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 Juvenile Ladies Chairperson:

Games Promotion Officer:

Children’s Officer:

Ref Co-ordinator:

Girls Football

Association News

The GAA, the LGFA & An Cumann Camógaíochta launch new Gaelic Games Player Pathway

21st March 2021: The GAA, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association & An Cumann Camógaíochta are delighted to announce details of a new and exciting Gaelic Games Player Pathway.

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2019 Girls Feile Winners

Camogie Association Injury Benefit Scheme

Players are covered by the scheme when participating in an activity for Club or County including:

  1. Playing or officiating for the club in amateur matches or representative games
  2. Taking part in training organised by the club or representative body
  3. While proceeding directly to or returning directly from matches or training
  4. While taking part in any social activity organized by the club or representative

See more details in the Sports Personal Accident Insurance Cover FAQ

NOTE: If you need any assistance on submitting a claim, contact Club Secretary at

LGFA Injury Benefit Scheme

The LGFA Injury Fund covers players, club officers, team mentors and match officials for injuries sustained in the following:

  • An official competitive or challenge game
  • An official and supervised training session

See more details, including what is covered and the procedures for making a claim  in the Ladies Football Injury Fund Summary explanatory document.

An LGFA Preliminary Claim Form needs to be submitted with eight weeks of date of injury or if treatment is likely to exceed EURO 200.00.

An LGFA Claim Form needs to be completed when submitting expenses.

Contact details in relation to injury fund scheme: Rosemary Coyle, Croke Park, Dublin 3. Email:; Ph: 018363156