Tir na Nog


Type: Ladies Football – Senior,  Junor

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

Recent Reports:

Boston Shamrocks 6-12 Tir na nOg 0-6 Tir na nOg needed a result in their final game to earn a semi-final place, but it was a tall order for the ladies from Brighton as they met an on-form Shamrocks side.  There was some hope for Tir na nOg in the first half as they played some good football, however two Shamrocks goals at the start were bookended by a third at the end of the half, and the
Posted: August 8, 2016, 10:17 pm
Connacht ladies 1-11 Tir na nOg 0-11 Connacht Ladies had to fight hard against a dogged Tir na nOg side to record an all important win to bolster their title credentials, and leave the Brighton side needing a win in their final game to remain in the championship.  The westerners lorded it in the early going only to see their opponents fight back in the second half and come within a great save
Posted: July 18, 2016, 2:48 am
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 0-5 Tír na nÓg 3-17 A cool and damp Saturday afternoon saw Tír na nÓg make it four out of four with a comprehensive win over the Boston Shamrocks.  The sluggish Shamrocks never got off the starting blocks, while their opponents put on a  display of complete dominance.  At the break it was a 13 point advantage, that had turned into 21 by the final whistle. Lisa Leonard was
Posted: August 6, 2014, 1:41 am
Tír na nÓg 6-8 Connacht Ladies 1-15 Six goals for Tír na nÓg matched Connacht Ladies total score in points, and ensured that the Brighton side remained unbeaten so far this season.  A hat trick for Jenny Byrne at full forward, and two goals from Caroline Nee put the daggers into Connacht Ladies, who played well in spells and tallied a respectable total of 16 scores.  Conceding goals can kill a
Posted: July 21, 2014, 3:11 am
Connacht Ladies 4-5 Tír na nÓg 2-14 Tír na nÓg made it two out of two in the Ladies senior football championship.  The Brighton side rode the wave of a highly impressive first half performance to the final whistle, while the reigning champions find themselves without a win half way through the championship. Tir na nOg made it two for two on Saturday evening. Shauna Jackson in the
Posted: July 15, 2014, 2:06 am
Boston Shamrocks 4-11 Tír na nÓg 6-18 The opening game of the Ladies senior football championship was a keenly contested affair that remained close until there was less than 5 minutes to go.  Two late goals sealed it as Tír na nÓg's superior fitness saw them through in the end.  Caroline Nee Shoots for Tir na nOg A very entertaining first half saw the Brighton ladies net three times,
Posted: June 17, 2014, 12:09 am
Tír na nÓg 3-7 Boston Shamrocks 4-10 The Shamrocks booked a place in the Ladies final with what turned out to be a comfortable win over rivals, Tír na nÓg.  The Brighton side led at the break, but in the second half the Shamrocks turned it around with 3 goals to secure second place and a date in the final against Connacht Ladies in 3 weeks time. Tir na nOg took the game to the
Posted: August 6, 2013, 2:49 am
Connacht Ladies 4-15 Tír na nÓg 0-6 Connacht Ladies proved to be too strong for Tír na nÓg in their first ladies senior football championship clash.  Connacht were on a different level to their Brighton based opponents and after one half was played it was pretty much over.  Amy Ring points for Connacht Ladies In the first minute after Ciara Donnelly popped over a point with the first
Posted: July 16, 2013, 1:51 pm
Tír na nÓg 3-7 Boston Shamrocks 4-10 Boston Shamrocks recorded their first win in the Ladies football championship over a Tír na nÓg side that battled hard but were one step behind their opponents for most of the game.  The Shamrocks got great performances from Sharon McGovern who in the second half mopped up a lot in the middle of the field, Clodagh McGovern up front, and Hazel Kingham in
Posted: July 1, 2013, 10:16 pm