# Dublin Ladies

Last year
# Royal appointment
Tyrrell strikes late as Dublin hand All-Ireland champs Meath a first league defeat
Dublin won 1-9 to 1-8 to clinch top spot in Division 1B.
# emphatic
Tyrrell hits 1-9 as holders Dublin score 12-point win over Cork
Mick Bohan’s side were in complete control of the tie at Croke Park.
All time
# On the box
600,000 viewers tune in to watch Meath Ladies win thrilling All-Ireland final
The senior decider proved to be a hit with TV audiences.
# on the radar
5 players to watch out for as Meath aim to stop Dublin's Drive for Five
The sides will contest for the Brendan Martin cup this Sunday.
# Peil na mBan
'Nothing to fear... all to play for': Máire Ní Bhraonáin predicts a tense Dublin v Meath clash
And as her second year as presenter of Ladies Football coverage on TG4 comes to a close, Ní Bhraonáin reflects on the journey so far.
# LGFA Championship
Dublin and Cork in ruthless form to book places in All-Ireland quarter-finals
All-Ireland champions Dublin were 17-point winners against Waterford, while Cork beat Tipperary by 19 points.
# Rule Book
'I still don't understand why Eimear Scally's goal was disallowed. It's just disappointing'
Some of the refereeing decisions from Cork’s Division 1 final against Dublin were criticised in the aftermath of the game.
# Healing Hands
'To have her in the dressing room again is brilliant' - retired Dublin star making impact felt in different capacity
Having called time on her inter-county career in April, Noelle Healy is now the team doctor.
# on the hunt
'More focused' Dublin hoping to add second league title to All-Ireland four-in-a-row
Dublin captain Sinéad Aherne explains how the unique circumstances of this year’s league has helped her side.
# Getting there
'We won't know until we've beaten them' - Cork captain feels gap closing on Dublin as league final looms
Martina O’Brien was speaking ahead of the decider clash between the sides on Saturday.
# Top Bins
'She tore us apart that day' - Ex-Ireland rugby star making impressive impact for Dublin
The former Ireland rugby international has made an impressive impact for Dublin during the league.
# breakout star
All-Ireland and Dublin glory, a first All-Star and club history - highlights from 'the year of Covid'
2020 was a year to remember for Dublin midfielder Jennifer Dunne.
# five in a rowe
No departures so far with Dublin all in for Drive for Five, says Player of the Year nominee
Carla Rowe: ‘Obviously it is not about the five-in-a-row, but your goal is to win an All-Ireland every year.’
# Drive For Five
Dublin's four-in-a-row All-Ireland winning boss staying on for 2021 season
Mick Bohan has brought plenty of success to the capital since taking charge for the second time in 2017.
# On The Verge Of History
'It's very much a role that is shared' - Dubs captain on cusp of being first ladies four-in-a-row captain
Sinéad Aherne and Cork legend Juliet Murphy have both skippered their counties to three-in-a-row success.
# Peak 2020
'He said, 'The Curragh was off today but then again, horses are valuable'' - preparing for Christmas in Croker
Mick Bohan’s Dublin booked their seventh All-Ireland final appearance in-a-row yesterday – but this one will be very different.
# Home Is Home
'We were watching the final at 4 in the morning' - 2017 All-Ireland hero back to serve Dubs
Sarah McCaffrey spent some time living and working in New Zealand between 2018 and 2019.
# Ladies Football
Leinster to stage uneven ages championships in 2021 'to accommodate players who lost out this year'
There will be no underage ladies football inter-county championships in Leinster in 2020 despite outrage from the Dublin minors – but there will be U15, U17 and U19 competitions next year.
# health and safety first
'You don’t want to be putting players and families at risk' - Dublin star backs Gaelic games stance
Éabha Rutledge on the situation going forward, her experience with work and training and the impact of AFLW on ladies football.
# on the frontline
'Everyone is very much involved in this' - The Dublin All-Star doctor on duty in Temple Street Hospital
Noelle Healy shares her experience through the Covid-19 crisis.
# Urgent Message
Messages from 'worried members' prompts Dublin LGFA plea to not organise training sessions
A blanket ban has been imposed on all GAA activity until 29 March.
# Changes
'We won't have another match until July' - Dublin face long wait between league and championship
The All-Ireland champions are unlikely to reach the Division 1 final.
# Ladies Football
Four-goal Galway beat the Dubs in repeat of All-Ireland final
Westmeath won their first game since last April, while Waterford and Tipperary shared the spoils.
# Double Headers
'Until this comes under one umbrella it will never really work' - Bohan
Dublin ladies boss Mick Bohan has reiterated his call for a union between the male and female codes.
# clean slate
Concern after Leinster championship scrapped, as Dublin boss dismisses talk of dominance
2020 is a season of change in ladies football.
# Blues Sisters
Dublin's underperformance 'took a little bit away' from three-in-a-row achievement
Martha Byrne and her team-mates defeated Galway by 2-3 to 0-4.
# Have your say
Poll: Who’ll win the 2020 All-Ireland ladies football championship?
Can anyone stop Dublin from winning four-in-a-row?
# going again
'If Mick stays, I can't see any of us going anywhere,' says Dublin selector Casey
The 2011 All-Ireland champion believes Mick Bohan staying at the helm of the three-in-a-row winning Dublin ladies is key.
# Picture this
Dublin's All-Ireland heroes visit Crumlin Children's Hospital with the Brendan Martin Cup
Smiles all round as a fine tradition continued.
# the team behind the team
'Three minds working for the wellness of a player is always better than one': Inside Dublin's three in-a-row bid
Dublin ladies team doctor Dr Katie Lydon, physio Antia O’Brien and performance nutritionist Kate McDaid are fuelling the All-Ireland champions’ three in-a-row bid.
# the dubs
Champions Dublin book All-Ireland quarter-final spot with 25 point win at Parnell Park
Mick Bohan’s side enjoyed a comfortable afternoon against Monaghan.
# following suit
'Cluxton has changed the game and set the bar higher for everyone' - Dublin ladies keeper Trant
Mick Bohan’s netminder is pleased to learn from the six-time All-Ireland champion.
# the dubs
Goals from Aherne and Woods help impressive Dublin end Galway's unbeaten record
Mick Bohan’s side reclaimed top spot in the table by virtue of their superior points’ difference.
# time out
A return to hockey for 2017 All-Ireland winner and stepping back from Dublin's three-in-a-row bid
Molly Lamb won’t be playing with Dublin this year but is looking forward to captaining UCD at the O’Connor Cup this weekend.
# The Challenge
Chasing the champions - four big contenders for Dublin's crown in 2019
Mick Bohan’s charges will have a major target on their back this year.
# nutrikate
From 'feeding the hunger' of the All-Ireland champions to gunning for her own basketball glory
Dublin LGFA and Longford GAA nutritionist Kate McDaid leads an extremely busy life.
# Predictions
Poll: Who will win the All-Ireland ladies football final in 2019?
Can Dublin complete the three-in-a-row, will Cork reclaim the Brendan Martin Cup or will see a dark horse causing an upset in the new year?
# Fixture List
We go again! All-Ireland champions Dublin begin league defence with home tie against 2017 finalists
The 2019 Lidl Ladies National League fixtures have been announced.
# lights camera action
From 'not a chance' to covering the cost of post-training meals: How 'Blues Sisters' got the green light
Dublin manager Mick Bohan explains the agreement reached to document his side’s 2017 championship campaign.
Owens strikes late to send Bohan's Dublin into league final
The All-Ireland champions will face Mayo in next month’s decider.