Under 10 Spring Fixtures

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U10 spring league fixtures 2017

u10 spring league 2017

GRUPA DONN GRUPA BUÍ GRUPA CORCRA GRUPA ORÁISTE
Maynooth Maigh Nuad Geraldine’s(Maynooth) Moyglare(Maynooth)
Rathcoffey Rathcobhthaigh Nás na riogh Moorefield
St Laurences Larries Clane Og Athy
Naas An Nás Kildrought(Celbridge) Nurney
Clane Claonadh Straffan
Celbridge Cill Droichead Ardclough Round Towers
Kilcock Cill Choca Broadford Kill
Leixlip Sallins JTB Eire Og

Round 1 – Monday April 10th

 

Round 2 – Our U10 Camogie team played Round Towers last Friday 21st April. It was a great game with the two teams well matched. The girls are going from strength to strength , improving every game. Keep up the great work 😀
Training Monday at 6.30 . Next match Friday 28th at home against Maynooth. 

Moorefield vs Round Towers

Round 3 – Monday April 24th 

Round 4 – Monday May 8th

Round 5 – Monday May 15th

Round 6 – Monday May 22nd 

Finals Day ( blitz format ) Sunday June 11th ( subject to change )

 

U10 Coordinator Grupa ORÁISTE – Ann Lynch 087-697

Grupa ORÁISTE Round 1 Monday April 10th  6.45pm co ordinator Ann Lynch 087-6974064

Moyglare v Kill

Eire Og v Kilcullen

Round Towers v Athy

Nurney v Moorefield

Grupa ORÁISTE Round 2 Monday April 17th 6.45pm

Eire Og v Moyglare

Kill v Athy

Moorefield v Round Towers

Kilcullen v Nurney

Grupa ORÁISTE Round 3 Monday April 24th 6.45pm

Moorefield v Moyglare

Eire Og v Kill

Athy v Nurney

Kilcullen v Round Towers

Grupa ORÁISTE Round 4 May 8th 6.45pm

Moyglare v Nurney

Moorefield v Eire Og

Kill v Round Towers

Athy v Kilcullen

Grupa ORÁISTE Round 5 May 15th 6.45pm

Moyglare v Athy

Eire Og v Round Towers

Athy v Moorefield

Kill v Nurney

Grupa ORÁISTE Round 6 May 22nd 6.45pm

Kilcullen v Moyglare

Round Towers v Nurney

Athy v Eire Og

Moorefield v Kill

Grupa ORÁISTE Round 7 May 29th 6.45pm

Kill v Athy

Eire Og v Moyglare

Nurney v Round Towers

Moorefield v Léim an Bhradáin

 

Competition Rules U10s

First team named is home team, they must make contact with the travelling team as early as possible but no later than 2 days before the scheduled date.

Each team will play one match per night, of 40 mins duration (20 min per half). To ensure all players get game time both teams could agree that games could be played in quarters (10min per qtr). All games will be played in the spirit of the Go Games policy and very importantly under the Go Games rules.

Please note that within the playing rules the ball can only be hopped once on the Hurley , NO soloing permitted. No kicking the ball, host clubs please ensure your players and your referee know this before each game .

 

Whilst we would like to see games played on the above dates, games can be played on or before the date by agreement of both teams for the alternative date.  It is essential that slippage into subsequent weeks does not appear. As per the agreement with Ladies Football fixtures should not take place Tuesdays,Thursdays or Saturdays.

 

Teams will be 10 a side ( min of 9 per team, other team must match ) pitch and goals suitable for u10s. Team sheets should be submitted. Where clubs have more than 1 team please keep each team even to ensure fair play.

 

Who won/drew/lost (rather than a scoreline) in a game will be reported into your group coordinator after each game. This will allow us to group the teams accordingly for the finals day. The finals day will be run in a blitz format with no actual finals or cups/shields. Scoring difference is unimportant and, indeed, every effort should be made to ensure that games are competitive and are not one sided NO HAMMERINGS. Each mentor to send in result of each of their games to their group coordinator within 48hrs to ensure accuracy.

 

For our young referees please use older girls for the older groups i.e u10 & especially U12s. For the welfare of these young referees could clubs please enaure their Children’s Officers or someone else responsible is present to watch over these girls in way of support.

 

Silent sidelines should be encouraged and under no circumstances should adults argue/complain or dispute any decisions of referees, particularly young referees; good example should be shown to the girls at all times. It is important that everyone enjoys the games.