This Wednesday is UEFA's recognised day for grassroots football and to continue the growth a lot of NDSL clubs, and obviously those clubs in the MGL, along with the FAI and Fingal County Council, have organised a fun blitz event for girls from Under-9 to Under-13.
Home Farm FC, one of the new entrants into girls' football, are hosting the blitz, with their main grass pitch and all-weather facility available for the girls to use.
The free five-a-side event kicks off at 7pm and will be running until 8.30pm.
Registration will be at 6.30pm. Clubs are asked to provide their own first aid and a parent/referee who can assist on the evening.
For more information and to organise your club's participation you can contact Paul Keogh at email@example.com or Sharon Boyle on 087 1323260 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CELTS SET TO LAUNCH SWORDS GIRLS TEAM
Swords Celtic have set about fixing the issue of there being no girls teams in Swords after they launched a girls only training session on Friday last.
The sessions are on Friday's from 6.30-7.30pm and are for girls aged between 6 and 14 as the club look to set-up some girls teams to ensure girls in the area have a football team to play on locally.
The session is only €2.50 and on hand will be club and FAI coaches. For more information, contact the club by e-mailing email@example.com.
WFTA BOUNCE BACK IN STYLE TO LIFT TITLE
After the disappointment of relegation from the Under-13B section last year, WFTA's Under-14's have bounced back in style this year by winning the Under-14C division.
It's a great achievement by the Finglas side to return to the B section at their first attempt and they did it in style with one game to spare while losing just once during the whole season.
It looks like it's onwards and upwards for the west Finglas side
NAVAN ROAD BEGIN 'LITTLE MESSI' EVENT
Navan Road United began their 'Little Messis' Soccer Academy last Saturday in Ashington Park.
The club are offering seven sessions for just €25 and it is open to boys and girls aged from 5-8 and the session will run each Saturday from 10am-11.30am.
The club would like to remind all boys and girls attending to bring their own water and that shin-guards are essential.