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Dublin Take Seven In A Row TG4 Leinster Titles

Dublin 5-11 Westmeath 2-8 Dublin ladies football manager Mick Bohan said his players were not concerned about winning a seventh TG4 Leinster ladies SFC, but were just keen to kickstart the defence of their All-Ireland title against Westmeath yesterday (SUNDAY). Two goals from Niamh McEvoy and a 1-5 haul from Sinead Aherne ensured Dublin were always in control at Netwatch Cullen Park, despite Aoife Connolly’s wonder goal for Westmeath before the interval. Noelle Healy and Lyndsey Davey also found the net before the break for Dublin, who now face Mayo – a repeat of last year’s TG4 All-Ireland final...

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Shane O’Neill’s Club Notes

U14 Féile – A Brilliant Week-End The club had a brilliant U14 Féile week-end with our own girls taking part in the tournament whilst also hosting the U14 girls from Claremorris, Co. Mayo. The Claremorris players, management and parents arrived at the club mid-afternoon on Friday following their long journey from the west to be greeted by our own U14 girls’ contingent and committee members. After a short pit-stop both teams headed for Killeavy to play their first group games of the competition. Both teams played against Naomh Eoin from Carlow and Armagh team Ballyhegan and recorded differing results...

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Sub Thompson Bags Herself A Hat-trick As Galway Advanced To All-Ireland Final

All-Ireland minor A Ladies Football semi-final Galway 6-12 Cavan 4-13 (After extra-time) From Gary Connaughton Substitute Aoife Thompson bagged a hat-trick of goals as Galway advanced to the All-Ireland Minor ‘A’ Ladies Football final after a thrilling five-point extra-time victory over Cavan in Moate. It will be the Connacht side’s fifth final appearance in six years, when they lock horns with champions Cork on July 15. Cavan, hoping to reach their first final since 1980, raced into a three point lead within the opening five minutes, a period which included an excellent solo score from full-forward Shanise Fitzsimons, who...

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All-Ireland minor A Ladies Football semi-final

Cork 5-15 Dublin 2-11 From Jackie Cahill Fiona Keating bagged a hat-trick as champions Cork put themselves within sight of a fourth successive All-Ireland minor A Ladies Football title. Keating, the 2017 Munster Young Player of the year, lit up a scorching MacDonagh Park in Nenagh as Cork saw off dogged Dublin by a flattering 13-point margin. Goals proved crucial for clinical Cork as they eventually pulled away from the Sky Blues, while the young Rebelettes also had a stellar display from Emma Cleary, daughter of team manager John. Cleary scored eight points, including three from play, as Cork...

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