News Category: Ladies Football
Lidl National Ladies Football League Division 1B – Dublin 3-15 Cork 4-11
IN a simply sublime game Dublin held on for a one-point win over Cork in their Lidl National Football League Division 1B clash at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Interview with Tipperary Ladies Footballer Edith Carroll
Edith Carroll feared she would never play again when she was struck down by a gruesome repetitive strain neck injury in pre-season four years ago.
Lidl National Football League Division 1 – Dublin 6-15 Waterford 2-12
Hannah Tyrell marked her return to inter county football in style this afternoon as the Irish rugby international hit 1-5, as reigning All-Ireland champions Dublin convincingly defeated Waterford in Parnell Park.
Lidl National Football League Division 1 – Cork 3-15 Tipperary 2-6
Goals from substitutes Libby Coppinger and Katie Quirke helped Cork pull clear of Tipperary in the second half to claim victory in the opening Lidl National Football League Division 1 clash of the season at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Interview with Clare Ladies Footballer Clíodhna Blake
Life as an elite sportsperson means it’s rare that you take to the field or court without carrying a knock of some variety, but imagine what it’s like to try and play inter-county football while suffering with a chronic illness.
Interview with Cork Ladies Footballer Niamh Cotter
Cork midfielder Niamh Cotter says she is determined to play her part in Cork’s bid for 2021 TG4 Senior Championship honours, but recovering from a serious back injury is her first priority.
TG4 All-Ireland Finalists Dublin and Cork to meet again in 2021 Lidl Ladies National Football League
TG4 All-Ireland Senior finalists Dublin and Cork have been pitted together in Division 1B of the 2021 Lidl Ladies National Football League, which is due to get underway on May 23.
2020 Munster GAA Award winners announced
The 2020 Munster GAA Award winners have been announced with Limerick and Tipperary dominating proceedings with three recipients each.
‘Regrets in 15 or 20 years’ time would be terrible.’ – Limerick captain Niamh McCarthy
Limerick Ladies footballer Niamh McCarthy says she is determined to thrive on the pressures of captaincy this year, as she seeks to lead the Treaty side back to Intermediate football.
GAA President’s Awards 2021
These prestigious annual awards, organised with the support of AIB and broadcast by TG4, affords Uachtarán CLG, John Horan, with an opportunity to acknowledge outstanding commitment and long service across the club and county network.
Kerry’s Aislinn Desmond – For a rural part of Kerry, it is really nice to get the captaincy in both codes
Losing just one game in all of 2020 indicates that Ladies Football in Kerry is in a very healthy state, but ending last year without a medal or Lidl National League promotion makes the wait for the new season to commence agonising for the players.
Covid Restrictions – lmportant Update
It is the view of the GAA’s Covid Advisory group that no on field activity will be permitted – training or games – until Easter at the earliest.