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1363312/10/1912/10/197Photos of game of the week each week during season 2019/20Weekly photos of game of the week
1339431/08/1912/10/197Over 35 2019 trophy presentationsClick on the photo to see all this years trophy presentations.
1324425/08/1931/08/193Launch night 2019/20seasonLaunch of the new seasonThis weeks sees the official launch of the 2019/20 Carlow & District League with the League management meeting to form divisions and opening dates on Monday 26th August at 8pm for all club secretaries.
1281802/07/1903/07/1910Player Registration Form 2019-20 registration form season 2019-202.pdf
1238405/06/1908/06/197Awards night 2019Our annual awards night took place on Friday 31st May with a great turn out in the seven oaks
1237227/05/1927/05/193Executive Committe elected at 2019 agmThis years committee were elected at the agm on Thursday 23rd May 2019 Committee AGM 2019.JPGELECTION OF MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 2019 AGM: Executive Committee: Hon. Chairman – Noel Jordan Ass. Chairman – Bernard Mullen Hon. Secretary – Michael Gorman Hon. Treasurer – Tina McDermott Child Welfare Officer – Bernard Mullen Fixtures Secretary – Brian O’Reilly Registrar – Tina McDermott DCU Secretary – Noel Jordan PRO – Bernard Mullen Non-Executive: Management Committee: Brendan Powell Ian McDonald
1200607/04/1907/04/193Over 35 season kicks off for 2019The seniors division gets under wayThis years over 35 league sees 11 entries from across the county with all eleven teams starting in the one division and playing ten games in what promises to be an exciting season. Last years winner new oak opened the season with a game against last years division two runners up and cup winner Parkville. New oak won by the odd goal in a very exciting game while the other 5 games were all very close showing just how competitive this season could be.
1175817/03/1927/05/197Trophy Presentations 2019 - Photos of League and Cup Winners 2019Click on the photo to see all this years trophy presentations.All the winner from the 2018/19 season
1165025/02/1925/02/193Carlow Nationalist sports awardsOscar traynor team get Nationalist sports award
1107001/12/1801/12/187Youths Inter league Carlow V Galway Saturday 1st December 2018Galway League 5 Carlow League 2
1018907/09/1814/10/187Over 35 2018 trophy presentationsphotos of over 35 winners
1018007/09/1807/09/187Launch night 2018/19 seasonLeague official launch nightThe official launch of the league took place with a great night in the seven oaks
1011916/08/1816/08/1810Garda Vetting Form Vetting ID Validation and Vetting Invitation[19488].pdf
723718/06/1818/06/1810Player Registration Form 2018-19 registration form season 2018-19.pdf
710912/06/1825/07/187Awards night 2018 Our annual awards night took place on Friday 8th June with a great turn out in the seven oaks of trophies 1.jpg
694220/05/1812/06/183FAI Coach education D License Photos from the FAI D License course done in Carlow IT last Saturday 19th May
691716/05/1816/05/183Award winners 2017/18 list of all award winner for 2017/18 is below. Congrats to all winners. Our dinner dance takes place on Friday 8th June where the awards will be presented.
642725/03/1831/08/187Trophy Presentations 2018 - Photos of League and Cup Winners 2018Click on the photo to see all this years trophy presentations.Premier Cup Champions Division 1 cup champions Dolmen celtic Division 3 cup champions Nurney Villa Division 1,2,3 Cup champions Baltinglass Ladies Carlow Cup Champions Ballymurphy celtic Premier Champions Hanover Ladies Div 2 cup champions Thomastown Ladies Div 1 cup champions Ballymurphy Youths league Champions Nurney Herald striker division champions Dolmen celtic KCLR Shield Champions Hanover Youths cup champions Nurney Ladies division 2 league winners Thomastown ladies division 1 league winner Newpark
617320/02/1820/02/1810Over 35 Registration Form 2018 REGISTRATION FORM SUMMER SEASON 2018-1_2380[7907].pdf
609816/02/1822/04/187Ballymurphy V Crettyard LadiesClick photo to see more photosBallymurphy V Crettyard Ladies played on Sunday 11th February full match report available under match reports
602908/02/1808/02/183FAI Adult Intro coach education programmeThe Carlow & District Football league in Partnership with F.A.I. Football Development Officer for County Carlow Garry Coady hosted the FAI’s first ever Adult Intro Coach Education Course for Male and Female coaches in ITCarlow on Saturday.
