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#Ladies Football

# ladies-football - Yesterday’s News

Cavan stage superb second-half comeback to stay senior and send Tipp back down

Aishling Sheridan and sub Lauren McVeety provided the goals in the final ten minutes to seal the famous victory.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 15 August, 2018

Dr Hyde Park the venue for triple-header of intriguing All-Ireland semi-finals

Saturday 25 August is a big one in the ladies football calendar.

# ladies-football - Monday 13 August, 2018

'It’s going to be a fantastic battle' - Dublin ready to face only team to beat them in 2018

Galway enjoyed a 1-17 to 1-15 win over the Sky Blues back in March.

'I put a lot of pressure on myself...I really did feel it coming into this game' - Galway ladies boss

Mayo manager Peter Leahy was optimistic despite the heavy defeat.

# ladies-football - Sunday 12 August, 2018

Champions Dublin blow Kerry away with 18-point All-Ireland quarter-final victory

Sinead Aherne, McEvoy and Hannah O’Neill all hit the net for the winners in Roscommon.

Five-goal Galway power into last four as they put Mayo to the sword

Stephen Glennon’s side were in ruthless form as they advanced through to a first All-Ireland semi-final since 2014.

Galway and Mayo set for repeat of Connacht final with place in last four on the line

Skipper Tracey Leonard says defeats have driven Galway on.

# ladies-football - Saturday 11 August, 2018

Déise avoid relegation decider as Delahunty delivers

Tipperary now face Cavan in a relegation decider.

Monaghan preserve senior status with hard-fought win over wasteful Cavan

Goals from Ciara McAnespie and Muireann Atkinson were the difference.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 7 August, 2018

All roads lead to Dr Hyde Park for All-Ireland quarter-final double-header

Galway face Mayo on Sunday before Dublin and Kerry go head-to-head in the knockout stages.

'It was a strange match for an All-Ireland quarter-final in that it was so lopsided'

Cork ladies handed out a 33-point beating to Westmeath in the TG4 All-Ireland quarter-final yesterday.

# ladies-football - Monday 6 August, 2018

Ruthless Cork put 8-18 past Westmeath to set up mouth-watering clash with Donegal

The Munster champions will play the Ulster winners in the TG4 All-Ireland ladies football semi-final.

'It’s going to be a battle royale between now and September'

Cork’s ladies face Westmeath today – but they’re taking nothing for granted.

# ladies-football - Saturday 4 August, 2018

Delight for Donegal ladies as they book a place in first ever All-Ireland semi-final

A repeat of the Ulster final saw Donegal overcome Armagh once more.

2017 All-Ireland finalists Tyrone seal last four spot with win over Wexford

The Red Hand march on in the TG4 All-Ireland intermediate championship.

# ladies-football - Thursday 2 August, 2018

First 2018 All-Ireland semi-finalists to be decided in all-Ulster clash in Omagh

Donegal and Armagh go head-to-head in Healy Park on Saturday as we hit the business end of the ladies football championship.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 31 July, 2018

Gaelic Grounds to host All-Ireland quarter-final double-header next Monday

11-time champions Cork and Westmeath face off in the main event.

# ladies-football - Saturday 28 July, 2018

Armagh women battle to All-Ireland quarter-final despite classy Cork win

Armagh needed to avoid a defeat of greater than 15 points to progress to the last eight.

Kerry net three, but Donegal keep nose in front to advance to quarter-finals

The Ulster champions held firm to set up a quarter-final clash with Armagh.

# ladies-football - Friday 27 July, 2018

We go again! Dublin and Mayo unveil sides for repeat of 2017 All-Ireland final as championship heats up

The TG4 All-Ireland senior quarter-final pairings will be decided over the weekend.

# ladies-football - Thursday 26 July, 2018

Dublin keeper says Mayo upheaval makes them 'a more dangerous outfit than before'

Ciara Trant will be between the posts as Dublin and Mayo renew their rivalry on Saturday.

No sign of Mayo's 12 departed players returning to panel after 'inconclusive' mediation talks

Mayo are sticking with their current panel as they prepare to face All-Ireland champions Dublin in their second All-Ireland Series game.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 25 July, 2018

Closer look: The state of play of the TG4 All-Ireland senior football championship

Seven of the eight quarter-finalists have been confirmed, but there’s plenty to play for still in the last round of group games.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 24 July, 2018

Dr Hyde Park double-header to see 2017 All-Ireland finalists lock horns once again

It’s the last day of group games in the TG4 All-Ireland senior championship on Saturday.

# ladies-football - Saturday 21 July, 2018

Leonard stars in 16-point win as Connacht champions hit the ground running

Roisin Leonard starred as Galway booked their place in the All-Ireland quarter-finals in Birr on Saturday.

Cork find the net seven times as second-half blitz breaks spirited Monaghan

Ciara O’Sullivan and Saoirse Noonan netted a brace apiece for the Rebels in Birr.

Five-goal Dublin open TG4 All-Ireland championship title defence in style

Noelle Healy was on fire for the reigning champions with 2-5 as they beat Cavan.

0-12 for unstoppable McLaughlin as Donegal get All-Ireland bid off to winning start

Damien Devaney and Maxi Curran’s side are into the quarter-finals after seeing off Tipperary.

# ladies-football - Friday 20 July, 2018

Tribes on top! Galway football is riding the crest of a wave across the board

It’s been a great period of football success in the West.

'Too many times West of Ireland teams shy away from being favourites' - Galway boss Glennon

Galway take on Waterford in the TG4 All-Ireland senior championship tomorrow in St Brendan’s Park.

# ladies-football - Thursday 19 July, 2018

Dubs boss Bohan shuffles pack for All-Ireland championship opener against Cavan

Cork have named an unchanged side meanwhile.

'I went up to Ray Moran in Santry and because of my age he advised against key-hole surgery again'

Cork’s Doireann O’Sullivan renews rivalries with Monaghan on Saturday.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 17 July, 2018

'They’re my friends. Obviously, we’d love to have it sorted and for it not to have to come to this'

Mayo forward Sarah Rowe says she is committed to playing for her county but remains on good terms with the 12 players who left the panel last week.

# ladies-football - Monday 16 July, 2018

11-time All-Ireland winners to feature in intriguing double-header as senior championship heats up

11-time All-Ireland winners to feature in intriguing double-header as senior championship heats up

Birr will host the double-header with Cork taking on Monaghan before Galway face Waterford.

Tipperary boss claims Kerry Super 8s match the reason for dual fixture clash

Dual star Orla O’Dwyer was forced to play two championship games in four hours on Saturday.

# ladies-football - Sunday 15 July, 2018

Trill hat-trick helps Galway land All-Ireland title and deny Cork four in-a-row

A great weekend for the Tribes’ footballers across the board.

Massive double-digit wins for All-Ireland contenders Tyrone and Meath and the weekend's action

A round-up of the weekend’s TG4 All-Ireland intermediate and junior championship action.

'I realised I was finished and I didn't want to leave it go' - From Kerry stalwart to Wexford star

Bernie Breen’s inter-county career has been an interesting one to date.

# ladies-football - Saturday 14 July, 2018

'It is incorrect to state that they have all left for the same apparent reasons' - Mayo boss Leahy

Peter Leahy has issued a statement about the 12 players who left his panel last week.

Westmeath score last gasp free to defeat Waterford and take huge step towards quarter-finals

Leanne Slevin kicked the all-important free for Westmeath.

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