London Youth Fixtures 201927-03-2019


 


LONDON GAA YOUTH COMMITTEE

 

 

 

FIXTURES PLAN

FOOTBALL & HURLING

 

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CLUB DIRECTORY

 

 

2019

Date issued March 26th

 

 
 
 

 

 UNDERAGE FOOTBALL FIXTURES 2019

 Competitions Controls Committee (CCC)

The Competitions Controls Committee for the 2019 season will be:

Colleen Lynott, Joel McInern, Declan Ryan, Ollie Sheehy, Martin McGovern, Michael Duffy, Orla Harrell & London CDA.

To contact the Competitions Controls Committee please use the email below:

Coachingofficer.london@gaa.ie or cda.london@gaa.ie

 

Results of fixtures

All results should be forwarded by the home club within 24 hours of the fixture for inclusion in the papers the following week to:

- Joel McInern

Text: 07956103723

- Conor Martin (PRO)

Email: conorjmartin@outlook.com

Mobile: 07826 201705

- Fiona O’Brien

Email: pro.london@gaa.ie

Mobile: 07852 613727

- An email to cda.london@gaa.ie

Calendar

27th April: U-14 Conrad Ryan Tournament

4th May: Peter McGlynn Day

8th June: Thomas McCurtains Family Day

15th June: U14 All Britain Feile

15th June: NLS Family Day with Blitzes from U6–U15

28th June - 30th June: Feile Peil na nOg

June 30th: Round Towers Donncha O’Donovan Family Day

6th July: U15 & U17 Provincial Championship Semi-Finals

11th–14th July: All Britain Championships

20th July: U15 & U17 Provincial Championship Finals

Saturday, 28th September: U-17 Development Squad Tournament

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TEAM AFFILIATIONS 2019

Gaelic Football

CLUB

U6

U8

U10

U11

U13

U15

U17

NOTES

Dulwich Harps

*

*

*

Gael Londain

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

North London Shamrocks

*

*

*

*

*

*

Parnells

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

Round Towers

*

*

*

St Anthonys

*

*

St Clarets

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

 

St.Josephs

*

*

*

t.b.a

St Kiernans

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

Tara

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

Thomas McCurtains

*

*

*

*

*

Tir Chonaill Gaels

*

*

*

*

*

*

 

 

 

Under 6/8/10 Go-Games Football

There will be ten blitz dates. On each date blitzes will take place at one location with teams being organised into pools by the Host Club.

Blitz

Date

Time

Host Clubs

1

Saturday, 4th May

TBC

TCG

2

Saturday, 11th May

TBC

St. Kiernans
3

Sunday, 19th May

TBC

Parnells

4

Saturday, 8th June

TBC

Thomas McCurtains

5

Saturday, 15th June

TBC

North London Shamrocks

6

Saturday, 22nd June

TBC

Tara

7

Sunday, 30th June

TBC

Round Towers

8

Saturday, 6th July

TBC

Gael Londain

9

Friday, 12th July

3.30 pm

ABC

10

Saturday, 21st September

TBC

St. Kiernans

 

Under 11 Go-Games Football Blitzes

This year the U-11 Section will be divided into two pools with each team getting the opportunity to host all of the other teams in their pool for a Blitz. There will be a minimum of 4 teams in each pool so each team should get 3 matches at each Blitz.

There will be additional Blitzes in the programme:

- All-Britain Competition on Saturday, July 13th in Greenford.

 11-a-side with Two Plays

Date

Pool A

Pool B

Parnells

St.Kiernans

Tara

TCG

Gael Londain
TMC
St.Clarets
NLS
St.Josephs

Saturday, 27th April

Parnells

St.Clarets

Saturday, 18th May

St. Kiernans

Gael Londain

Saturday, 29th June

TCG

TMC

Saturday, 6th July

Tara

NLS

Under 13 Football League

This year the U-13 Section will be divided into two seeding pools for the first two Blitzes, with each team getting the opportunity to play at least 12 matches. After the first two Blitzes, the teams will be divided into Division 1 (5 teams) and Division 2 (4 teams). There will be a further two Blitz Days to determine League Standings ahead of the League Play Offs.

