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Ladies Football News

County Senior Ladies Visit

As part of the club’s activities to mark the tenth anniversary of ladies’ Gaelic football in Warrenpoint, The Down senior ladies were invited to Moygannon on Saturday July 24th, for a half-day training camp, as they prepare for their upcoming All Ireland quarter final. The day started with our own U15 girls having a training session, lead by some of the Down senior ladies, including captain Laoise Duffy. At the end of the session the U15s had the opportunity to chat to the Down ladies & gain some insights into what it takes to make the senior county panel. The county ladies then got stuck into their own session, with Warrenpoint’s own county minor goalkeeper, Cara Bradley joining the senior panel for the full session.

To help mark the occasion of the tenth anniversary, the club was presented with a Down senior ladies’ number 10 shirt, signed by the panel. This was a lovely gesture from the Down senior ladies’ management & players.

Thank you very much to co-managers Caoibhe Sloan & Peter Lynch, for being so accommodating & allowing our U15 girls to play a part in the day. Another big thanks to Warrenpoint’s own, Keith Waters, goal-keeping coach for the Down senior ladies. Keith was instrumental in helping to set-up the day.

Cumann Pheadair Naofa would like to wish the Down senior ladies every success in their All Ireland campaign. 

Football news 

U7 Boys & Girls’ Football: U7 Football returned to St. Mark's on Sunday 25th July after a two-week break. As the sunny weather continued there was only one way to cool down after a warm training session – water balloons - what have we started! More balloons next time#superblues

 U13 Boys' Football: The U13 boys made the trip to Ballyholland on Tuesday evening (20th July) to play the first group stage in the A-Championship. The boys in blue faced a very talented Ballyholland team who stormed into the lead with some fantastic play.

After the half-time break the Warrenpoint boys played more like themselves and took some great scores. However, Ballyholland were the superior team and won the game. The coaches are delighted with the effort, attitude and determination shown by the young blues, who will not doubt have better days ahead.

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