- 2017 Coaching Courses Announced
- Team Ireland Call Ups.
- AGM 2016 Review
- Boom in entries for 2017 European Club Competitions
- Volunteer role vacancies
- Junior Football 2016 Champions
- Record number of teams enter for the 2017 kitted football season
- Belfast Trojans competing in the Atlantic Cup
- Irish representatives elected to key positions at IFAF Congress in Paris
- 2016 Junior Football Season Kicked Off
Junior Football 2016 Champions
- Updated: October 29, 2016
At today’s Team Ireland U20s training session, the South Kildare Soldiers were presented with their trophy as 2016 Junior Football Champions.
Receiving the trophy on behalf of the Soldiers was Tomiwa Oyewo and Jordan Farrell from Director of Junior Football Russell Kerley. The Soldiers finished the season with a perfect 6-0 record against the Craigavon Cowboys and Westmeath Minotaurs.
“This has been a great year for junior football and congratulations to the Soldiers and Coach Farrell on a fantastic season”, said Russell Kerley at today’s presentation. “Next year we’re focusing on expanding the number of clubs competing in the junior league as well as compete in International games and leagues. 2017 will be a massive year for Irish football”.