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Masita GAA All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Poc Fada 2015

posted 17 Dec 2014, 08:22 by Post Primary   [ updated 17 Dec 2014, 09:01 ]

Masita GAA All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Poc Fada 2015


What is the distance of your longest Poc?


Follow in the footsteps of Cú Chulainn!


Represent your school, county and province in Semple Stadium, Thurles at half-time of the Masita All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Finals!


The Mastia All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Poc Fada champion will represent Comhairle Iarbhunscoileanna at the Martin Donnelly U-16 All-Ireland Poc Fada on the Cooley Mountains (Louth) in August 2015.


Ask your teacher/coach to register your school today!

Click here for a poster template to promote your Post Primary School's qualifier.

Prizes for County, Provincial and All-Ireland Winners.



One participant to qualify from each participating school to proceed to County/Regional final.

Registered schools will be requested to hold their qualifier and notify of their winner by Friday February 13th.

Winners details from each school will be sent from Croke Park to Provinces.

Each Province to decide if Regional/County Competitions more suitable for qualifiers from schools.

Each Province to appoint Regional/County co-ordinators to arrange county event to be completed by Friday February 28th

Each province to coordinate provincial final to be hosted at Half-Time in Post Primary ‘A’ Final.

One winner from each province to proceed to All-Ireland Final to take place at Half-Time in ‘A’ Final in Thurles.

Winner of All-Ireland will receive prize of accommodation, travel expenses & entry for winner and family to All-Ireland u-16 Poc Fada Competition in Louth in August 2015.

Further prizes for County and Provincial Winners.


>Participants must be Male Bone Fide Second Level Students attending a County or Provincial Post Primary Committee affiliated Post Primary School..

>Participants must be born on or after 1st of January 1999. 

>Post Primary Schools must register their internal competition by Friday January 30th via the online form (link available from your Provincial Post Primary secretary. 

>Post Primary Schools may host their qualifier in either of the following formats:

                1.Simple format – 3 pucks per participant to be struck by an appointed line – the furthest puck                                                  qualifies to win.

                2. Schools may adopt a longer format on a course if desired. 

For further information or if you have any queries please e-mail