meeting other mothers in the area. Being a Mother is not a necessity but participants must be 18+ and not currently playing competitively with a club team.

The Na Piarsaigh Gaelic4Mothers & Others entered their first competitive blitz on November 12th hosted by Ballybrown GAA and won both games.

Na Piarsaigh Gaelic4Mothers & Others promotes not only physical well-being but also mental and emotional health by offering a space for relaxation, friendship, and shared experiences. By engaging mothers and other community members, the initiative strengthens the bonds within the club and reinforces its commitment to inclusivity and community involvement.

Na Piarsaigh Gaelic4Mothers & Others meet up each Wednesday evening 8pm – 9pm.