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(...)

Cork’s Rena Buckley lifting the  O’Duffy Cup. There are certain things in life like taxes and death, but you can add  Buckley winning an All-Ireland medal to that list.  Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

Andrea Pirlo reflected in his book I Think Therefore I Play about the infamous Liverpool comeback against AC Milan in the 2005 Champions League final,(...)

Cork captain Rena Buckley greets supporters on the South Mall as the All-Ireland camogie champions return to the city. Photograph: Provision

Hundreds of supporters thronged Cork’s South Mall on Monday night to welcome home the camogie team who clinched a record 27th All-Ireland in dramatic (...)

 Cork team celebrate after beating Kilkenny in the All-Ireland senior camogie final. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

There’s been a bit of the wounded lion about Cork’s camogie team through the years, rarely more dangerous than when there’s talk of them no longer pos(...)

 Cork’s Rena Buckley and Anna Farrell of Kilkenny will face off in Sunday’s All-Ireland senior camogie final at Croke Park. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

All-Ireland senior camogie final: Kilkenny v Cork, Croke Park, Sunday, 4.0 (RTÉ 2) The sense that Kilkenny overtook Cork in last year’s All-Ireland f(...)

Cork’s Orla Cotter celebrates scoring a goal. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Cork 2-9 Galway 1-9 Cork withstood a frantic last-quarter rally from Galway to return to the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie final for t(...)

Katie Taylor of Ireland celebrates winning her bout against Sofya Ochigava of Russia. Photograph:  Scott Heavey/Getty Images

Throughout the week, on our amble through memorable moments produced by Irish sportswomen over the past 30 years, we went from 50 to 11 - no(...)

Paudie Murray: “The group stage is really about getting results and we’ve two from two,” said the pleased  Cork manager. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Cork 1-27 Limerick 0-11 Cork manager Paudie Murray sounded an understandably positive note after Cork turned around their Munster final defeat to Lim(...)

Waterford’s Aileen Wall impressed as her team beat Cork. Photograph: Inpho

Waterford secured a sensational six-point victory over reigning TG4 Munster and All-Ireland ladies senior football champions Cork on Sunday afternoon.(...)

Jamie Clarke: opted out for the entire 2016 season but re-established himself during Armagh’s league run this year. Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

Jamie Clarke will make his first championship start for Armagh since 2015 when starting at corner forward in Sunday’s Ulster football quarter-final ag(...)