PAUL ROUSE: The long battle towards equality for ladies' football

Women’s Gaelic football has made huge strides but even more must be made before there is equality, writes Paul Rouse.

Mary Jo Curran, Kerry in action in the All-Ireland Ladies Football final against Wexford in Croke Park in 1989. Picture: Ray McManus

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