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#Ladies Football

# ladies-football - Sunday 17 March, 2019

Three goals in 15 minutes helps Mayo lift hopes of semi-final spot with defeat of Westmeath

Peter Leahy’s side picked up the points with a one-goal victory on Sunday in Mullingar.

Galway secure league semi-final berth, while Rebel revival keeps Cork in the hunt

A win next week will earn Ephie Fitzgerald’s side a place among the final four.

# ladies-football - Saturday 16 March, 2019

O'Sullivan and Cotter on the mark as Cork steamroll Donegal at Páirc Uí Rinn

The Ulster side managed just four points this afternoon, none of which came from play.

# ladies-football - Friday 8 March, 2019

Murphy's last-gasp goal for UCD sets up decider against rampant UL

The Dublin and Limerick sides will square off in tomorrow’s Gourmet Food Parlour O’Connor Cup final.

'You can do all three - working, being a mom, playing football'

Wicklow and Foxrock-Cabinteely star Lorna Fusciardi says you shouldn’t give up your hobby because you have a baby.

# ladies-football - Sunday 3 March, 2019

Finn ignites Cork hopes of league semi-final after marauding display against Monaghan

Five goals from five different goalscorers earned the Rebels a comfortable 25-point win in Inniskeen.

Dublin draw on experience to overcome spirited Westmeath challenge and extend winning run

Anna Jones’ scoring display couldn’t inspire an unlikely victory over the champions.

# ladies-football - Saturday 2 March, 2019

Galway see off Mayo and Donegal edge Tipp to maintain 100% league records

The Tribeswomen and Maxi Curran’s Ulster champions are both four from four at the top.

# ladies-football - Friday 1 March, 2019

2017 Player of the Year Healy set for first start of the year as Dublin make 8 changes

The eight Division 1 ladies football sides have shown their hand for the weekend.

'I was blown away, totally overwhelmed. It was completely unexpected'

Eighteen-time All-Ireland champion and Cork legend Rena Buckley will feature on Laochra Gael next Wednesday.

# ladies-football - Sunday 24 February, 2019

Galway and Donegal maintain perfect starts to league campaign as they battle it out at the top

Three wins for three after Galway’s win over Westmeath and Donegal’s defeat of Monaghan.

# ladies-football - Saturday 23 February, 2019

Niamh McEvoy bags 1-5 as Dublin come from behind to beat Mayo

Mick Bohan’s side moved top of Division 1 with victory at Croke Park.

# ladies-football - Thursday 21 February, 2019

'She said, 'It's different... we're crying different tears today' - and we were'

Cork and Mourneabbey star defender Eimear Meaney is hungry for more after 2018.

# ladies-football - Sunday 17 February, 2019

Carey goal seals Antrim win while Nesbitt and Grimes keep Royals' promotion push on course

Three rearranged fixtures from Round 1 in the Lidl Ladies National League took place this weekend.

# ladies-football - Thursday 14 February, 2019

11-time All-Ireland winners 'thrilled' to keep double-headers despite losing Páirc Uí Chaoimh appearance

The Cork ladies will play their league before the men’s footballers at Páirc Uí Rinn due to development work at the main county grounds.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 13 February, 2019

Dublin star Healy applies for transfer to Cork's All-Ireland club champions Mourneabbey

The LGFA’s 2017 Player of the Year is currently working on Leeside.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 12 February, 2019

'It was difficult and emotional but we have to put everything to bed and focus on the year ahead'

Mayo captain Niamh Kelly is one half of the Sister Act spearheading the Westerners’ resurgence in 2019.

# ladies-football - Monday 11 February, 2019

'It’s a real learning curve' - Dublin boss Bohan happy with response after rocky start to league campaign

Dublin were comfortable winners over Tipperary on Sunday afternoon having lost to Donegal at Croke Park last week.

# ladies-football - Sunday 10 February, 2019

Galway, Donegal maintain perfect starts, while Cork cruise to victory against Westmeath

Catch up with all of today’s action from the Lidl Ladies National Football League.

Tipperary hit for six as Dublin get their league defence back on track

Three goals in each half saw the Dubs return to winning ways this afternoon.

# ladies-football - Saturday 9 February, 2019

Returning to lift two All-Ireland titles after a seven-year absence starring at soccer

Dublin star and ex-Ireland international Siobhán Killeen has no regrets after the big switch – and how could she?

# ladies-football - Monday 4 February, 2019

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Huge performance and 1-6 haul for Mayo defender-turned keeper-turned forward

Rachel Kearns continued to prove her impressive versatility on the edge of the square yesterday.

# ladies-football - Sunday 3 February, 2019

Westmeath start strong under new management with 10-point win over Monaghan

Lucy McCartan scored the goal while Leanne Slevin sent over five points in the Division 1 clash.

# ladies-football - Saturday 2 February, 2019

Guthrie and McLoughlin contribute 1-10 as Donegal inflict first defeat on Dublin in 11 months

Karen Guthrie and Geraldine McLoughlin were the key attackers for Maxi Curran’s side.

Captain Leonard points the way as Galway defeat All-Ireland finalists Cork

A six-point win for the away side in the opening round this afternoon.

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.

# ladies-football - Friday 1 February, 2019

'There's something in your heart that tells you that you're not ready to give it up'

Donegal captain Karen Guthrie gets her 14th season of inter-county football underway tomorrow.

# ladies-football - Thursday 31 January, 2019

'Proud' team-mates watching on but 'can't wait' to welcome AFLW stars back to fold

Donegal’s Yvonne Bonner and Mayo’s Sarah Rowe will be big misses in their respective set-ups as the league kicks off.

'Anything's going to be better than last year' - Leitrim back after championship absence

The senior ladies team open their league campaign on Sunday under new manager Gavin Cawley.

'It's in safe hands' - Galway captain ready to build on 2018 under new manager

Tim Rabbitt succeeds Stephen Glennon at the helm as the Connacht champions look to kick on.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 30 January, 2019

Mayo boss Leahy: 'Us men who are involved in a ladies sport need to be protected as well'

Following the 2018 saga, Leahy had quite a lot to get off his chest.

# ladies-football - Monday 28 January, 2019

Rugby and soccer internationals on board as Galway name exciting league panel

New manager Tim Rabbitt has confirmed a 34-strong squad with the Connacht champions looking to build on 2018.

# ladies-football - Friday 25 January, 2019

'It's a huge honour to play dual status - if players want to do it, they should be able to'

Cork star Eimear Scally has hailed recent ‘good and healthy’ decision-making to avoid another dual clash.

# ladies-football - Thursday 24 January, 2019

'Ladies footballers need to be offered more... travel expenses could be a start'

But it’s up to players to ask for more too, says Monaghan midfielder Muireann Atkinson.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 23 January, 2019

'When you mentioned you were going training, people would laugh at you'

Galway’s Siobhán Divilly on how ladies football went from ‘non-existent’ to where it is now and her decision to take a year out in 2019.

'It was clear to see that they were very interested in the Irish players from the get-go'

Monaghan midfielder Muireann Atkinson was one of 11 Irish players on an AFLW trial in Melbourne late last year.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 22 January, 2019

'The onus is on players to produce a spectacle' - Double-headers can show rising standards, says Dublin star

Three-time All-Ireland winner Niamh McEvoy feels it’s the way forward for ladies football.

'Massive shoes to fill' following her sister, a Páirc Uí Chaoimh bow, and that magical club win

Doireann O’Sullivan reflects on an incredible end to 2018 and the perfect start to 2019.

Star Tyrone forward Begley announces inter-county retirement

All-Ireland champion calls it a day ahead of the new National League campaign.

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