There will be additional Blitzes in the programme:

- Peter McGlynn Day on Saturday, May 4th in Greenford.

- All-Britain Competition on Sunday, July 14th in Greenford.

- Conrad Ryan Day (U-12) on Saturday, September 14th in Northwick Park.

 13-a-side with Two Plays

Date

Pool A

Pool B

Sunday, 12th May

10.30 a.m.

Host Clubs:

Pool A – DH

Pool B – GL

Dulwich Harps

NLS

Parnells

Tara

TMC

 Gael Londain
St.Clarets
St.Kiernans
Tara (II)
TCG

Sunday, 19th May

10.30 a.m.

Host Clubs:

Pool A – NLS

Pool B – TCG

NLS

Dulwich Harps

St.Clarets

St.Kiernans

Tara (II)

 TCG

Gael Londain

Tara

TCG

TMC

Sunday, 9th June

Division 1 (5 teams)

Division 2 (5 teams)

Sunday, 16th June

Division 1 (5 teams)

Division 2 (5 teams)

League Play Offs will take place on Sunday, June 23rd.

 

There will be an U-14 Conrad Ryan Tournament on Saturday, April 27th.

All London Clubs are invited to participate.

 

Under 15 Football League

Six teams have entered the competition & all teams will play each other once. This model will ensure that every team plays five games. The top two teams will qualify for the League Final.

We will also run a Development League simultaneously for the teams that are unable to travel midweek. At the end of the leagues there will be a Championship.

 

 ROUND 1

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Mon, 29th Apr

7pm

Parnells v Tara

PAR

7pm

TCG v NLS

TCG

7pm

St.Kiernans v St.Clarets

STK

 

 ROUND 2

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Tue, 7th May

7pm

Parnells v TCG

PAR

7pm

St.Clarets v Tara

STC

7pm

NLS v St.Kiernans

NLS

 

 ROUND 3

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Mon, 13th May

7pm

NLS v Parnells

NLS

7pm

Tara v St.Kiernans

TAR

7pm

TCG v St.Clarets

TCG

 

 ROUND 4

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Mon, 20th May

7pm

St.Clarets v Parnells

STC

7pm

NLS v Tara

NLS

7pm

St.Kiernans v TCG

STK

 

 ROUND 5

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Mon, 3rd Jun

7pm

Parnells v St.Kiernans

PAR

7pm

Tara v TCG

TAR

7pm

St.Clarets v NLS

STC

 

 LEAGUE FINALS

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Division 1

Mon, 10th June

7pm

1 v 2

Division 2

7pm

3 v 4

Division 3

7pm

5 v 6

 

There will be additional Blitzes in the programme:

- International Tournament on Saturday, April 6th in Greenford.

- All-Britain Competition on Saturday, July 13th in Greenford.

U-15 Football Development League

All London Clubs are invited to participate.

  • The Tournament will be played at 11-a-side to afford every Club the opportunity to field a team in their own right.
  • A panel will consist of 16 players for each weekend and must be handed in before 1.30 p.m. each week - panels can be changed from week to week. There will be an unlimited use of substitutes throughout the Tournament so players can come on/off.
  • The matches will be played on Saturday nights in Greenford (UB6 0NZ), except June 8th will be at Goodmayes for the Thomas McCurtains Family Day.
  • The Tournament will start on Saturday, May 11th and continue over 4 weekends.
  • The dates are as follows: May 11th, May 18th, June 8th, June 22nd.
  • The Tournament will be run in a Blitz format and the matches will be 10 minutes per half. Each team will play each other each week, with the top two teams progressing to the Final.
  • Points will be awarded for your final position each week e.g. 1st - 10 points, 2nd - 8 points, 3rd - 6 points etc. in the overall League Table.
  • There will be a 'Finals Day' on Saturday, June 22nd.
  • The matches will start on the half hour each week (2.00 p.m., 2.30 p.m., 3.00 p.m. etc.). If the teams are late for the starting time, then they will suffer a 5-point penalty and the match will be shortened so that the other matches don't fall behind.
  • Every Club will have a minimum of 3 matches each week.
  • Players will be limited to two plays in the matches e.g. one hop and one solo or two solos.
  • If a player receives a YELLOW card, then they receive a 5-minute Sin Bin and the team is down to 10 men for 5 minutes.
  • If a player receives a BLACK card, then they cannot come back on for the rest of the match but can be replaced by a teammate.
  • If a player receives a RED card, then they cannot come back on for the rest of the match and they can't be replaced so the team are down to 10 men for the remainder of the match. The player is also suspended for the next match.
  • There will be a zero-tolerance policy on dissent of any kind from players or management of any Club.

