Man O’ War GFC has a strong tradition in Ladies football
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Our Ladies Football Section has been thriving since fielding our first adult Ladies Minors team in 1992. Man O’War Ladies made club history in 2019 by becoming the Dublin Junior Champions, the first Championship title in their history.
Man O’War was among the first Ladies teams established in Dublin. Bernice Jones Moore has been our Ladies Manager throughout the years. We have fielded a Senior team every season, which is relatively unique in Ladies football.
In 2020, the Ladies will compete in the Intermediate Championship and in Division 3 and Division 8 leagues.
The Ladies won the Division 3 league in 1999 and gained Intermediate status for a time. The Ladies competed in two intermediate Championship finals in 2003 and 2004. The Ladies recorded back-to-back league wins in 2013 and 2014, propelling them into Division 2, which is the highest level any Man O’War Senior team has played at. In 2013 they competed in the Junior Championship final, and after a hard fought battle the lost out to a strong Croi Ro Naofa team. They were Cup Winners that year.
The Ladies returned to Division 3 in 2019. The 2019 team was completely home grown. The team is always looking for new players and welcomes everyone with open arms. See Team Contacts List
The club fielded a Second Team up to 2004 and this was re-instated in 2015. It is a fantastic outlet for bringing on young players and also re-introducing some ‘experienced’ players back into the game.
The club has had a Minor Ladies team for many years now.
The club has been represented at various Inter County levels from U12, U14, U16, Minor, U21 and Senior. Most recently, Ailene Fanning was a member of the 2019 Dublin Minor team.
For current fixtures, visit http://www.dublinladiesgaelic.ie
Gaelic 4 Mothers and Others
Since 2012 Man O’War GFC has had a successful Gaelic 4 Mother and Others section in our club. The team competes in various tournaments during the year which the main tournament being the National Gaelic for Mothers & Other Bltiz every October. If you are interested in having fun, meeting new people while staying fit and active, this is a great outlet.