Dublin’s Niamh Collins dejected after defeat. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Dublin LGFA have released a statement confirming that they will not be appealing Sunday’s All-Ireland Ladies senior football final defeat to Cork. C(...)

Ephie Fitzgerald celebrates his side’s victory at Croke Park. Photograph: Sportsfile

Sunday’s All-Ireland senior football final will not be replayed according to Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald. His team overcame Dublin by one point to(...)

Cork’s Annie Walsh consoles Dublin’s Niamh McEvoy after the women’s All-Ireland football Final at Croke Park. Photograph: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

The #ChangeTheRecord campaign worked a treat, with a crowd of 34,445 turning up at Croke Park, the highest attendance ever for the women’s football Al(...)

The Dublin team left dejected after the game. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Dublin manager Gregory McGonigle has confirmed that the Sky Blues will consider an appeal after Carla Rowe had a legitimate first half point disallowe(...)

Dublin’s Sinead Aherne and Cork’s Rena Buckley battle for possession in last year’s All-Ireland final. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin and their manager Gregory McGonigle face a monumental psychological battle against Cork in tomorrow’s All-Ireland final. Derry native McGoni(...)

Sinead Goldrick scored the only goal of the first half for Dublin against Westmeath. Photograph: Inpho

Gregory McGonigle’s Dublin claimed a fifth successive TG4 Leinster ladies senior football championship crown yesterday. The Dublin side demolished W(...)

Briege Corkery: Cork dual star can make history with a win over Dublin in final at Croke Park. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho.

Apart from a blip in 2010 when they lost to Tyrone in the quarter-finals, Cork have been nothing less than invincible in Gaelic football for just o(...)

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(...)

Cork women’s manager Eamonn Ryan has made a single change as he looks to guide his side to a fifth consecutive All-Ireland football championship. Photograph: Inpho

Both defending champions Cork and Dublin have made a single change to their starting line-ups ahead of Sunday’s Women’s All-Ireland football final at (...)

Player-of-the-match Sinead Goldrick, excellent in the Dublin half-back line. Photograph: Inpho

Dublin 2-12 Westmeath 0-11 Gregory McGonigle’s Dublin have captured a fourth successive TG4 Leinster ladies senior football crown – but not wi(...)

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