U15 Championship

Championship Quarter-Finals

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

A

Mon, 17th June

7pm

v

B

7pm

v

Championship Semi-Finals

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

A

Mon, 8th July

7pm

v

B

7pm

v

 

Championship Finals

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

A

Mon, 15th July

7pm

v

B

7pm

Under 17 Football League

Six teams have entered the competition & all teams will play each other once. This model will ensure that every team plays five games. The top two teams will qualify for the League Final.

At the end of the league there will be a Championship.

 ROUND 1

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Sun 28th Apr

5pm

Gael Londain v Dulwich Harps

GL

5pm

St.Clarets v Parnells

STC

5pm

Tara v St.Kiernans

TAR

 

 ROUND 2

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Sun 16th June

5pm

Parnells v Dulwich Harps

PAR

5pm

Gael Londain v St.Kiernans

GL

5pm

St.Clarets v Tara

STC

 

 ROUND 3

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Sun 23rd June

5pm

Dulwich Harps v St.Clarets

DH

5pm

Tara v Gael Londain

TAR

5pm

St.Kiernans v Parnells

STK

 

 ROUND 4

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Sun 30th June

5pm

St.Kiernans v Dulwich Harps

STK

5pm

Gael Londain v St.Clarets

GL

5pm

Tara v Parnells

TAR

 

 ROUND 5

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

Sun 8th Sept

5pm

Dulwich Harps v Tara

DH

5pm

Parnells v Gael Londain

PAR

5pm

St.Clarets v St.Kiernans

STC

 League Final will take place on Sunday, 15th September.

 

 

There will be additional Blitzes in the programme:

- All-Britain Competition on Sunday, July 14th in Greenford.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

U-17 Football Development League

All London Clubs are invited to participate.

  • The Tournament will be played at 11-a-side to afford every Club the opportunity to field a team in their own right.
  • A panel will consist of 16 players for each weekend and must be handed in before 1.30 p.m. each week - panels can be changed from week to week. There will be an unlimited use of substitutes throughout the Tournament so players can come on/off.
  • The matches will be played every Saturday night in Greenford (UB6 0NZ).
  • The Tournament will start on Saturday, March 23rd and continue over 4 weekends.
  • The dates are as follows: March 23rd, March 30th, April 6th, April 13th.
  • The Tournament will be run in a Blitz format and the matches will be 10 minutes per half. Each team will play each other each week, with the top two teams progressing to the Final.
  • Points will be awarded for your final position each week e.g. 1st - 10 points, 2nd - 8 points, 3rd - 6 points etc. in the overall League Table.
  • There will be a 'Finals Day' on Saturday, April 13th.
  • The matches will start on the half hour each week (2.00 p.m., 2.30 p.m., 3.00 p.m. etc.). If the teams are late for the starting time then they will suffer a 5 point penalty and the match will be shortened so that the other matches don't fall behind.
  • Every Club will have a minimum of 3 matches each week.
  • Players will be limited to two plays in the matches e.g. one hop and one solo or two solos.
  • If a player receives a YELLOW card, then they receive a 5-minute Sin Bin and the team is down to 10 men for 5 minutes.
  • If a player receives a BLACK card, then they cannot come back on for the rest of the match but can be replaced by a teammate.
  • If a player receives a RED card, then they cannot come back on for the rest of the match and they can't be replaced so the team are down to 10 men for the remainder of the match. The player is also suspended for the next match.
  • There will be a zero-tolerance policy on dissent of any kind from players or management of any Club.

