Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald has made four changes to the team that defeated Mayo as the Leesiders look to maintain their 100% record in Division 1 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League.
Reigning champions Cork proved too strong for Tipperary in their Lidl National Football League Division 1 clash at Ardfinnan with goals in each half from Áine O’Sullivan the difference between the sides.
When the sides met at Páirc Uí Rinn in last year’s League campaign, Tipperary claimed a famous win.
Tadhg Coakley on all things new at Páirc Ui Chaoimh Saturday night
Ephie Fitzgerald has made two changes to his Cork attack for today’s TG4 Munster Senior Championship clash with Kerry (Páirc Uí Rinn, 5pm).
This fixture is part of a double-header at the Cork city venue, and precedes the Munster GAA SFC semi-final between Cork and Limerick at the same venue (7pm).
Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald has made three changes to his starting team for Sunday’s Lidl National League Division 1 Final clash with Galway – as the Leesiders chase a 12th top-flight crown.
Rival captains Niamh Kelly and Doireann O’Sullivan have both highlighted the significance of tomorrow’s Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 clash between Mayo and Cork.
The result may be a setback from a Cork perspective, but in the greater scheme of things, a significant step forward in Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday as Cork’s ladies footballers got to share the stage with their male counterparts for the first time.
Dunboyne 2-13 Kinsale 2-12: A 54th-minute point from midfielder Dee Blayney was the difference at Parnell Park yesterday, when Dunboyne claimed their first-ever LGFA All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship title in a dramatic encounter against Kinsale.
Dee Blayney’s 54th-minute point proved the winner as Meath’s Dunboyne captured the All-Ireland intermediate ladies club football championship at Parnell Park today.
A “rollercoaster” journey which has brought the town together “like I’ve never seen it before”.
Carnacon and Mourneabbey will contest the All-Ireland ladies senior club football final at Parnell Park on December 3.
Cork 2-19 Dublin 4-9: John Cleary hailed the composure of his leaders as Cork retained their All- Ireland Ladies Football minor A championship crown at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park in Longford yesterday.
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