Under 14 Ladies Continue Good Start to the League

Antrim Ladies Football U14 League

Glenavy v Davitt’s

Holly Bone, one of Antrim’s new LGFA Youth Club referees from Naomh Gall, officiated at her first Under14 league Ladies Football game between Glenavy and Davitt’s on Thursday evening at Chapel Hill.

It turned out to be a great game and Holly kept control of the pitch at all times. Glenavy fielded a strong team against the Belfast rivals, and this showed with them taking an early lead. The young ladies from Glenavy continued to impress throughout the first half taking points freely. Davitts ventured up the other side of the field and were rewarded with a goal and 2 points, unfortunately for them Glenavy strode forward again and dominated the game with scores coming from all forward positions.

During the second period Glenavy grew in confidence and passed free around the park stretching the Davitts team, who continued to play well, but were up against a stronger team on the night. Congratulations to Holly Bone who was officiating her first match and kept the game under control.

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Congratulations to former @GlenavyGAA & @AontroimGAA player Owen Gallagher and his @Galway_GAA teammates. Fantastic win, and looking forward to final. #builtatchepelhill

Well done to the P6/P7 boys who attended a Festival of Football this morning at Cargin. The boys played six really competitive games and were brilliant throughout, demonstrating great teamwork and skills. Thanks to all the organisers for a great morning of football.


12 O’Clock Mass tomorrow will be celebrated on our pitch - weather permitting - we would like to invite all of our players, members and friends to come along. Light refreshments will be available afterwards.