This week
3rd December 2023 - 5th December 2023
Champions Kilkerrin-Clonberne and Ballymacarbry set up All-Ireland showdown
It took extra-time to separate the Galway kingpins from Kilmacud Crokes, while Ballymac booked their first decider spot since 1998.
Last week
26th November 2023 - 2nd December 2023
Kilmacud meet familiar faces in Kilkerrin after 'drop-in visits' from All-Ireland champions
Michelle Davoren is hoping to guide the Dubliners to victory in tomorrow’s All-Ireland club semi-final.
Last month
November 2023
McHale the latest in trend of high-profile coaches making switch from GAA to LGFA
Liam McHale has been ratified as Mayo senior ladies football manager on a three-year term.
Liam McHale ratified as Mayo senior ladies football manager for next three years
Appointment follows a protracted process.
Former Kilcar manager takes over Donegal ladies football team
John McNulty is the latest new boss on the senior inter-county scene for 2024.
October 2023
Mourneabbey bow out as Ballymac and Kilmacud to defend provincial crowns
The Banner won a thrilling Munster semi-final showdown this afternoon.
All-Ireland winning minor manager takes over Galway senior footballers
Daniel Moynihan was ratified at a county board meeting last night.
Kilmacud Crokes hold off Na Fianna fightback to go back-to-back in Dublin
Dublin All-Ireland winner Éabha Rutledge starred for the southsiders.
Dublin duo up against Kerry star for Player of the Year award
Six further counties are represented in the nominations for the Intermediate and Junior awards.
How is the LGFA county football manager scene shaping up for 2024?
There has been plenty of movement over the past few weeks.
This year
13 for finalists Kerry, 12 for champions Dublin - 2023 LGFA All-Star nominees revealed
Players from Mayo, Armagh, Cork, Donegal, Meath, Clare, Galway and Kildare also make the 45-strong longlist.
Who have been the best players in the 2023 ladies football championship?
Dublin stars among frontrunners for Player of the Year award.
'We were bullied in Parnell Park': Dublin recover for All-Ireland glory
Mick Bohan’s Dubs powered past Kerry to regain the Brendan Martin Cup yesterday.
Dublin's first-half storm, more heartbreak for Kerry and Tyrrell's crowning moment
The Sky Blues reigned supreme in front of 45,326 fans at Croke Park today.
Dublin dominate Kerry to secure first All-Ireland title since 2020
Hannah Tyrrell starred as Mick Bohan’s side returned to the top table.
Kildare hold off defiant Clare rally to clinch All-Ireland intermediate title
Clare scored two goals in the final 10 minutes, but Kildare held on for a one-point win.
Swail's goal proves decisive as Down are crowned All-Ireland junior champions
Down beat Limerick by two points to secure the junior title and their return to intermediate football.
Who do you think will win today's All-Ireland LGFA senior final?
Dublin and Kerry go head-to-head for the Brendan Martin Cup.
Five key questions ahead of Dublin and Kerry's novel All-Ireland final showdown
Who will lift the Brendan Martin Cup tomorrow?
No changes as Dublin and Kerry unveil sides for All-Ireland final
Throw-in at Croke Park is 4pm on Sunday.
'Dream come true' as Shane Curley named All-Ireland final referee
Curley can now look forward to a historic fixture on his CV as the first final meeting of Dublin and Kerry will mark the 50th LGFA All-Ireland.
Down, Kildare and Clare advance to deciders
Carlow, Wexford and Antrim are edged out at the semi-final stages of junior and intermediate championships.
'People gave out to me for picking a child': From All-Ireland glory at 16, to a World Cup dream at 35
PJ Fahy and Annette Clarke recall the contribution of Niamh Fahey to the Galway Ladies in their 2004 All-Ireland victory.
LGFA: Charter talks ongoing 'contrary to impression portrayed at Oireachtas gathering'
The association say they remain committed to ensuring a charter is in place for the 2024 season.
Fixture details and TV coverage announced for All-Ireland senior quarter-finals
Three Saturday games are in store with one on the Sunday afternoon.
Mayo, Kerry and Cork power into All-Ireland quarter-finals as protests escalate
Laois, Cavan and Tipperary were defeated.
Camogie Association not for budging on fixture clash
Four Cork players affected with clash of ladies’ football and camogie this Saturday.
Playing under protest, Meath's response and Aherne returns for Dublin
It was a dramatic weekend in the LGFA All-Ireland senior championship.
Arthur O'Dea: Female players have spoken, but did we hear them?
The governing bodies have reaffirmed their commitment to integration, but this does not address the players’ concerns.
'It's so infuriating' - Star players hit out at conditions as strike action considered
Inter-county ladies football and camogie panels are playing ‘under protest’.
Ladies' football and camogie panels to play rest of 2023 championship 'under protest'
A statement was released via the GPA and a landmark press conference took place in Dublin.
Ladies football and camogie panels to play rest of 2023 championship 'under protest'
A statement was released via the GPA and a landmark press conference took place in Dublin.
5 key questions ahead of LGFA All-Ireland senior championship throw-in
Dublin v Kerry is a standout opening-round fixture.
All-Ireland champions Meath announce new interim manager
Davy Nelson’s shock departure was announced last Sunday evening.
All-Ireland champions Meath on the hunt for new manager after Davy Nelson's shock departure
The Royals begin their All-Ireland series against Waterford on Sunday 25 June.
15 games live on TV in All-Ireland ladies football championship
The senior action commences on 17 June.
Boost for Armagh as injury fears eased for star forward, Cork AFLW ace opts out
Early signs are positive for Aimee Mackin, while Erika O’Shea has departed the Cork panel.
Here are the groups for the 2023 All-Ireland ladies football championship
Holders Meath are pitted against Donegal and Waterford.
Cork retain Munster crown as Donegal dethrone Armagh in Ulster
The Rebels defeated Kerry on a scoreline of 5-14 to 2-17.
Dublin down All-Ireland champions Meath again to lift 10th Leinster title in-a-row
Goals in each half from Kate Sullivan propelled the Dubs to victory.