Elite players and coaches from the USA hold two day clinic in Edenderry.read full article
23rd/24th March. Free clinic for young flag footballers. Game against Team Ireland.read full article
The Irish U15 and U13 teams are competing in the European Flag Football Championships in Lelystad, the Netherlands this weekend.read full article
The Irish Flag Football Association is holding try-outs for the Team Ireland flag football teams on the first two weekends in June. Team Ireland hopes to field 3 x teams in the upcoming European Junior Flag Championships. Players are being sought for the following teams:
U13 Boys – born on or after 1st January 1999.
U13 Girls – born on or after 1st January 1999.
U15 Boys – born on or after 1st January 1997.
Tryouts will take place as follows:
Saturday 2nd June (5:30pm) – Edenderry.
Saturday 9th June (3:30pm) – Rathangan.
Any interested players or parents of players should contact Ken Farrell – email@example.com for [...]
St. Marys GNS from Edenderry Co. Offaly has been named as the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) Team of the Month for March 2012. St. Mary’s were given this prestigous award after winning the inaugural Women In Sport Schools Flag Football Tournament organised by the IFFA.
The IFAF Team of the Month is given to teams who have done something significant such as winning a major title or going unbeaten or a pioneering achievement (as with St. Marys). Winners of the award can come from any level of American football worldwide in IFAF’s 62 member countries - from top professional teams [...]
St. Marys Girls National School in Edenderry (pitcured) won the inaugural WIS Flag Football tournament which took place in Derrinturn on Friday 30th March.read full article
Over 400 children from the Jobstown area of Tallaght in Co. Dublin attended a 2 day flag football expo run by the Irish Flag Football Association.read full article
Edenderry BNS from Co. Offaly won the 2011 Schools Flag Football League after having an undefeated season. Captains Eoghan Waters and Shane Cummins receive the trophy.read full article
Funding will be used to expand the schools programme.read full article
IAFA hosted the first ever EFAF Conference on Flag Football in Dublin over the weekend of the 16/17th October. Delegates from Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland and Sweden attended the conference.
Among the issues discussed was the introduction of the revised rules for Flag Football, planning for future events and the publication of a hosting guide for competitions.
“Flag Football has taken a great step forward with this conference and there have been lots of great ideas exchanged. Of course, we are delighted that Ireland hosted this event and the we are playing a leading role in the development of Flag Football [...]