Gaelic Athletic Association

The Ladies club was founded in 2012 made up of a committee of Carol McNicholas – Chairperson, Amanda O’Reilly – Secretary and Stevie Keane – Club Treasurer.

In their first year the Ladies made it to the Junior Championship Final but were narrowly defeated. This start proved that the ladies team in such a great club had the potential to make their mark on the London football scene. Management was made up of Dan Freil, Jim Rice and Ricky Williamson.

In 2013 Conor Connelly took on the management role and was later joined by Shaun Campbell in 2014.

 2015 saw the ladies progress to the Junior Championship final again but they were narrowly defeated by Dulwich Harps.

2016 saw Johnny Flynn take on the role as manager and led the ladies to their their first Junior Championship title defeating proven rivals Dulwich Harps in Greenford on the 2nd of July. The Ladies went on to represent London in the All Britain Championship but were stopped short by a strong Glasgow Gaels side in the first round.

2017 started with a promotion to Intermediate with a management team made up of Eddie Doyle and Marco Persano. A loss of some key players returning home to Ireland had a big impact on the team which led to the ladies dropping back to compete in the Junior Chamionship for 2018. 

2018 saw the ladies flourish winning both League & Championship Junior titles. A new management team made up of Brendan Friel, Benny McGarvey and Sean Allen saw the ladies progress all the way to the All-Britain Junior Championship Semi-Final in Birmingham but unfortunately a last minute penalty drew their season to a bitter end. 

2019 the ladies competed in both Intermediate League and Championship under the management of Brendan Friel and Benny McGarvey. Although the ladies did not make it to either finals they managed to make their mark at Intermediate level winning various tournaments throughout the year and look forward to being strong competitors at Intermediate level for the 2020 season. 

Ladies Teams

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