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Report from Leinster Convention

January 25, 2021
Leinster LGFA Convention Is A Virtual SuccessHeld on Sunday January 24, 2021Report by Aisling Cleary (Leinster PRO)History was made on January 24th last, as the 2021 Leinster LGFA Convention took place remotely on Microsoft Teams. Owing to the current Covid-19 Pandemic and current restrictions, the annual meeting was forced online.Having served his three-year term, Dominic Leech stood down from the President’s position with President-Elect, Trina Murray ascending to the position.In his fin..

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AFLW to be broadcast on TG4

January 22, 2021
Australian Football League Women's (AFLW) to be broadcast on TG4TG4 have announced that the station will broadcast weekly matches and highlights from the upcoming Australian Football League Women’s (AFLW) season.The NAB AFL Women’s Competition begins on the last weekend of January with fourteen teams battling it out over twelve weekends to see who will reach the Grand Final in April.The agreement between TG4 and the Australian Football League (AFL) will see matches being broadcas..

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Mick Bohan Reappointed Senior Manager

January 19, 2021
Dublin LGFA club delegates this evening have ratified Mick Bohan as the Dublin senior manager for the 2021 season. Bohan took on the Dublin job for a 2nd term in Jan 2017, since then he has lead Dublin to 4 All Ireland’s, 3 Leinster titles & 1 NFL title. 

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Eamon Ryan RIP

January 15, 2021
Eamon Ryan (RIP) January 14th 2021 All in Dublin LGFA echo the sentiments in President Marie Hickey's press release and wish to express our sincere condolences to the family, friends and to all in Cork LGFA on the passing of Eamon. LADIES Gaelic Football Association President Marie Hickey has paid tribute to former Cork Senior team manager Eamonn Ryan, who has passed away.Eamonn guided Cork to ten TG4 All-Ireland Senior titles and nine National League Division 1 crowns during his s..

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Sinead Goldrick award winner

January 14, 2021
Congratulations to Dublin and Foxrock Cabinteely Sinead Goldrick who today was named as the joint winner of the Irish Times Sportswoman of the month award for December 2020 alongside Kilkenny Camogie player Aoife Doyle. 

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Remembering Bloody Sunday

December 21, 2020
After the Dublin Ladies footballers claimed a fourth TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship in a row yesterday (SUNDAY), they took a moment out of their celebrations to lay a wreath on Hill 16 in memory of those killed on Bloody Sunday 100 years ago.Captain Sinéad Aherne was joined by Muireann Ní Scanaill for the ceremony, with one of Ní Scanaill’s fifth class students at Gaelscoil Bhrian Bóroimh in Applewood a descendent of Jane Boyle, the only woman killed that d..

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Children’s Hospital Appeal

December 21, 2020
Crumlin & Temple St Children’s Hospitals Appeal - The Dublin players are saddened that they cannot visit the wonderful children & staff of Crumlin and Temple St hospitals this year with the Brendan Martin cup owing to COVID-19 restrictions.Over the last three years the girls really enjoyed meeting everyone and where always made feel so welcome by patients and staff alike. Hopefully we can come visit in person with Brendan when it’s safe for all to do so!We are ..

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Match report Dublin v Cork

December 20, 2020
TG4 All Ireland Final Match Report Dublin 1-10 Cork 1-5By DECLAN ROONEYDublin won their fourth TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship in a row as a powerful second-half display and Carla Rowe’s penalty got them past Cork at Croke Park.A goal from Áine Terry O’Sullivan early on gave Cork a brilliant start, but despite leading by three points at the interval, they could only add two second-half points as Dublin took charge.Rowe’s 35th minute penalty gave Dublin a lead th..

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Dublin Team named for All Ireland Final

December 18, 2020
Dublin Team announced ahead of All Ireland Final Dublin have named their starting 15 for this Sundays Christmas All Ireland Final showdown with Cork.  Mick Bohan has made just one change to his sides starting 15 that overcame Armagh in the semi -final with Niamh McEvoy replacing Sarah McCaffrey in the forward line. McCaffrey who moves down to the Dublin bench scored two vital goals when introduced as a second half substitute in the 2017 All-Ireland final victory over Mayo and coul..

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Noelle Healy Interview

December 16, 2020
Interview by Stephen Findlater As featured in the Dublin Gazette Fighting on the frontlines both at work and in sport, Noelle Healy admits there was a degree of “trepidation” when it came to throwing herself fully back into All-Ireland senior championship push.A trailblazer in Dublin’s breakthrough era, the St Brigid’s star has been an ever-present over the last decade from the maiden 2010 glory to the latest series of seven All-Ireland finals in succession, includin..

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