A 53rd-minute goal from Devon Hill proved pivotal as St Joseph’s, Rochfortbridge overcame Coláiste Eoin by two points in their Top Oil Leinster Schools Senior ‘A’ Football Championship semi-final in Leixlip yesterday.
IT WAS written about an old ruin in Co Wexford but it may as well have been written for any other place.
A record-breaking crowd of 56,114, but the fare they bore witness to won’t live long in the memory as Dublin needed just five scores to secure a third consecutive All-Ireland ladies football title
Róisín Leonard came up with the winning free for Galway as they booked their place in the TG4 All-Ireland Championship senior final for the first time since 2005 with victory over Mayo at Croke Park.
Tracey Leonard scored 1-5 as Galway negotiated the dreadful conditions and a stiff challenge from Waterford to advance to the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final where they’ll face rivals Mayo.
Galway came from behind at O’Moore Park in Portlaoise to secure a hard-earned victory over Kerry in Group Three of the TG4 All-Ireland SFC.
Galway captain Tracey Leonard said that Galway learned their lessons to overcome Mayo in the Connacht SFC Final in the LIT Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.
Tracey Leonard fired goals in each half as Galway claimed their third TG4 Connacht Ladies SFC title in a row, but they needed to fend off a strong Mayo comeback to claim the win in the first Connacht final staged in Munster.
A dominant second-half showing delivered Cork ladies football a 12th Division 1 league crown.
Galway manager Tim Rabbitte wants to see his side hit new heights against Cork in the Lidl National Football League Division 1 final after they eased past Donegal in the last four.
Galway’s outstanding form this spring continued as they burst out of the blocks against Donegal and easily secured their place in the Lidl Ladies NFL Division 1 final, their first time to reach that decider since 2015.
Tracey Leonard played a captain’s role as her six points fired Galway to a sixth TG4 Connacht senior title in the last seven years and to victory over arch rivals Mayo at MacHale Park.
Galway came from ten points down to stun Mayo in yesterday’s Connacht Ladies SFC final at McHale Park in Castlebar.
Galway’s powerful showing in the first period of extra-time dumped the holders, Sligo, out of the Connacht Junior Championship in last night’s quarter-final at Kilcoyne Park, Tubbercurry.
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