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#Ladies Football

# ladies-football - Yesterday’s News

‘We're sorry, but the GAA team actually don't want you to present the boys with the medals’ Cork GAA This post contains videos

‘We're sorry, but the GAA team actually don't want you to present the boys with the medals’

Rena Buckley was speaking at the launch of the 20×20 campaign, which aims to increase media coverage and involvement in female sport.

'We want the best for Mayo' - Players leave the door open for 12 departed team-mates in 2019

Sarah Rowe is happy to draw a line under the row and move on.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 9 October, 2018

Galway boss Glennon steps down after two years in charge and two Connacht titles

‘I am unable to give the role – and these magnificent bunch of players – the 100% commitment and dedication they deserve in 2019.’

# ladies-football - Saturday 6 October, 2018

Carnacon ease to 15-point win in Mayo SFC without eight suspended players

The reigning All-Ireland champions beat Castlebar Mitchels last night.

# ladies-football - Friday 28 September, 2018

Carnacon's 8 departed Mayo players have bans reduced on appeal

The club accepted their €500 fine last night.

# ladies-football - Thursday 27 September, 2018

Irish takeover! Donegal attacking ace Bonner joins Staunton at GWS Giants

‘It’s like a dream,’ Yvonne Bonner said as she signed the AFLW professional contract.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 25 September, 2018

Three-time All-Ireland winner Davey contemplating Dublin retirement

Lyndsey Davey recently collected her third All-Ireland medal.

# ladies-football - Saturday 22 September, 2018

'This opportunity is mad. It'll be a great experience, a once-in-a-lifetime thing'

Tipperary star Aisling McCarthy is one of 11 Irish footballers taking part in an exciting AFLW rookie trial this week.

# ladies-football - Friday 21 September, 2018

# ladies-football - Thursday 20 September, 2018

'Earlier in the year I was dropped for a game, and that was really tough for me' Brush It Off This post contains videos

'Earlier in the year I was dropped for a game, and that was really tough for me'

Competition for places in the All-Ireland winning Dublin team is fierce, but Sinead Finnegan says that if people get offended they brush it off for the good of the team.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 19 September, 2018

'It must come to an end now' - Leahy wants to draw line under Mayo Ladies football saga

The Mayo manager says this will be his final comment on the matter.

Carnacon reinstated to championship but 8 players who left Mayo squad hit with 4-week bans

The club have been fined €500 and eight players have been suspended for four weeks.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 18 September, 2018

'It was like a personal attack that evening': Former Mayo captain gives specifics on welfare issues

Sarah Tierney spoke last night and explained her reasons for leaving Peter Leahy’s panel.

Mayo LGFA break their silence with strong statement in defence of manager Peter Leahy

The statement was released to The42 this afternoon.

'It's amazing' - Dublin star Rowe puts All-Ireland final Hawk-Eye demons to bed

The 24-year-old found the back of the net twice on Sunday in a Player of the Match-winning display.

'Lack of communication, being undermined' - Mayo's 12 departed players explain why they left the panel

They’ve released a lengthy statement saying that the walkout was not due to selection issues.

# ladies-football - Monday 17 September, 2018

'We wanted to do two-in-a-row, I don’t think we would be happy with just the one'

Sinead Goldrick helped Dublin retain their All-Ireland title yesterday.

Dublin's All-Ireland heroes bring the Brendan Martin Cup to Crumlin Children's Hospital

Dublin retained their title yesterday in Croke Park.

'Think of the humour that man brought': All-Ireland final day with the Louth footballers Resilience This post contains videos

'Think of the humour that man brought': All-Ireland final day with the Louth footballers

The Louth ladies met Limerick in yesterday’s junior decider, just months after the death of their manager Micheál McKeown.

'You just want to win. We're just bitterly disappointed and heartbroken'

Yesterday was Cork’s first-ever All-Ireland final loss.

'To beat the standard-bearers, that was really important' - Dublin boss Bohan

The two-in-a-row All-Ireland champions put an end to Cork’s bid for 12 titles in 14 years yesterday.

# ladies-football - Sunday 16 September, 2018

5 talking points as Dublin exact sweet revenge on Cork on All-Ireland final day

The Sky Blues came out on top in an intriguing battle as 50,141 watched on in Croke Park.

Rowe and Aherne inspire Dublin to back-to-back All-Ireland titles for the first time

The champions retained their title against Cork.

Classy Tyrone fire six goals past Meath to lift All-Ireland intermediate crown

Captain Neamh Woods hit a brace as the Ulster kingpins made up for last year’s decider defeat in Croke Park.

As it happened: Dublin v Cork, Ladies All-Ireland football final

We went minute-by-minute as the reigning champions took on the standard-setting Rebels..

Three goals in five first-half minutes sees Limerick land second All-Ireland junior title

Mairéad Kavanagh scored two and provided three goal assists as Limerick hit Louth for five in Croke Park.

'We could have easily given up' - Blues Sisters chasing another day in the sun

Dublin duo Sinéad Finnegan and Niamh McEvoy have their eyes firmly on more All-Ireland glory.

Poll: Who will win today's TG4 All-Ireland senior football final - Dublin or Cork? Judgement Day This post contains a poll

# ladies-football - Saturday 15 September, 2018

'I just needed a break from everything - I needed to go and be different for a while'

Stalwart Siobhán McGrath is enjoying her third coming with Dublin.

'You want to win as much as you ever did, you're more nervous than you ever were'

Since 2008, Cork captain Ciara O’Sullivan has played on All-Ireland day much more often than not.

# ladies-football - Friday 14 September, 2018

2017 All-Ireland final absence stood to Cork in the long run - number one O'Brien

The 11-time champions face Dublin in Sunday’s highly anticipated decider at HQ.

We go again! Dublin and Cork unveil sides for All-Ireland final as 2016 rematch beckons

Dublin and Cork will battle it out once again for the Brendan Martin Cup.

'Micheál's wife asked would I continue on his legacy. That's what I've tried to do'

Darren Bishop’s Louth team do battle in the All-Ireland junior final in Croke Park on Sunday.

# ladies-football - Thursday 13 September, 2018

'I thought football was going to be there forever…then I found out I was pregnant' For The Love Of The Game This post contains videos

'I thought football was going to be there forever…then I found out I was pregnant'

Dublin’s Amy Connolly on balancing football, motherhood, work and college ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland final.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 12 September, 2018

'We're all absolutely honoured to be here for him and in memory of him' Tribute This post contains videos

'We're all absolutely honoured to be here for him and in memory of him'

Louth captain Kate Flood joined us on The Ladies Football Show and paid tribute to their late manager Mícheál McKeown.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 11 September, 2018

'We’ve lost three finals to them': Owens determined to put Cork defeats behind her

Dublin lost three All-Ireland finals to the Rebels between 2014-16.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 4 September, 2018

'No player welfare issues exist': Mayo Ladies issue statement following controversial player departures

The Mayo Ladies senior football squad have fully backed manager Peter Leahy.

# ladies-football - Friday 31 August, 2018

Carnacon hit out at 'impulsive, heavy handed' ban following appeal success

The All-Ireland club champions were reinstated to the Mayo championship last night.

Mayo star Rowe to follow in Staunton's footsteps by joining AFLW side Collingwood

But she remains committed to the Mayo cause.

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