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Triller In Nenagh As Kerry Come Out On Top

Kerry 3-13 Tipperary 2-10 By DARAGH SMALL Sarah Houlihan scored 2-3 as Kerry bounced back from their Munster final defeat to Cork to open Group 1 of the TG4 ladies All-Ireland seniorchampionship with victory over Tipperary at MacDonagh Park in Nenagh. In the only all-Munster tie of the round robin series Eddie Sheehy’s side held a comfortable 2-9 to 1-3 lead at half-time. Houlihan and Andrea Murphy scored the first-half goals for them. Roisin Howard scored Tipperary’s goal in the first-half and when Aisling Moloney did likewise after half-time they only trailed by four points. But Houlihan’s second goal...

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TG4 All-Ireland Qualifiers, Group 2 Rd 1, Armagh 1-11 Monaghan 1-11

Armagh 1-11 Monaghan 1-11 By DECLAN ROONEY Blaithin Mackin launched a stunning comeback for Armagh with a goal eight minutes from time, but they missed a free with the last kick of the game to clinch victory against Monaghan in Clones. Rosemary Courtney’s goal just before half-time looked to have been the difference between the sides, but after Mackin’s goaled, Caroline O’Halon missed the final kick, which gave both teams a share of the spoils. The loss of Aimee Mackin from the full-forward line before throw-in was a big blow for Armagh and when their wides’ tally hit six...

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It’s A Bumper Ladies Football Weekend

Compiled by Jackie Cahill It’s a bumper Ladies Football weekend, with no fewer than 13 games down for decision. The TG4 junior and senior All-Ireland championships get underway, while there are also four intermediate fixtures on Sunday. On Saturday, Armagh face Monaghan in an Ulster derby (12.30pm) before Cavan take on Mayo (2.15pm) in what will be a LIVE TG4 double-header from St Tiernach’s Park in Clones. At MacDonagh Park in Nenagh, meanwhile, Tipperary take on Kerry in an all-Munster clash (1pm) before Waterford face off against Westmeath (2.45pm). The All-Ireland Minor A and B champions will be crowned...

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Joint-Release From LGFA And Camogie Association

The LGFA and the Camogie Association wish to confirm that their respective All-Ireland Semi-Finals will take place on Saturday August 18th. Due to live television broadcast commitments – Camogie with RTÉ and Ladies Football with TG4 – it is not possible for either Association to move their respective fixtures and therefore there remains a possibility that dependent upon which counties reach these fixtures that a fixture clash for some dual players may occur. Whilst both Associations recognise and commend the dedication of all such dual players and work closely together to avoid such scenarios from arising, it is not...

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A Video To Get You In The Mood For The 2018 TG4 All-Ireland Championships

We are back for another bumper season of TG4 All-Ireland championship action! And this promotional video put together by the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) should get you in the mood for what lies in store. The video features Cork defender Melissa Duggan, Galway’s rising star Áine McDonagh, Dublin ace Niamh McEvoy and Donegal’s inspirational skipper Karen Guthrie. These four provincial champions harbour genuine hopes of climbing the Hogan Stand steps on September 16 to accept the Brendan Martin Cup, the big prize on offer for the 2018 TG4 All-Ireland senior champions. Captain Neamh Woods also features from Tyrone,...

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