Cumann na mBunscol
Team: Panel of ten; seven-a-side.
INTO/GAA Cumann na mBunscol Mini-Sevens 2001
(See inTouch, January/February 2001)
Boys:- hurling and football; Girls:- camogie and
Entries: Desmond Haran, Bunnanadden, Co. Sligo
Each county will choose one school in camogie, hurling
and boys' and girls' football, and Dublin will choose six schools to advance
to the regional finals. From these, 240 children will be chosen to participate
at half-time in the All-Ireland semi-finals and finals in hurling and football.
Thirty-six players from Connaught will be given the opportunity to play
in Groke Parke before several thousand spectators and millions of TV viewers
all over the world.
Playing rules and Guidelines
The normal rules of hurling and football with the following
adaptations shall apply:
(i) All kick/puck-outs shall be taken from the goal line.
(ii) Unlimited substitutions shall be made from the half-way
(iii) Hand-pass scores shall not be allowed in either
hurling, camogie or football. A punched point in football is permissable.
(iv) All kick-outs, frees, side-lines and 45s shall be
taken from the hand.
(v) Players shall be limited to one toe tap and one hop
in any solo movement.
(vi) As in ladies' football rules, girls shall be permitted
to pick the ball directly from the ground.
(vi) A score directly from the puck-out in hurling or
camogie is not permissable.
(vii) Games shall be of not less than 14 minutes duration
and no more than 20 minutes. Each game to have a two minute interval.
(ix) 70 metres by 50 metres are the recommended pitch
(x) Entries must have the prior approval of the Board
(xi) Teachers representing their school shall enter into
arrangements to complete the mini-sevens in collaboration with Cumann na
mBunscol, the recording body in each county.
(xii) A pupil may not be entered on more than one team.
(xii) Mixed teams may not be entered.
(xiv) Teams may be entered from an amalgamation of small
schools, where the combined number of teachers does not exceed six (excluding
remedial and special teachers).
Mini Sevens Boys & Girls Age Limits
Total Enrolment (3rd - 6th Classes incl.)
Girls To be born
after this date
1 Jan 1990
1 Dec 1989
1 Nov 1989
1 0ct 1989
80-109 l Sept l989
50-79 1 Aug 1989
30-49 1 July 1989
-29 1 June1989
Last Updated on 17/09/01
|MINI SEVENS (FOOTBALL)
: FIRST ROUND DRAW
|Must be played by Friday 28th September
|A. Cloonloo, Mullaghroe, Carn, Annaghmore
|B. Killavil, Bunnanadden, Knockminna,
||David O' Farrell
|D. Ballinbeg, Killenduff, Kilrusheighter,
|E. Castlegal, Hollyfield, Cairns
|F. Stokane, Owenbeg, Kilglass, Cullens
||Vincent Mc Mahon
|G. Keash, Cloghogue, Monesteraden, Kilross
|H. Ardkeeran, Geevagh, Kilmactranny,
|I. Cliffoney, Ballinful, Grange, Rosses
|J. Curry, Tubbercurry, Cloonacool, Rockfield
||Frank Mc Gee
|K. Ballisadare, Collooney, Ballymote
|L. Highpark, Dromore West, Rathlee, Corbally,
|M. St. Edwards, St. Brendans, Calry,
|N. Sligo School Project, Mercy, St. Johns,
|O. Carraroe, Ransboro, Strandhill
By Carl O'Rourke, Cumann na mBunscol, Co. Shligigh.
Fixtures and dates for the Mini-Sevens Hurling/Camogie
Regional Groups: Thursday 20th September
Semi-Finals: Thursday 27th September
Finals: Thursday 4th October.
All games @ 3-30 p.m.
Please contact group Co-Ordinators to finalise details.
MINI SEVENS HURLING/CAMOGIE CHAMPIONSHIPS 2001
CO-ORDINATORS SCHOOL TEL.
1. Curry, Moylough, Tubbercurry.
Frank Mc Gee
2. Enniscrone, Rathlee, Stokane, Cullens.
3. Drimina, Castlerock, Banada, Kilmactigue
David Mc Veigh
4. Bunninadden, Killavil, Cloghogue
5. Geevagh, Riverstown, Kilmactranny
6. Ballinacarrow, Ransboro, Collooney
7. St. Brendans, St. Edwards, Calry
8. Templeboy, Ki11eenduff, Kilrusheighter,
Format: 8-Regional Groups. The top team from each group qualify
for the semi-finals
Semi-Finals: A Groups 1, 2, 3 and 4
B Groups 5, 6, 7 and 8
Last Updated on 17/09/01
By Lorcan Brennan, Hurling Officer, Cumann na mBunscol,