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‘I can go now’ – Cora Staunton

‘I can go now’ – Cora Staunton will leave for Australia on Tuesday with another All Ireland Senior Club medal in her back pocket after captaining Carnacon to victory over Mourneabbey in Parnell Park. “I’m relieved it wasn’t a draw, but today’s not about me, it’s about Carnacon and the girls and winning our sixth All Ireland’, says the Mayo …

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Captains and managers gather at Croke Park ahead of All-Ireland club finals

THE team managers and captains from the All-Ireland junior, intermediate and senior club finalists gathered at Croke Park on Tuesday ahead of next weekend’s eagerly-anticipated fixtures. Cork are represented in all three grades as Aghada will contest the junior decider on Saturday in Crettyard, before Kinsale and Mourneabbey line out at Parnell Park on Sunday in the intermediate and senior …

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Dublin’s Noelle Healy is TG4 senior Players’ Player of the Year

Dublin’s Noelle Healy is TG4 senior Players’ Player of the Year as LGFA announce 2018 All-Star tour destination DUBLIN’S Noelle Healy was named as the 2017 TG4 senior Players’ Player of the Year at the annual All-Stars banquet on Saturday night. The St Brigid’s player, who also collected a third All-Star award, crowned a stellar season by capturing the coveted …

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Dublin lead the way with 6 players on 2017 TG4 All-Star team as Mayo’s Cora Staunton makes history

Mayo team-mates, Cora Staunton, Martha Carter, & Aileen Gilroy arrive at the TG4 Ladies Football All-Star Awards in the CityWest Hotel in Dublin. #TG4AllStars pic.twitter.com/2wsfJn5TFv — Sportsfile (@sportsfile) November 25, 2017 ALL-Ireland senior champions Dublin lead the way with six representatives on the 2017 TG4 Ladies Football All-Star team. It was a night of history at the Citywest Hotel when …

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Cathy Maguire – ‘They’re all talking about Cora coming to town’

By Jackie Cahill WHEN Cathy Maguire declares that next Sunday’s All-Ireland senior ladies club football semi-final is the biggest game of her career, it’s worth sitting up and taking notice. She was Cathy Donnelly before getting married early this year and the hugely-experienced St Macartan’s star lined out in a TG4 All-Ireland senior final for Tyrone back in 2010 at …

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FIVE goals in All Ireland Final!

Is this a record? Galway full-forward Emma Reaney scored FIVE goals in the Aisling McGing All Ireland Under-21 Final victory over Mayo. ‘She’s our little superstar, she’s amazing’, says Player of the Match Michelle Joyce, while manager Stephen Glennon also paid tribute to Reaney. Video by Jerome Quinn Media for the LGFA. Share This:

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Galway storm to Aisling McGing title win

Aisling McGing All-Ireland U21 ladies football final Galway 10-15 Mayo 0-10 by Kevin Moran EMMA Reaney bagged an incredible individual haul of 5-2 as Galway were crowned Aisling McGing All-Ireland U21 ladies football champions for the very first time. The rampant Tribeswomen saw off the challenge of neighbours and Connacht rivals Mayo by a whopping 35 points at St Croan’s …

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Captain Cora’s Crazy Year

Ladies Gaelic Football legend Cora Staunton discusses Carnacon, Croke Park and Christmas on an Australian beach in this feature interview. The Mayo star was speaking after captaining Carnacon to victory in the Connacht Senior Final replay in Ballyhaunis. ‘It was a great advertisement for Ladies Football’, says Staunton who will see out the All Ireland series with her club before …

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Latton win in Liverpool  

See interviews with both John Mitchels Liverpool and Ulster champions Latton after their thrilling All Ireland Intermediate Quarter-final at Greenbank in Liverpool. Joanne Culleton’s late late goal decided the contest in favour of the Monaghan girls, 3-7 to 1-10. Video by Jerome Quinn Media and MQ Video for the LGFA. Share This:

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Play it again Sam !

Tipperary captain Samantha Lambert relives the final whistle joy and the cup lift after beating Tyrone to win the TG4 All Ireland Intermediate Championship in Croke Park. ‘It’s a dream come true’, says Sam after following a proud family tradition. Her aunt Antoinette was on the last Tipperary team to win the Senior crown in 1980. The victory also means …

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