Mayo players Emma Needham and Sarah Rowe celebrate their win against Armagh. Photograph: Sportsfile

Mayo 2-12 Armagh 1-12 Goals in each half from Maria Reilly and Sarah Rowe, combined with a driving performance from the back by Danielle Caldwell hel(...)

Armagh’s Caroline O’Hanlon scored 5-2 in the opening half and 7-4 overall for her club. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Mismatches The calls for a tiered football championship grow louder, it seems, each week, with many commentators referring to the tiered system in hu(...)

Lindsay Peat scores Ireland's opening try against Wales in this year's Six Nations. Photograph: Ian Cook/Inpho

It started out as just a bit of fun, a rule-free spot of reminiscing, a list of 50 memorable moments produced by Irish sportswomen. But then(...)

Donegal’s Karen Gutherie comes under pressure from Galway duo Emer Flaherty and Megan Glynn during Donegal’s away victory.  Photograph: Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

Aimee Mackin led the Armagh charge as Lidl National League Division 1 champions Cork fell to a rare defeat on Sunday. Ephie Fitzgerald’s All-Ireland(...)

Armagh’s Aimee Mackin: teenage forward responded with a goal in first half Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho.

Ronan Clarke’s Armagh made it three wins from three in Division One of the Lidl Women’s National Football League yesterday. Promoted after winning D(...)

Dublin’s Amy Connolly: “To have the chance to actually play in Croke Park, which I’ve never done. It’s what you dream of as a kid.” Photograph: Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

She laughs at how things have changed since she was a child. She got her love of GAA from her father Dermot, but “I don’t think he ever thought he’d h(...)

 Kim Flood (left) in action for Dublin. Flood is a big admirer of Armagh, especially their star midfielder Caroline O’Hanlon. Photograph: Inpho

Such has been Cork’s merciless stranglehold on the All-Ireland football title since 2005, only Dublin’s triumph in 2010 interrupting their reign, you’(...)

Galway’s Tracey Leonard in action against Dublin’s Sorcha Furlong and Kim Flood in their National Football League  Division One  semi-final at  St Loman’s, Mullingar, Co Westmeath. Photograph: Sportsfile

Eamonn Ryan’s Cork are through to an eighth successive women’s National Football League Division One final. Cork moved to within an hour of a third s(...)

Nollaig Cleary, Cork, celebrates with team-mate Geraldine O’Flynn, left, at the final whistle.

Armagh 2-11 Cork 5-16 Eamonn Ryan’s Cork blasted out an ominous statement of intent as they obliterated Armagh by 14 points in Saturday’s TG4 A(...)

Armagh’s Caroline O’Hanlon returns from the Commonwealth Games

Laois marked a welcome return to form with an impressive qualifier victory over Cavan last weekend but the O’Moore County face a huge step-up in clas(...)