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#Ladies Football

# ladies-football - Yesterday’s News

# ladies-football - Tuesday 15 January, 2019

'The leader in that role for so many years' - Dublin star salutes Cork's 11-time All-Ireland champion

Niamh Collins’ words on recently-retired Rebels legend Bríd Stack epitomise the mutual respect between the sides.

11-time All-Ireland champions Cork set for first ever competitive outing in Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Ephie Fitzgerald’s side will play two National League games at the main county grounds as part of double-header fixtures.

# ladies-football - Friday 11 January, 2019

More good news as Munster championship double-headers announced

Munster GAA and LGFA have teamed up as 2019 looks set to bring more than ever.

# ladies-football - Thursday 10 January, 2019

Dublin ladies set for two Croke Park league outings as Mayo double-header confirmed

The back-to-back All-Ireland champions will also face Donegal at HQ.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 9 January, 2019

Lighting up the ladies football scene: Six young players to watch in 2019

You’ll be hearing a lot about these rising stars in the coming months.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 8 January, 2019

'I just don’t think it was very fair' - Dublin star Healy critical of Varadkar's comments on medics

Dublin’s three-time All-Ireland winner Noelle Healy balances her inter-county career with work as an anaesthetist.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 1 January, 2019

Poll: Who will win the All-Ireland ladies football final in 2019? Predictions This post contains a poll

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?

# ladies-football - Thursday 27 December, 2018

'It was't acceptable' - Making history with a ladies football only centre of excellence

Armagh LGFA are building their field of dreams.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 26 December, 2018

Quiz: How well do you know your ladies football from 2018?

Test your memory with these 10 questions.

# ladies-football - Sunday 23 December, 2018

From exhilarating highs to gut-wrenching lows: 2018, the year A Star Was Born

From a dream debut and huge championship to a devastating injury, Saoirse Noonan had a whirlwind 2018.

# ladies-football - Saturday 15 December, 2018

The Dublin side that won a championship title without a single Dub - but with an Argentinian star

With 20 different counties and five countries now represented, St Brendan’s have a very unique story.

# ladies-football - Thursday 13 December, 2018

Dublin's first All-Ireland winning manager takes over as Carlow ladies football boss

Carlow have announced the appointment of Donegal native Gerry McGill for the 2019 season.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 11 December, 2018

18-time All-Ireland winner Corkery commits to Cork camogie for 2019

The Cloughduv player returned to the Cork panel before the All-Ireland semi-final this year but will be involved from the beginning of the new season.

# ladies-football - Monday 10 December, 2018

Dummy solos, both feet, what a finish - we'll never tire of watching this incredible goal Magic This post contains videos

Dummy solos, both feet, what a finish - we'll never tire of watching this incredible goal

Her side lost out in the All-Ireland junior club final yesterday, but Tourlestrane’s Katie Walsh had a moment of magic.

# ladies-football - Saturday 8 December, 2018

Plenty of history made as Mourneabbey end long wait for All-Ireland glory

5 talking points on the newly-crowned All-Ireland senior club champions and the 2018 showpiece.

Ireland international scores astonishing 5-4 as Clontarf secure All-Ireland Intermediate title

Siobhan Killeen’s display propeled Clontarf towards an historic Club Championship title at Parnell Park.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 5 December, 2018

From a 'GAA blackspot' unable to field an adult team to the brink of All-Ireland glory

Pat Ring’s Foxrock-Cabinteely are one step away from topping a remarkable journey.

# ladies-football - Sunday 2 December, 2018

Sinéad Aherne named Player of the Year as Dubs scoop seven LGFA All-Stars

Aherne beat Lyndsey Davey and Ciara O’Sullivan to the main prize.

# ladies-football - Saturday 1 December, 2018

Poll: Two Dubs, one Rebel - Who deserves to be named Player of the Year tonight? Top Three This post contains a poll

Poll: Two Dubs, one Rebel - Who deserves to be named Player of the Year tonight?

