Connacht Ladies

Name: Connacht Ladies BostonOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Type: Ladies Football – Senior

Facebook: www.facebook.com/connachtladiesboston

Email: secretary.connachtladies.northeast.usa@gaa.ie

Recent Reports:

Connacht Ladies 0-16 Boston Shamrocks 1-17 Boston Shamrocks retained the Ladies senior football championship following a bruising encounter with Connacht Ladies.  It was end to end championship stuff for the 60 minutes with no quarter given on either side, and at the end of the day a late flurry of points for the Shamrocks put the game beyond doubt.  Connacht battled hard throughout, but
Posted: July 24, 2017, 6:30 pm
Boston Shamrocks 3-13 Connacht Ladies 2-8 Boston Shamrocks are now just one win away from retaining the Boston Northeast Ladies Senior Football Championship.  The reigning champions had to work harder for this win than last time out, and but for a fortunate goal early in the second half, it would have been a much closer affair.  Connacht will take solace from their much improved performance
Posted: July 10, 2017, 1:30 am
The Ladies senior football championship got off to a start Saturday afternoon with a one sided win for the Boston Shamrocks.  A score of 8-9 to a goal and four points puts the Shamrocks one game to the good in the best of 5 series.  With such a one sided affair, it seems that it will take moving a mountain for the Connacht Ladies to lift themselves back into the series.  A couple of injuries
Posted: June 20, 2017, 9:54 pm
Boston Shamrocks 2-12 Connacht Ladies 0-6 The Boston Shamrocks retained the Orla Benson Cup with a mostly one sided victory on Sunday afternoon.  After Ciara Murphy opened the scoring the remainder of the first half was mainly one way traffic.   The forward running of Claire Kenny from wing back was kept Connacht Ladies on their heels, while the finishing of Tessa Crowley widened the gap
Posted: June 5, 2017, 1:36 am
Next weekend sees the start of the Boston Northeast GAA championships.  2017 Pat O’Brien Cup champions, Aidan McAnespies take on Christopher’s while Connemara Gaels and the Wolfe Tones will lock horns.  The following week will see Shannon Blues, Donegal and Galway in action as the championship picks up momentum.  This year’s senior football championship is most eagerly awaited as it is
Posted: June 1, 2017, 5:03 pm
Boston Shamrocks 5-5 Connacht Ladies 1-11 Boston Shamrocks secured the Ladies senior football championship with a four goal second half salvo.  Connacht Ladies held a 2 point half time lead, but before the second half was 10 minutes old were looking at an eight point deficit.  Kelly Boyce Jordan at wing back, and Mairead O’Driscoll, and Sara Jane McDonald in the forward line, were full of
Posted: August 30, 2016, 6:22 pm
Boston Shamrocks 2-12 Connacht Ladies 0-4 Boston Shamrocks captured the ladies junior football title with a fine performance to defeat the Connacht Ladies.  A goal in each half underlined the Shamrocks win and deflated any Connacht Ladies hopes of pulling off an upset.  Joe Lydon presents the cup to Stacey O'Dowd. Early in the second half the Shamrocks netted a second goal, McDonnell
Posted: August 22, 2016, 3:09 pm
Tir na nOg 1-8 Connacht Ladies 3-7 Connacht Ladies drew first blood in the Ladies Senior Football championship with a victory over a battling Tir na nOg team.  Center forward, Aisling Reynolds was the center of their forward activities, while the back line held up when pressured by the Brighton side.  It was a victory soured by a serious injury to Maria Kelly who had to be brought to the
Posted: June 19, 2016, 2:23 pm
Boston Shamrocks 3-5 Connacht Ladies 1-4 The ladies footballers had their first outing of the season with Boston Shamrocks and Connacht Ladies taking the field on a wet, drizzly afternoon to decide who would take the Orla Benson Cup.  The game was evenly contested with Jane Ward leading the way for Connacht Ladies and for the Shamrocks it was Mairead O’Driscoll the playmaker.  With the game
Posted: June 6, 2016, 12:17 pm
2015 North American Finals – Chicago Gaelic Park, in the Oak Forest suburb south of Chicago, hosted the finals for the first time since 2010.  Clubs from all over North America, which included the Hoboken camogie club in New Jersey, made the journey to compete for national championships in several categories from Junior D football to senior footall, camogie, and hurling.  Six teams traveled
Posted: September 6, 2015, 11:50 pm