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If a picture’s worth a thousand words, a novel could be written on Michelle Ryan’s time with Waterford ladies football.
I have been approached by a few AFL clubs about going over, but it is not something that suits me at the minute.
Cork ladies football manager Ephie Fitzgerald says he has a fire in his belly again as he sets about plotting a return to the top for his side.
The 2019 Munster GAA Awards took place on Saturday December 7th at the Castletroy Park Hotel, Limerick.
Cork legend Rena Buckley has been honoured with The Croke Park/LGFA Player of the Month award for November.
Tipperary’s Tony Wall and Kerry’s Donie O’Sullivan have secured the Hall of Fame Hurling and Football accolades respectively in the 2019 Munster GAA Awards.
O’Callaghan has been a driving force all year for club and county.
CHAMPIONS Cork will face Westmeath at home in the opening round of 2020 Lidl National League Division 1 Fixtures on Sunday, January 26.
Rena hopes to help her club Donoughmore to All-Ireland Junior Football glory, and claim a 21st national title in the process.
Mourneabbey will get the chance to retain their All Ireland Ladies Senior Football Club title after a hard fought win over Monaghan’s Donaghmoyne.
Fourteen years ago, Síle O’Callaghan was one of the ground breakers for Mourneabbey as they won their first All-Ireland Club title at Junior level.
Mourneabbey (Cork) defeated Ballymacarbry (Waterford) by 2-18 to 4-8 in the Munster Ladies Football Senior Championship Final on Sunday October 27th at Bansha.