Group 1: NUIM, DUFC, NUIG Group 2: UCD, UCC, QUB
PITCH A PITCH B
NUIM V DUFC UCD V QUB KO 11.30am
NUIM V NUIG UCC V QUB KO 12.30pm
DUFC V NUIG UCD V UCC KO 2.00PM
5V6 3V4 KO 3.00PM
FINAL PITCH @ 4PM
5PM PRIZE GIVING AND DINNER PHOENIX BUILDING
1. It is expected that matches will finish @ 4.00pm, shower and change and have presentation and all teams be ready to eat by 5.00pm.
2. All teams will be changing in the SPORTS CENTRE NORTH CAMPUS.
Squad: 25 players
Age: Under 21 on 1st January 2012
Adult Laws of game apply
Game will be 20 minutes each half
2 points for win
1 point for draw
The position of a club in the competition shall be established by awarding two points for win and one point for a draw.
In the result of a tie between two teams, the winners will be decided as follows:
1) the result of tha game between the two teams
2) the number of tries scored in that game
3) the total number of tries scored in all the matches
4) the number of points scored
5) the points difference between the two teams
6) the toss of a coin
In the result of a tie between three teams, the winner will be decided as follows:
1) the number of tries scored
2) the number of points scored
3) the points difference of the three teams
4) drawing of lots
Yellow card = player misses 5 minutes playing time
Red card = player misses remaining matches of the Tournaments and may be reported to his Branch.
The 2013 All Ireland Football Final will see a number of NUI Maynooth students representing their respective counties this Sunday 22nd September. NUI Maynooth students Michael Darragh McAuley, Eric Lowdnes and Emmet O'Conghaile (Dublin Senior Football) will be in action for Dublin in Croke park on All Ireland Football Final Day. While there are many former NUI Maynooth GAA Scholarship students representing both Dublin & Mayo also, former students including Alan Dillon (Mayo), Bernard Brogan, Alan Brogan & Ger Brennan (Dublin) will be facing off on the hallowed turf of Croke Park.
Good Luck to Matthew Mellotte who will start for Connaught this Friday
Welcome to the sport pages of the National University of Ireland, Maynoooth. The aim of this department is to provide as many students and staff as possible the opportunity to partake in sports and physical recreation.
The formative years spent at university should encompass a lot more than study and course-work. Research and practical knowledge vouches that sport enables all of us to work and play better. For students, the lifestyle habits adopted during the college years are likely to be those for life. School-leavers just starting college have an obvious advantage and can anticipate quick gains through physical training which should stand to them for the rest of their years.
Student-run clubs form the back-bone of the sports and recreation programme at the NUI, Maynooth. The Sports Office organises a range of fitness classes for those who are unable to commit themselves fully to a club. With thirty-two active university clubs, an exceptional and time-honored structure is in place for student sport.