U12 Girls v Ballymackey Oct 28 2017
James McNamara

Training Time: Friday, 5-6pm (Astro)

Year of birth for 2018/2019 season: 2007

Fixtures, results and league tables for Schoolgirls teams will be available throughout the season on http://northtippsfl.com.

Girls’ Football 2014-15

Our U10 and U12 girls’ teams are growing every week.

If you have a daughter or niece that might want to give it a try come up any Friday at 6pm to the astro turf.

We have girls from Newport, Lackamore, Ballinahinch and Milford primary schools.

It’s a great way to make new friends.

Our U10 and U12 Girls Teams


NTSFL, U12 Girls, Ballymackey ‘B’ v Newport Town AFC

Saturday, February 7 (Ballymackey)

Newport U12 girls made the long journey to Ballymackey on Sat to play Ballymackeys B squad in the North Tipperary Schoolgirls League. Newport was coming off of the back of two wins in a row and were improving in every game.

Upon arrival in Ballymackey there was confusion as to whether the game was supposed to be on or not? Ballymackey for some reason thought the game was off but Newport and the referee were there to play the match. Ballymackey arrived but had to play a lot of A team players so they conceded the points and we played a friendly.

Friendly or not the match was played with all the competitiveness of a cup final! Continue reading

FAI Soccer Sisters Camp

FAI Soccer Sisters Camp
Newport Town AFC are delighted to announce that we will host our first ever FAI Soccer Sisters Camp this Easter.

The camp will run over two days, April 9th and 10th and is open to girls only.

Information on booking will follow in the coming week.

U12 Girls, Newport Town AFC 5 – 0 Lough Derg F.C. (Anita Whelton (2), Rachel Carey, Shauna Pearson & Erin Kennedy)

Newport Town A.F.C. 5 - 0 Lough Derg F.C.
Newport Town U.12 girls got 2015 off to a great start with an excellent victory over Lough Derg FC at a freezing cold Derryleigh Park on Saturday morning.

First half goals from Rachel Carey, Anita Whelton and Shauna Pearson set up the victory.

A very good performance from the entire team, Aoife Kennedy made some great saves in goals, Amelia Healy, Eryn Kennedy and Sophie Richtar were very strong at the back for the home side. Continue reading