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  • Cavan Cruise Past Laois July 22, 2017
    Cavan 2-17 Laois 1-10 AISLING Doonan and Claragh O’Reilly posted an impressive tally of 1-11 between them as Cavan easily accounted for Laois in this afternoon’s TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship preliminary round clash in Ashbourne.  Cavan’s victory moves them onto a round 1 qualifier clash with Munster runners-up Waterford next weekend, while the […]
  • Meath Minors Battle Past Roscommon July 17, 2017
        Meath minors qualified for the All Ireland Minor B Final after a tough game against Roscommon. Meath had claimed their first ever All Ireland B title last year against the same opposition. Meath did not have it all their own way and the Roscommon team made them fight hard. Roscommon opened the scoring […]
  • Galway and Cork Progress to Minor Decider July 17, 2017
      CORK, under the guidance of John Cleary and Tom Scally, remain on course for a third successive All-Ireland ladies minor A football championship title. The Rebelettes saw off a spirited Tyrone outfit in Saturday’s Mullingar semi-final – and they’ll now meet Galway in next month’s decider.    Cork had to work hard for a […]
  • AIB Crowned First Interfirms Cup Champions July 15, 2017
    The sun shone down in Naomh Mearnóg in Portmarnock for the inaugural LGFA Interfirms Tournament and everyone was treated to an exciting day of football right up until the final whistle as it took 30m kicks to seperate the teams in both the Cup and Shield Finals. The 9 companies that took part were Accenture, […]
  • First LGFA Interfirms Blitz set to Take Place July 14, 2017
    Nine companies are ready to take to the field in Naomh Mearnóg tomorrow as the first LGFA Interfirms All Ireland Blitz is set to take place.  The 7 a side tournament will see the 11 teams split into 2 groups with the top team from each group going forward to contest the final with the […]
  • LGFA and TG4 Launch 2017 Championship and announce Scores Assistant July 13, 2017
      The 2017 TG4 Ladies All Ireland Football Championships were launched today at Croke Park as all 32 counties were represented at the venue that will host the TG4 Junior, Intermediate and Senior All Ireland finals on September 24th.   Cork will defend their TG4 Senior All Ireland title when they meet Monaghan on August […]
  • Important: LGFA Evetting Website Maintenance July 11, 2017
    Please note the LGFA Evetting System is down for maintenance from Wednesday the 12th of July 2017 from 7am.   The LGFA Evetting System will be live from 10am  Wednesday the 12th of July 2017   Apologies for any inconvenience caused
  • Kerry and Tipp Claim TG4 Munster Titles July 10, 2017
    TWO late points from attacker Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh sealed TG4 Munster ladies senior football championship glory for Kerry in Mallow on Saturday afternoon.  With the sides level late on, flame-haired ace Ní Mhuircheartaigh took matters into her own hands to drag the Kingdom across the line, as they ran out 1-14 to 3-6 winners against […]
  • Dynamic Dublin Not to be Denied in Leinster July 10, 2017
        DUBLIN are TG4 Leinster ladies senior football champions for the sixth successive season. The Sky Blues demolished Westmeath by 3-18 to 0-8 in Sunday’s provincial decider at Netwatch Cullen Park in Carlow. Mick Bohan’s charges had the damage done in the first half, as they established a 3-8 to 0-3 interval lead. Dublin […]
  • Sun Beams Down on Hugely Successful All Britain Games July 10, 2017
    Over 250 girls, ranging in ages between 9 to 16 years of age and representing 12 ladies football clubs across Britain participated in a fun filled day of ladies Gaelic football in sun soaked Greenford, London on Saturday at the All Britain Championships Games (ABC’s). The 22 teams from these clubs played at Under 12, […]

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  • Antrim Add All-Ireland Winning Manager To Hurling Backroom Team July 25, 2017
    Antrim look set to add a stellar name to their hurling backroom staff in the near future with the addition of former Tipperary manager Liam Sheedy. The Irish News are reporting that the 2010 All-Ireland winner is set to link up with the Antrim management team on a loose basis for the 2018 season. Although […]
