Tadhg Coakley on all things new at Páirc Ui Chaoimh Saturday night
ET tu ladies? It wasn’t so comprehensive at Croke Park yesterday that this Dublin team is an empty-your-wallet shoo-in for All-Ireland domination for decades to come, like Gavin’s galacticos.
Dublin 3-11 Cork 1-12
Cork’s perfect All-Ireland final record is no more. It was inevitable that defeat would eventually darken our door some September Sunday - you were just hoping it wouldn’t be yesterday, writes Valerie Mulcahy
13 years on and three acquaintances are in the running for TG4 Ladies Football All-Star Awards at the Citywest Hotel tonight.
Mental fortitude. That’s their secret. Or part of it, at least.
Clare’s Niamh O’Dea netted two goals in University of Limerick’s O’Connor Cup semi-final victory over DCU, as the champions remain on target for a third successive title win.
This was special, arguably the most special of the bunch.
Cork will contest their 11th Division 1 National League title in 12 years having denied Kerry in Dromcollogher yesterday.
When Róisin O’Sullivan held aloft the O’Connor Cup in March of 2012, UCC’s first in 22-years, the expectation was the Western Road nursery would enjoy a prolonged stay at the summit of third-level ladies football.
Cork 2-13 Dublin 2-12
We thought they were gone.
TG4 ALL-IRELAND LADIES SFC FINAL:
Cork 1-9 Dublin 2-4
Kerry 1-8 Cork 1-7
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