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Lidl National Football League Division 3 & 4 Final Previews

Credit: Jerome Quinn Media Sunday, April 30th Lidl National Football League Division 4 Final Longford v Wicklow, Clane, 2:00pm (N. McCormack) Clane will host the meeting of Longford and Wicklow in a very highly anticipated match. These two teams dominated the League stages in Division 4 as they finished in the top 2 places. Longford emerged victorious when they met ... Read More »

Lidl National Football League Final Fixtures

The Lidl National Football League Division 3 and 4 Finals take place this Sunday in Clane. Wicklow and Longford will get the action underway at 2:00pm when they meet in the Division 4 Final and that will be followed by the meeting of Wexford and Tipperary in the Division 3 Final. Both matches will be televised live on TG4. Sunday, ... Read More »

McLaughlin and Stack look to final

Cork and Donegal will contest the Lidl National League Division One Final on Sunday week after their respective semi-final wins over Dublin and Galway. It will be Cork’s tenth successive Final and Donegal’s first ever. Their hero, captain Geraldine McLaughlin with four goals, says ‘it’s a dream’ to quality for the decider. 2016 Player of the Year Brid Stack made her first ... Read More »

Cavan to meet Westmeath in Division 2 Final

by Jackie Cahill CAVAN and Westmeath will battle it out for promotion from Division 2 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League on May 7. Top-flight football in 2018 is the big prize on offer for both counties, after they emerged comfortable winners from their respective semi-finals on Sunday. Westmeath saw off Leinster rivals Laois by 2-17 to 1-10, before ... Read More »

McLaughlin on fire

McLaughlin & McGonagle on absolute fire . Donegal mean business! pic.twitter.com/UENJjeQbG5 — Jen Murphy Sketches (@JenJen_Murf) April 23, 2017 Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 semi-final Donegal 5-11 Galway 1-7 By Jackie Cahill at Markievicz Park, Sligo DONEGAL’S dynamic duo of Geraldine McLaughlin and Yvonne McMonagle put Galway to the sword in this afternoon’s Lidl Ladies National Football League ... Read More »

Cork inflict knock out defeat on Dublin

Credit Jerome Quinn Med Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 semi-fina Cork 1-16 Dublin 0-13 By Jackie Cahill at Nowlan Park, Kilkenny ORLA Finn and Eimear Scally combined for 1-10 as holders Cork qualified for a tenth successive Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 final. The Rebelettes continue to hold the Indian Sign over rivals Dublin, as they ... Read More »

Lidl National Football League Division 1 & 2 Semi Finals Previews

Saturday 22nd April 2017 Lidl NFL Division 1 Semi Final – ET if Necessary SF2: Cork v Dublin, 3.30pm, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny, (N McCormack) There are fewer teams that know each other better than Cork and Dublin who have locked horns regularly in the League and Championship in recent years. They renew their rivalry this weekend in the Lidl Division 1 ... Read More »

‘Hugely important’ LGFA programme – Cora Staunton

Ladies Football legend Cora Staunton has hailed a new LGFA initiative as ‘hugely important’ in keeping teenage girls involved in the sport. ‘Gaelic4Teens’ saw an 8-week pilot programme culminate in a day of talks, coaching and games in Croke Park for nine clubs from nine different counties, including Valley Rovers from Cork who have seen a remarkable turnaround in involvement. ... Read More »

LGFA Host Innovative Teenage Workshops

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association hosted the final part of the inaugural Gaelic4Teens programme. 9 clubs from 9 different counties attended Croke Park on Tuesday where players aged from 15-17 years were able to learn from some of the very best players in the game including Cora Staunton (Mayo), Orlagh Farmer (Cork), Sharon Courtney (Monaghan) and Cliodhna O’Connor (Dublin). The ... Read More »

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