U17 Championship

Quarter-Finals

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

A

Sun 22nd Sept

2pm

v

v

Semi-Finals

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

B

Sun 29th Sept

2 pm

v

C

2 pm

v

Final

No.

Date

Time

Teams

Venue

Referee

D

Sun 6th Oct

2pm

v

 

 

UNDERAGE HURLING FIXTURES 2019

Hurling

CLUB

U8

U10

U11

U13

U15

U17

NOTES

Granuaile

*

*

*

*

Kilburn Gaels

*

*

*

*

Fr.Murphys

*

*

*

*

Thomas McCurtains

*

*

*

*

Modified Rules

 

U8 – First Touch

U10 – Quick Touch

U11 – Smart Touch

Pitch Dimensions:

45 x 40m

60m x 40m

75m x 50m

Posts:

8’ x 5’ / Training poles

10’ x 6’ / Training poles

15’ x 7’

Zones:

3 x 15m

3 x 20m

3 x 25m

Duration:

4 x 3 minutes

4 x 4 minutes

4 x 5 minutes

No. Players:

7-a-side

7-a-side

11-a-side

Lineout:

1 goalkeeper, 2 defenders,

2 midfielders, 2 attackers;

Players to remain in zones during each period of play

1 goalkeeper, 2 defenders,

2 midfielders, 2 attackers;

Players to remain in zones during each period of play

1 goalkeeper, 4 defenders,

2 midfielders, 4 attackers

Players to remain in zones during each period of play

Player rotation:

All players, including the goalkeeper, rotate positions at the end of each quarter

All players, including the goalkeeper, rotate positions at the end of each quarter

Change of positions recommended at half time but not compulsory

Breaks:

Teams change sides at half time (no team talks at 1st/3rd quarter intervals)

Scoring:

1 between outer posts,

2 over, 3 under

2 over, 1 under

1 over, 3 under

Starting the game:

Puck out from goalkeeper

(Toss coin to decide)

Throw-in between one player from each team

Throw-in between two players from each team

Playing the sliotar:

Outfield players – on the ground at all times;

Goalkeeper – may rise or catch the sliotar, take four steps and strike

On the ground;

Catch, or rise into the hand, take four steps and strike;

Not permitted to play the sliotar back into the hand

On the ground;

Catch, or rise into the hand, take four steps and strike;

Not permitted to play the sliotar back into the hand

65s:

15m line

Halfway line

Halfway line

Frees/65s:

On the ground

Struck straight from the hand

Lifted into the hand and struck

Substitutions:

Roll-on/Roll-off

During a break in play

Soloing:

Not permitted

Kicking:

Not permitted

From the hand only

Shoulder challenge:

Not permitted (incidental contact is allowed)

Permitted

(must be shoulder to shoulder)

Additional notes:· Frees may not be taken any nearer to the goal than the last line of cones (15m for U8, 20m for U10, 25m for U12)
· All players must stand at least 10m from any puck out, free puck or sideline
· When a free is given, the player who is fouled must take it; if it is a technical foul then the free must be taken by the nearest player
· When a foul is committed the sliotar must be immediately handed to the player taking the free; if it is not then the free is advanced 5m. The same rule applies if a player complains or argues with the referee. Players are, however, entitled to ask what they have done wrong and referees should explain why they give frees so as to help players develop their understanding of the rules
· Sidelines are taken by the nearest player

 

Go Games Hurling

At each blitz every team will play each other on a round robin basis. Changes may be made to player numbers, pitch size and the duration of matches to allow for maximum participation for all players.

 

Key dates for Hurling fixtures will be: 

Sunday, 12th May: Go Games Blitz at Granuaile from 12 noon

Saturday, 8th June: Go Games Blitz at Thomas McCurtains from 12 noon

Sunday, 30th June: Go Games Blitz at Round Towers from 12 noon 

Sunday, 14th July: All-Britain Competition at Greenford from 12 noon

Sunday, 8th September: Go Games Blitz at Fr.Murphys from 12 noon

 

 

 

 

GAELIC ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

LONDON YOUTH COMMITTEE: REGULATIONS 2018

  1. County Youth Committee Meetings shall be held on the third Monday of each month and shall as far as possible, be arranged so as to avoid clashing with Senior Board meetings. Meeting will start at 8.30pm and finish at 10.30pm.
  2. Each Club will be entitled to one delegate at Youth Committee Meetings.
  3. Clubs shall submit the names of their Officers and Board Delegates to the Youth Committee Secretary by the second meeting of the year.
  4. County team managers will be selected through the Coaching and Games Committee.
  5. County training will be decided by the management team to suit the needs and requirements of the team.
  6. Clubs will be given sufficient notice when players are selected for county teams. To ensure good practise this should be no less than six days.
  7. Eligibility to compete as per the Official Guide.

