By Ray Keating 20 Nov, 2017
Our Club shop is now taking orders for Christmas. To ensure you get what you want in time for the festive season, please make sure to visit the shop as soon as possible. The Shop is open 9:30 to 1 on Saturday mornings and has lots of wonderful stock available. 

Call in to the club shop this week and check out whats on offer for yourself. 

Thanks also to our models, Donnchadh Murphy, Luke McGrath and Shane Kingston.
By Ray Keating 13 Nov, 2017
Champions: The U16 Girls are County U16c champions after defeating a very good Clonakilty side in Ballygarvan this morning. It was an outstanding game of football with both sides giving their all. Well done to Clonakilty and their brilliant supporters.
More photos in the gallery.
By Ray Keating 13 Nov, 2017
The U12 girls took on their mothers in a friendly match in Moneygourney and despite some truly shocking refereeing the u12’s ran out easy winners.
More photos in the gallery section.
By Ray Keating 09 Nov, 2017
Starting soon is a ladies gaelic Football academy for 4th, 5th & 6th class primary school girls and a hurling academy for 5th and 6th class boys. These academy's are limited to 35 places each and applicants are on a 1st come basis. Contact Eddie or you mentor for further details. All applicants must be registered players.
By Ray Keating 09 Nov, 2017
The U16 ladies Football County Final Douglas V Clonakilty will take place next Sunday 12th Nov in Ballygarvan @ 11.30am​
By Ray Keating 07 Nov, 2017
Match Report by Eamonn Murphy
By Ray Keating 13 Oct, 2017

Ladies football games this weekend. Friday Under 16 v Bride Rovers county semi final replay in Nemo at 7.45pm. Sunday under 11 v Naomh Abhann in Under 12 B2 Mid-Cork Final replay @ 11am Venue to be confirmed. Sunday at 3pm in Douglas Minors v Aragleen Desmond's Bui in county 1/4 final. 

Best of luck to all teams

By Ray Keating 10 Oct, 2017
Douglas Ladies football club were delighted with the success of their inaugural U10 girls football blitz on Sunday 8th October. Over 130 girls participated from Cork clubs Douglas and Bishopstown and Kerry clubs Dr Crokes, Fossa and Kerins O’Rahilly. On a surprisingly mild October morning, the girls displayed great skill and endeavour and the clubs made lasting friendships. All girls, parents and mentors were treated to a post blitz reception and medal presentation. A special mention goes to the parents for organising the post blitz reception, and club officials who contributed to this tremendously successful event. Our U10 girls are already looking forward to travelling to Kerry after receiving multiple invitations following the completion of the blitz last Sunday!
By Ray Keating 06 Oct, 2017
Douglas ladies u16 county semi final postponed due to no pitch available, now fixed for Nemo next Friday 13th under lights at 7.30pm.
By Ray Keating 05 Oct, 2017
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