574405/12/1705/12/1710Transfer form LEAGUE TRANSFER FORM 2017-18.pdf
507010/09/1722/04/183Fai Junior Cup DrawThe draw for sfai cup saw all carlow teams get a bye to round two with all games due to be played weekend 1st October
501504/09/1728/04/197Photos of game of the week each week during seasonPhoto of game of the week
498603/09/1706/09/173Over 35 Leagues over 35 leagues are slowly coming to an end and with this is mind the cups will be starting as we try to finish the season so players who still play junior soccer can play. The proposed dates have taken into consideration a lot of clubs have asked for 30th September off.
491001/08/1701/08/1710FAI Junior Cup Form 2017-2018 Cup Application Form 20172018.pdf
490730/07/1730/07/177Awards night Crettyard league and carlow cup champions
489811/07/1711/07/1710Player Registration Form Season 2017/2018 registration form season 2017-20181.pdf
489711/07/1711/07/1710Official referees abandoned game report form abandoned game report form_electronic_version.doc
489611/07/1711/07/1710Referees Official sending off form official report form 12.09.12 (1).doc
489511/07/1711/07/1710Affiliation form for season 2017/18 form for season 2017-2018.pdf
261815/07/1621/07/1912About & District Football League Button1.pngEXECUTIVE AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE: Life Members: Pat Kirwan and Ted Carthy Life Vice Presidents: Dan McDonnell and Seamie Payne EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President: Fr. John Fingleton, Graiguecullen R.I.P. Hon Chairman: Noel Jordan 059-9147833; 087-4139824;
260915/07/1619/05/1912 of Honour10.jpegRoll Of Honour for all competitions since 1986
260615/07/1615/10/1912RULES OF THE CARLOW & DIST. FOOTBALL LEAGUE CALENDAR FOR SEASON 2017-2018 & Regulations Image 21.jpeRULES OF THE CARLOW & DIST. FOOTBALL LEAGUE CALENDAR FOR SEASON 2019-20 FEES Outstanding Accounts Clubs accounts must be cleared by end of July and before any player can be registered. August: Player Registration Fee €25 payable with registration form Public Liability Insurance Policy Payment/Renewal immediately Personal Accident Insurance Policy Highly recommended Other Competitions: LFA Cup/Shield per LFA Payment €25 by 15 August directly to LFA FAI Junior Cup per FAI Payment €25 by 15 August directly to FAI FAI/LFA Youths per FAI/LFA Payment 15 August directly to FAI
260515/07/1627/07/173New Website all and welcome to our new website which we hope you will find easy to use. To see the fixtures just click on next games and they will pop up if you click on competitions in the top corner it will show you the tables, results etc. The new site will update everything itself once results are entered and will make viewing past results goal scorers and all other information easy to see.
258115/07/1621/07/191Match Reporting reports on all Men’s junior games from both teams to before 5pm on Sunday. Youths match reports from both teams to before 8pm on Saturday. Seniors (O35s) match reports from both teams to before 9.30pm on Saturday. Women’s match reports from home team only to before 5pm Sunday. In subject line be sure to put in the competition followed by teams and score e.g. Nationalist Premier Division: St Fiacc’s 0 Baltinglass Town 0.
258015/07/1621/07/191Welcome to the website of the Carlow & District Football League. Us 21.jpgEstablished in 1986 the league has grown from strength to strength and now boasts a competitive league with ambitious and prestigious clubs. MISSION It is the mission of the Executive Committee to dedicate its administrative services to improving the competitive position of our Clubs in all competitions. We seek to create and foster a challenging and stimulating environment in which our players can achieve their full potential through developing their skills and sustaining successful relationships with our Clubs, their communities, parishes and businesses. It is the objective of the Committee to develop the game within its administrative area to a point where leaders within the communities and players will strongly identify with their club and their League administrative body and its potential role in harmony with other voluntary sports organisations.