Dublin duo Sinéad Aherne and Lyndsey Davey and Cork’s Ciara O’Sullivan are in the running for the award.

# ladies-football - Friday 30 November, 2018

First woman to ever score a point in Croke Park to be inducted into LGFA Hall of Fame

Marie Crotty won five All-Ireland medals with Waterford and eight Munster titles during an illustrious career.

# ladies-football - Thursday 29 November, 2018

Before clashing in All-Ireland club final, key forwards scoop prestigious awards

Mourneabbey’s Doireann O’Sullivan and Foxrock-Cabinteely’s Amy Ring took the LGFA Player of the Month accolades.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 28 November, 2018

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.

# ladies-football - Monday 26 November, 2018

Fixture details confirmed as Cork, Dublin, Monaghan and Sligo clubs eye All-Ireland glory

Mourneabbey and Foxrock-Cabinteely face off in the senior final on 8 December.

# ladies-football - Sunday 25 November, 2018

Continuity is key as top two secure services of their exceptional managers once again

All-Ireland winning bosses Mick Bohan and Ephie Fitzgerald are staying on with Dublin and Cork respectively.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 21 November, 2018

Cork stick with All-Ireland winning manager Fitzgerald for fourth season

Ephie Fitzgerald delivered the Brendan Martin Cup in his first year in charge in 2016.

All-Ireland winning boss commits to Dublin for new two-year term

Mick Bohan was appointed to the role in December 2016.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 20 November, 2018

'If it helps one girl or one boy, then talking about it has been completely worth it'

Dublin star Nicole Owens reflects on opening up about her personal struggles and sharing her story over the past year.

Ahead of national club final, 2017 All-Ireland winning boss lands Tipp job again

Tipperary ladies football manager Shane Ronayne is staying on for the next two years.

# ladies-football - Sunday 18 November, 2018

O'Sullivan sisters hit 0-11 to lead Mourneabbey into fourth All-Ireland final in five years

Doireann and Ciara O’Sullivan were on fire for the Cork club.

Dublin champions Fox-Cab hit last-gasp goal to book their place in All-Ireland final

The Dubliners will face Mourneabbey in the decider on 8 December.

'I know myself with injury, it’s hard to feel a part of it when you haven’t really participated in the win'

Kilkerrin-Clonberne captain Louise Ward ready to give sidelined sister Nicola one more day out before the season’s close as Mourneabbey clash looms.

# ladies-football - Saturday 17 November, 2018

Monaghan star McCarron bags 2-3 as Emmet Óg defeat British champions to book All-Ireland final spot

Emmet Óg will contest the All-Ireland intermediate club final next month after beating Edinburgh-based side Dunedin Connollys.

'Amelia was only born and they were onto me to get back out!' - Balancing motherhood and football

Cathriona McConnell’s Donaghmoyne face Foxrock-Cabinteely in the All-Ireland club semi-final tomorrow.

# ladies-football - Friday 16 November, 2018

'We’re able to find the right balance between me being their team-mate and their teacher'

Mourneabbey skipper Bríd O’Sullivan is leading six students into their All-Ireland semi-final battle.

# ladies-football - Thursday 15 November, 2018

Eyes peeled! 8 players to watch in this weekend's All-Ireland club semi-finals

The Dublin, Cork, Monaghan and Galway champions are all in action.

# ladies-football - Thursday 8 November, 2018

Mayo ladies football manager Peter Leahy to remain in charge until 2021

After a difficult 2018, Leahy was re-appointed earlier this week.

# ladies-football - Wednesday 7 November, 2018

After taking over in tragic circumstances this summer, Louth boss re-appointed for 2019

Monaghan man Darren Bishop will remain at the helm.

# ladies-football - Tuesday 6 November, 2018

The race is on! Dublin, Cork, Monaghan and Galway clubs vying for All-Ireland glory

A closer look at the ladies football club championships: the state of play and the fixtures that lie ahead.

Big switch! Ex-Mayo ladies football boss named new Dublin camogie manager

Frank Browne takes over for 2019.

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