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# lgfa - Monday 16 October, 2017

'I'd be definitely, really considering it. I'm going to head to Australia and suss the place out'

Mayo star Sarah Rowe confirms she’s weighing up a move to Aussie Rules, but has not yet signed a deal Down Under.

# lgfa - Saturday 12 August, 2017

This Aimee Mackin strike might just be the goal of the weekend Wonderstrike This post contains videos

This Aimee Mackin strike might just be the goal of the weekend

Armagh lost against Kerry – but this was sensational.

Fourth time lucky? Dublin into All-Ireland semis after comfortable win against Waterford

Runners-up in the last three seasons, Dublin will face either Kerry or Armagh in the ladies football semi-finals.

# lgfa - Thursday 13 July, 2017

Hawk-Eye to be made available at Ladies All-Ireland football finals this year

Referees will also be able to use video footage to determine a score during televised championship games.

# lgfa - Sunday 25 June, 2017

Dublin fire eight goals in 28-point demolition as they advance to sixth Leinster final in-a-row

Captain Sinead Aherne scored 3-4 as the reigning provincial champions blew Laois away.

# lgfa - Sunday 4 June, 2017

Waterford stun holders Cork to book place in TG4 Munster Ladies SFC final

The All-Ireland champions will have to beat Kerry next time out to join them.

# lgfa - Sunday 16 April, 2017

Taking goalkeeping tips from Shay Given videos and chasing the All-Ireland dream

Monaghan goalkeeper Linda Martin has returned to the county fold after taking a year out.

# lgfa - Tuesday 7 March, 2017

'Until the same respect is shown to the women’s game, nothing will change'

Camogie star Mags D’Arcy calls on the GAA to take the women’s games under its wing.

# lgfa - Sunday 4 December, 2016

Catriona McConnell inspires Donaghmoyne to back-to-back titles for the first time

The Monaghan club beat Foxrock-Cabinteely to win their fifth All-Ireland senior title.

Galway's Annaghdown come from behind with inspiring second half performance to claim title

They defeated Armagh side Shane O’Neills in the intermediate All-Ireland final.

180 minutes of All-Ireland finals: Niamh Collins is relishing her third of the year

Foxrock-Cabinteely make their first senior All-Ireland final appearance today against Donaghmoyne.

# lgfa - Saturday 3 December, 2016

Dublin panellist Olivia Leonard shines as St Maurs win All-Ireland junior title

Cork All-Star Orla Finn’s five points wasn’t enough as Kinsale lost by two.

'The more you win, the more you want to win': Donaghmoyne target their fifth All-Ireland

Captain Amanda Casey is hoping to lead the Monaghan club to back-to-back senior titles for the first time on Sunday.

# lgfa - Friday 2 December, 2016

From Junior E to All-Ireland senior club finalists: The meteoric rise of Foxrock-Cabinteely

Sarah Brophy spoke to The42 ahead of her side’s first senior All-Ireland appearance on Sunday.

Galway and Connacht champions hoping to put 'the cherry on top' of an incredible year

Niamh Duggan’s Annaghdown are in bonus territory, but determined to take home the intermediate All-Ireland title on Sunday.

# lgfa - Sunday 13 November, 2016

In pics: The 2016 TG4/LGFA All-Star awards

Take a browse through the photos from last night’s ceremony.

6 for Cork, 5 for Dublin - here's the LGFA All-Star Team for 2016

Brid Stack named Senior Players’ Player of the Year.

# lgfa - Sunday 23 October, 2016

Cora Staunton scored 2-11 today as she won her 15th Connacht club title

Leitrim champions Kiltubrid were on the wrong end of a 32-point defeat in the Connacht final.

# lgfa - Friday 7 October, 2016

Unstoppable Cork dominate All-Star list after their latest All-Ireland triumph

Champions receive 11 nominations, with eight going to runners-up Dublin.

# lgfa - Thursday 6 October, 2016

Injured after winning her 10th All-Ireland, Geraldine O'Flynn started to see things differently

Cork ladies star decided by early summer that she wouldn’t feature in this year’s championship.

