Cora Staunton

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Mayo manager Peter Leahy says there was no player welfare issue in his squad. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Mayo ladies football manager Peter Leahy has claimed the reason why 12 players left his panel mid-season is because they weren’t happy with his select(...)

Carnacon players celebrating their All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football Championship victory in December 2017. Photograph: Oisín Keniry/Inpho

All-Ireland senior women’s club football champions Carnacon will not be able to defend their title following the shock decision to remove them from th(...)

Cora Staunton is among a number of Mayo players to depart the squad. Photograph: Inpho

The Mayo Ladies senior football squad has been rocked by the departure of approximately 10 players from the panel ahead of their All-Ireland SFC quali(...)

Carnacon’s Cora Staunton with Cathy Ann Stack, Ciara O’Sullivan and Ellie Jack of Mourneabbey. Photograph: Oisín Keniry/Inpho

So the Cora Staunton story rumbles on, into a new sporting sphere and on to a new continent, but not before she guided her club Carnacon to a sixth Al(...)

Carnacon’s Cora Staunton kisses the Delores Tyrell cup before lifting it. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Carnacon (Mayo) 0-15 Mourneabbey (Cork) 1-10 This could only end one way. The clock ticking down, the kids in the crowd counting backwards from 10 an(...)

Dublin’s Noelle Healy and Lydsey Davey celebrate at the final whistle after the victory over Mayo in the  All-Ireland final  at Croke Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

There’s a terrific moment in the early minutes of Cormac Hargaden’s film on the Dublin ladies football team, Blues Sisters. It’s half-time in their L(...)

Cora Staunton scored 1-7 on Sunday for her club. Photograph: Inpho

Carnacon (Mayo) 3-14 St Macartan’s (Tyrone) 0-8 Cora Staunton scored 1-7 as five-time winners Carnacon booked their place in a first All-Ireland ladi(...)

Dublin celebrate with The Brendan Martin Cup after beating Mayo. Photograph: Inpho

Ladies football champions Dublin have been acknowledged with 12 All Star nominations, while Division 1 league winners Cork have been honoured with nin(...)

The Dublin-Mayo women’s final attracted a record attendance of  46,286 – but the women’s wing of the GAA can still run their house better. Photograph:  Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

It was halfway through the second half of the All-Ireland ladies football final and Mayo, three points behind but still very much in the game, had lau(...)

 Dublin players celebrate following the  Ladies All-Ireland senior football final win over Mayo at Croke Park. Photograph:  Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile **

They weren’t leaving it to a one-kick game this time. You lose three All-Ireland finals in a row by an accumulated total of four points, it tends to(...)

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