Sad to hear the passing of Martin Penrose another good football man gone. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends, May he rest in peace.
The FAI Referees Department have confirmed a Referees Beginner Course will take place in Dublin in February, the course details are as follows….
Date: Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th February 2017
Time: 09.00 to 17.00 (Both days)
Venue: Football Association of Ireland National Sports Campus Abbotstown Dublin 15
To register for the course please go to: FAI Beginners Course - Dublin
The fee for the course is €100 and a minimum number of 15 participants will be required for the course to proceed.
For further information on the Football Association of Ireland Referee Beginners Course programme please contact the Referees Department at;
Phone: 01 8999528
Lynx Man of the Match in the Sunday Premier game Liffeyvalley Rangers v Valeview Shankill on the 22nd Jan 2017.
Winner was Stephen Carroll from Valeview Shankill, and he is pictured receiving his Lynx award from Mick Byrne of the LSL.
Lynx Man of the Match in the Premier Saturday game Pegasus/St. James Ath v Cherryfield United on the 21st Jan 2017.
Winner was Brian Kedney of Pegasus/St. James Ath, and he is pictured receiving his Lynx award from referee Robert Kearns.
Lynx Man of the Match in the Sunday Div 3 game Rush Athletic v Swords Celtic FC on the 22nd Jan 2017.
Winner was Richie Glynn from Rush Ath, and he is pictured receiving his Lynx award from Victor Loughman of the LSL.
FAI Dublin Regional Referees Committee
GRASSROOTS REFEREES DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
2016/17 MODULE 2
DATE: Thursday 09/03/17 Tutors TBC
TIME: 8.00pm – 9.30pm
VENUE: FAI HQ ABBOTSTOWN
Lynx Man of the Match in the Paddy Lee U19 game Leicester vs Peamount Utd on the 15th Jan 2017.
Winner was Jake Nolan from Peamount Utd, and he is pictured receiving his Lynx award from Bernard Buckley of the LSL.
Jake had a very good game including saving two penalties.
Lynx Man of the Match in the Senior Sunday game Killester vs Tolka Rvrs on the 15th Jan 2017.
Winner was Stephen Chambers from Killester, and he is pictured receiving his Lynx award from Dave Lalor of the LSL.
We are delighted to announce that LYNX and the Leinster Senior League have teamed up again to bring back the LYNX man of the match award in the Intermediate, Junior and Under 19 divisions. Lynx’s mantra is about “Finding your magic” and this fits very nicely with the Leinster Senior League Man of the Match award where it is a little bit of magic that makes the difference in games.
Each divisional secretary in several matches throughout the rest of the season will be selecting a Lynx Man of the match in his division and will present the Lynx Man of the match award on the day.
A photo will be taken and displayed on our website every weekend and will also feature on the Herald Striker’s Facebook page.
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