8. As per London Bye Laws & Regulations. The following needs to be included at Youth level.

XII – Youth Player Registration (a) For a youth player to be eligible to compete for a club in any competitive fixture, the Youth Registrar must receive written details of the player’s registration at least 3 days before the fixture. Registrations should be completed in duplicate showing the following: - Club, Player Given Name at Birth, Address, Date of Birth, and must be signed by both the player and the parent/guardian. Registration forms must be accompanied by two recent passport sized photographs of the player and an original birth certificate (b) each player must also be registered online each year with Croke Park prior to participation in fixtures (c) On completion of registration, the Registrar will provide the club with a signed, embossed photo registration card in a permanently sealed transparent envelope. Registration cards for all competing players must be available on the day of the match so that they can be checked before the commencement of the game. Players for whom cards cannot be produced must provide (i) An Official Registrar’s Receipt and original ID

  1. On completion of registration, the Registrar will provide the club with an Official London Youth Registration card. Registration cards for all competing players must be available on the day prior to any game commencing:

PENALTY FOR NON-COMPLIANCE = LOSS OF MATCH.

  1. Affiliation will be set at the first meeting of the year.
  2. Club Assisting is only allowed at Minor and U21 level at any other ages is against the Official Guide. When a club is unable to affiliate a team at a particular age group, it is permissible for players from that club to link with another club at that age group. This is provided that prior sanction has been obtained from the London Youth Committee no later than the end of April. All players assisting other clubs will be documented with access for all clubs to view.
  3. A Youth Competition control Committee will be appointed by the Youth Committee to decide on all matters relating to fixtures, venues and referees. Decisions made by this Committee will be binding to all clubs. The Committee will appoint one from within its rank to act as Fixtures Secretary, who will be responsible for maintaining an up to date record of all fixtures and results of matches. The Fixtures Secretary will have sole charge of notifying clubs of fixtures. Fixtures – including details of venues and referees – will be made in advance of Youth meetings. Once a fixture is made and ratified by the Board, no changes or postponements will be allowed except in exceptional circumstances.
  4. Referees are to be organised in conjunction with the Chairman of the Adult CCC and the Youth CCC.
  5. As per regulation 3 of the London Bye Laws and Regulations a register must be maintained and audited each year by the Chairman of the Youth CCC. This will include cups, trophies and items held by clubs to ensure the safe keeping and maintenance of GAA memorabilia.
  6. A minimum of 12 Youth games are to be played in Ruislip which will include all Championship finals. (Exceptions will be made during the planned reconstruction of the pitch).

COMPETITION REGULATIONS: Amended November 2013 

  1. Except where the number of participating clubs at the age group is insufficient to make it practicable, clubs shall not be required to participate in a Championship fixture before they have had the opportunity to play at least two league games.
  2. Where necessary, extra time will be played to decide the outcome of matches at knockout stages in League and Championship at all age groups.
  3. In the event that the pitch at the nominated venue is unfit for play, both clubs must cooperate in arranging for the match to be moved to an alternative location.
  4. The restart following a score or a wide in football at U10, U11 and U13 level only, may be taken by the defending player kicking the ball out of the hand.
  5. Postponement of a club fixture on the grounds of players on duty with the County Team will only be agreed where the County fixture requires the release of at least two players from any one club that would otherwise be selected for the club fixture.
  6. No postponement of an U15/U17 fixture shall be granted on the grounds of the club’s involvement in a Senior Board fixture on the same day.
  7. Neutral referees shall be appointed for all Youth CCC. Referees to be paid travelling expenses of £20 this will be met equally by the participating clubs. If the appointed neutral referee fails to attend, then the travelling team shall appoint a referee.
  8. The outline format and arrangements for all underage competitions will be agreed by the Youth Committee. A master fixtures list for all football and hurling league competitions will be approved by the Youth Committee at the start of each season. The management of the fixtures programme, including arrangement of championship matches, will be in accordance with Regulation 13.
  9. In the event of the appointed referee failing to attend a properly sanctioned fixture resulting in no neutral referee being available, the opposing team shall appoint a referee who must submit a written report of the circumstances to the Secretary of the Youth CCC within 7 days of the date set for the fixtures.
  10. The penalty for failing to field for a properly sanctioned fixture without justified cause (which it will be for the Minor Board alone to determine) shall be:

