Faughs GAA Club


Joanne Cullen 087 9553491; Paul Dixon 087 6308400; Mossy Nolan 087 2368048


The Under 11 team is for girls born in 2006 or who are in 4th class in National school (2016/2017 school year). Training is on Thursday evenings from 6.50 to 7.45 at the clubhouse astro during the winter months and at Kimmage Manor during Summer months. In 2017 our blitz games will take place at 12 O Clock from March onwards. We communicate through a ‘what’s-app’ group.


We have approximately 20 girls from a number of different schools. Our objective is to improve the camogie skills of the girls and most importantly to have lots of fun! We have a very active parent group who work with the team in a variety of roles whether assisting weekly coaching sessions, first aid assistance or fundraising. We strongly encourage parent participation as it is hugely beneficial for the girls.

2016 Review

The girls have had a fantastic 2016 and in addition to the scheduled blitz games, they played over10 friendly games. Huge strides have been made by all panel members during the year and most importantly there is a fantastic bond within the team even at this early stage. Some highlights below:

  • in May, the U10s were one of a small group of teams asked to play in Ballinteer Community College as part of the county board’s workshop for new referees.
  • in August, the girls played at half time in the crucial Dublin-Derry senior camogie qualifier at O’Toole Park and gave a guard of honour to both teams as they came onto the pitch. The girls witnessed a hugely entertaining game – Dublin needed to win by 26 points to qualify for knockout stages but narrowly missed out when they won by only 23 points!
  • in September, we hosted Donard Glen from Wicklow after which great fun was had at the clubhouse when we hosted a small reception for parents and kids.
  • October saw the girls play Kilmacud Crokes twice at half time in the two thrilling Senior 3 camogie deciders at Abbotstown and O’Toole park. It was a fantastic experience for the group who not only got to sample the fantastic atmosphere playing in front of a large crowd but also got to see some of our Senior stars in action (a number of whom would have trained the girls).
  • in November, we held a fun team building exercise at the club for the team after which thegirls were treated to some pizza and healthy drinks!


U10 hurlers in St.Josephs with our Dublin Stars

Chris, Neil and Jack visited Joeys recently with the Leinster U21 and Minor Cups.