# lgfa - Monday 26 September, 2016

Dublin will not appeal for an All-Ireland final replay

“Very disappointed” Dubs congratulate Cork on their All-Ireland six-in-a-row.

'We're All-Ireland champions and that's that' - Cork manager rules out replay

“Dublin kicked 16 wides yesterday so they have to look at themselves as well,” says Ephie Fitzgerald.

# lgfa - Sunday 25 September, 2016

Lovely moment as 'Kildare's biggest fan' helps captain to collect All-Ireland trophy

After consoling Pauric Mahony earlier this summer, Jennifer Malone was on the steps of the Hogan Stand today.

Controversy in Croke Park as Dublin 'point' waved wide by the umpire

Cork win All-Ireland final by a point – but Dublin aggrieved at first-half score that was waved wide.

Goalkeeper Mary Hulgraine the hero as Kildare claim first-ever intermediate crown

The Lilywhites were one-point winners against Clare in Croke Park.

# lgfa - Saturday 24 September, 2016

What would you do to win an All-Ireland? Cork captain played final with a damaged cruciate

“Everybody would do anything they could to play in an All-Ireland final,” says Ciara O’Sullivan. “I was just lucky.”

'It was just too hard for me to play so I took a step back'

Dublin’s Sinéad Finnegan determined to topple Cork after missing out on 2010 All-Ireland win.

# lgfa - Friday 23 September, 2016

The day the Dublin Ladies turned the screw

Gerry McGill’s Dublin side found a way to banish their All-Ireland ghosts in 2010. Now they need to do it again on Sunday afternoon.

# lgfa - Sunday 26 June, 2016

Leinster and Munster ladies football final pairings confirmed

It’ll be Dublin v Westmeath and Cork v Kerry.

# lgfa - Saturday 18 June, 2016

Major shocks in Ulster Ladies football semi-finals as Monaghan and Cavan advance

Armagh and Donegal had been expected to advance.

# lgfa - Monday 18 April, 2016

Armagh slam 'total incompetence' as five-way tie for Ladies Football semis causes confusion

Controversy as Kerry progress to final four at Armagh’s expense.

# lgfa - Sunday 21 February, 2016

Armagh continue 100% start, ruthless Limerick score 13-29 in Ladies Football League

Armagh beat Ulster rivals Monaghan, while there was a remarkable scoreline in Division 4.

# lgfa - Friday 22 January, 2016

'The amount of people who are aware of it now, it's just amazing' - LGFA defend Ladyball ad

LGFA President Marie Hickey defends the controversial campaign.

# lgfa - Friday 15 January, 2016

Ladyball creators come clean after controversial ad campaign goes viral Game Is Up This post contains videos

Ladyball creators come clean after controversial ad campaign goes viral

Lidl and the Ladies Gaelic Football Association teamed up to promote issues in women’s game.

# lgfa - Monday 28 December, 2015

Pick it out! 12 of the best scores from this year's Ladies' Football action Highlight Reel This post contains videos

Pick it out! 12 of the best scores from this year's Ladies' Football action

Rena Buckley, Cora Staunton and Geraldine McLaughlin all feature in the best of 2015.

# lgfa - Sunday 6 December, 2015

'We're playing every match for him': Donaghmoyne's loss drive them towards All-Ireland glory

The Monaghan giants take on Cork’s Mourneabbey in today’s All-Ireland senior club football final.

# lgfa - Sunday 22 November, 2015

Experience key as Mourneabbey and Donaghmoyne book final places

The sides will meet in the senior decider in Parnell Park on 6 December.

# lgfa - Wednesday 21 October, 2015

Cork's dual All-Ireland winners nominated for Players' player of the year award

Briege Corkery and Rena Buckley are nominated for the prestigious individual honour.

# lgfa - Sunday 27 September, 2015

Simply the best! Sensational Cork ladies are All-Ireland champs for 10th time in 11 years

Magnificent Rebels beat Dublin by two points to clinch ANOTHER five-in-a-row.

# lgfa - Wednesday 23 September, 2015

The biggest women's sporting event in Europe could be in Croke Park this Sunday

LGFA hoping to draw 30,000+ to Croke Park as Cork and Dublin meet once again.

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