Home Team - £20 to be paid to the travelling team via the Board

Away Team - £10 to be retained by the Youth Committee

  1. The penalty for failing to field at the same age group for two consecutive fixtures shall be eliminated from the competition.
  2. Dates of birth of all participating players must be entered on the team sheet and on any substitute slips.
  3. A team may compete with the following minimum number of players:

U10 - a minimum of 7 players

U11 - a minimum of 9 players

U13 - a minimum of 11 players

All other age groups - a minimum of 13 players

In such circumstances, both teams must start with an equal number of players. 

  1. Medals for all competition winners shall be available to clubs on the day of the final.
  2. All new teams should produce a panel comprising of at least 13 names to ensure valid affiliation, to avoid fixture dates being wasted when teams are unable to field.
  3. The London Youth Committee to insist that once fixtures are made by Provincial Council, dates are not to be changed unless under extenuating circumstances and with the agreement of both clubs.
  4. The Under 10 football and under 11 hurling competitions to be run on a Go Games basis. No Finals, 7-a-side to increase participation by all players, clubs can enter several teams and using smaller pitches. Host Clubs may charge visiting Clubs £30 towards the cost of food (as per amendment 31 January 2010). Go games stipulations as stated

 

U8 Go Games

Playing area 45m x 40m

Zones 15m x 15m x 15m

Playing Time 4 minutes x 3

Football Playing Rule: 7 v 7, 1 Hop 1 Solo, Pick up from the ground player must be on his/her feet when picking up the ball, Players fouled takes free, Goalkeeper must takes kick out, player closest to where the ball goes out of play must take resulting sideline, “45m” taken from half way line

Hurling Playing Rule: 7 v 7, Goalkeeper takes puck out from hand, all outfield players must play the sliotar on the ground at all time, player closest to where the ball goes out of play must take resulting sideline, “45m” taken from half way line, all frees to be taken from the ground, not permitted to kick the sliotar

Scoring: Over = 3 points, Under = 1 point

U10 Go Games

Playing area 60m x 40m

Zones 20m x 20m x 20m

Playing Time 5 minutes x 3

Football Playing Rule: 7 v 7, 1 Hop 1 Solo, Standard pick up, midfielder that passes ball into the attack zones may enter into the zones in support play along with one defender midfielder, when play is stopped both players must return to the middle zone, keeper takes kick out from 10m, player fouled takes free kick,

7 v 7, players allowed raise the sliotar and carry for 4 steps they must then attempt to strike the ball, players are allowed to catch the ball, players fouled takes free, Goalkeeper must take kick out, player closest to where the ball goes out of play must take resulting sideline, “45m” taken from half way line, not permitted to kick the sliotar

Scoring: Over = 3 points, Under = 1 point

U11 Go Games

Playing area 90m x 50m

Football & Hurling Playing games: 11 v 11, 1 Hop 1 Solo (2 plays), All other rules as per the Official Guide.

Playing Time: 10 minutes per half.

U13 Go Games

Playing area 110m x 80m (13m line to 13m line on adult pitch)

Football & Hurling Playing games: 13 v 13, 1 Hop 1 Solo (2 plays), All other rules as per the Official Guide.

Playing Time: 10 minutes per half.

 

U15 and U17 Football & Hurling to be played as per Official Guide can be played at a minimum 13 v 13.