    Simon O'Keeffe
  • John Leahy Identifies One Tipperary Weakness Michael Ryan Must Address July 24, 2017
    Tipperary march onto the All-Ireland semi-final where they will face Galway, but they were made to fight for a laboured win over Clare on Saturday in Páirc Uí Chaoimh. There are certainly positives for Premier boss Michael Ryan, but some aspects of the win will certainly have worried him. Speaking to The 16th Man podcast, Tipp […]
    Brian Barry
  • Davy Fitzgerald’s Excitement For Remainder Of Championship A Complete Contrast From 2016 July 24, 2017
    The 2017 championship season is over for Wexford and Davy Fitzgerald, as Waterford, Cork, Tipperary and Galway are left to battle it out for the Liam MacCarthy Cup. Fitzgerald has been in the news this week for his post-match comments in response to criticism from Michael Duignan and Henry Shefflin. Speaking after the game, he […]
    Brian Barry
  • Eoin Larkin Column: Wexford Lacking Plan B, And Tipperary Have Changes To Make July 24, 2017
    Waterford’s win over Wexford was an exciting game, but skill level wasn’t what you would expect from an All-Ireland quarter-final. We all knew going into it that it was going to be a battle of the sweepers, and that it wasn’t going to be the most aesthetically pleasing spectacle. What it came down to was […]
    Eoin Larkin
  • Waterford The Big Outsiders In All-Ireland Hurling Championship Betting July 24, 2017
    Following two rather underwhelming quarter-finals at the Páirc Uí Chaoimh curtain-raiser last weekend, we now know the final four teams in the race for this year’s Liam MacCarthy Cup. Clare troubled Tipperary at times on Saturday afternoon, but were ultimately no match for the reigning All-Ireland champions – the Premier’s All-Star forward line were phenomenal. […]
    William Dunne
  • Watch: Does Tadhg De Búrca Deserve To Miss Waterford’s All-Ireland Semi-Final? July 24, 2017
    Waterford’s Tadhg de Búrca was sent off in the 66th minute of their All-Ireland quarter-final, which will see him miss their next game if the decision isn’t overturned. Waterford were beating their opponents comfortably at the time before Tipperary referee Fergal Horgan showed the defender a straight red card for an off the ball incident. The […]
    William Dunne
  • Opinion: Despite What Some Experts May Feel, Cillian O’Connor Is A Marquee Forward July 24, 2017
    Following on from a stunning extra-time win over Cork on Saturday, Mayo have reached the business end of the All-Ireland championship yet again, and the Westerners have a lot to thank their talisman Cillian O’Connor for. Twenty-five year-old O’Connor has been a household name for several years and there is good reason for it. The […]
    William Dunne
  • Draw For All-Ireland Hurling Championship Semi-Finals Made July 24, 2017
    The draw has been made for the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals. Following wins for Tipperary and Waterford in Páirc Uí Chaoimh this weekend, Cork and Galway were lying in wait in the All-Ireland semi-finals. After successful provincial campaigns for The Rebels and The Tribesmen, they must now compete following a five-week break. This morning, […]
    Brian Barry
  • Davy Fitzgerald Blasts Two RTÉ Pundits In Passionate Post-Match Press Conference July 23, 2017
    Waterford defeated Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford today in the second All Ireland Hurling Quarter-Final to be held at the new redeveloped Pairc Uí Caoimh to secure their passage into this year’s All Ireland Senior Hurling Semi-Finals. The final score read 1-19 to 1-23 in the Deise’s favour and they will join Cork, Galway and Tipperary in […]
    Sean McMahon
  • Five Talking Points As Waterford Muscle Past Wexford In Dire Quarter-Final July 23, 2017
    Waterford march onto the All-Ireland semi-final. They will join Cork, Galway and Tipperary in tomorrow’s draw. Sweepers everywhere It was widely anticipated that Wexford and Waterford would deploy sweepers, and this could turn the game into a stalemate. Kevin Moran’s first half strike looked to be the only goal of the game, and neither side […]
    Brian Barry

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