# Ladies GAA

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Galway v Mayo, Ladies All-Ireland semi-final
Join us as we bring you all the minute-by-minute action from Croke Park.
# drama aplenty
Mayo come from 12 down and bag two added-time goals to draw with relegated Monaghan
Elsewhere in the last round of the Lidl Ladies National Football League, Westmeath beat Tipperary.
# Old Foes
Cork gain some revenge on Dublin but All-Ireland finalists to go again in league last four
The Rebels won today but the sides meet again in two weeks time.
# Support
'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.
# don't ask don't get
'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.
# On the up
'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.
# Land down under
'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.
# captain call
'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.
# Lilywhites
Kildare follow Dublin's lead and confirm one sponsor across four codes
Brady Family Ham are on board until 2023.
# dub star
'That's something people can get lost in... at the end of the day it is our hobby'
Dublin star Niamh Collins leads a busy life, both on and off the pitch.
# step by step
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.
# repeat the feat
'John Kiely passed on his best wishes to us' - Limerick boss Ryan hopes hurling magic rubs off
Louth are their opposition in the All-Ireland junior ladies football final on Sunday.
# revenge mission
2-4 for Aherne as dominant Dublin set to defend All-Ireland crown against Cork
The Sky Blues beat Galway by seven points in Dr Hyde Park.
# Back once again
Finn and Noonan goals the difference as Cork power back into All-Ireland final
The Rebels beat Donegal as their quest for a 12th title in 14 years continues.
# survival sunday
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.
# mark it down
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.
# Red Hands Rule
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.
# Business end
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.
# Business end
Closer look: The state of play of the All-Ireland senior camogie championship
The final group games take place across the country on Sunday.
# two games one day
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.
# triller
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.
# ladies football wrap
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.
# switching things up
'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.
# walked out
Mayo rocked by departure of 10 players including Staunton ahead of All-Ireland championship opener
It’s understood the departed group are citing player welfare issues.
# Road to Croker
Clones and Nenagh double-headers to kick TG4 All-Ireland senior championship off in style
We’re in for an extremely busy weekend of ladies football.
# Follow Journeys
Ready to go! Goodbye Leaving Cert, hello crazy summer of Gaelic football and soccer
Irish international and Cork football star Saoirse Noonan has an update on her hectic life in her weekly column.
# cora
Game Changer - The first autobiography from a female Gaelic games star is coming
Cora Staunton is set to share her story.
# cora
'She's absolutely flying' - Staunton back with Mayo for a remarkable 24th season
Mayo manager Peter Leahy confirmed the news to The42 today.
# Kingdom
Reigning champions Kerry impress in Killarney to set up Munster final decider with Cork
Goals in either half from Sarah Houlihan and Andrea Murphy capped a confident Kerry performance at Fitzgerald Stadium.
# ringing the changes
Top two! Dublin and Mayo unveil starting teams for Sunday's league final showdown
The highly anticipated Parnell Park clash is a repeat of the 2017 All-Ireland senior final.
# Super Sunday
Dublin-Kerry Croke Park date no longer a double-header because of colleges clash
The O’Connor Cup final is at 4pm on Sunday – the same time as the Dublin and Kerry men face off at HQ.
# tough break
Cora Staunton explains how the Aussie Rules opponent who broke her nose only got a one-match ban
The AFLW discipline system looks mainly at how injured the player is.
# weekend round-up
Three from three for All-Ireland champs Dublin while 2017 runners-up Mayo edge Galway
A full round-up of the weekend’s ladies football league action across the four divisions.
# Round-Up
Hefty wins for Tipp and Meath as Cavan and Armagh share the spoils after thriller
Elsewhere across the Lidl Ladies National Leagues, there were wins for Waterford, Kildare and Limerick.
# opening up
'I remember actually crying and thinking, 'I'm never going to play for Dublin again''
Dublin’s Amy Connolly shares her story.
9 All-Ireland winners to start for Dublin Ladies in league opener against 2017 finalists Donegal
The starting teams have been named for all the first round Division 1 fixtures this weekend.
# to the max
The familiar Donegal face who has stepped up to take charge of the senior ladies side
Maxi Curran hopes that his past experiences can help ladies football and shares some current thoughts on Gaelic games across the board.
# linked in
2011 Dublin All-Ireland winner looks set to join reigning champions' coaching ticket
If ratified at a Dublin LGFA meeting next month, Paul Casey will work as defence coach with Mick Bohan’s side.
# Call it
Poll: Who will win the Ladies All-Ireland senior football title in 2018?
Can Dublin retain their crown, will Cork climb the steps of the Hogan Stand once again or will we see new All-Ireland champions?
# raise the bar
How well do you know your camogie from 2017?
Test yourself with these 10 questions.