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Goldrick and McEvoy heading to Oz

October 02, 2019
ALL-IRELAND WINNING DUBLIN duo Sinéad Goldrick and Niamh McEvoy are the latest inter-county stars heading to the AFLW, bringing the number of Irish players confirmed for the 2020 season to 18.Dublin duo Niamh McEvoy and Sinéad Goldrick have landed professional contracts (Source: Melbourne FC).The recent three-in-a-row champions have put pen to paper at Melbourne FC, becoming the club’s first female international recruits.One of the best defenders in the country, six-time All-..

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Who is Eabha Rutledge

October 01, 2019
WHO IS EABHA RUTLEDGE ....By DARAGH SMALL Eabha Rutledge went from the forwards to the backs and No 30 to No 2 in the space of 12 months as she helped Dublin to All-Ireland glory.It was a remarkable transformation in a brilliant year for the Kilmacud Crokes sensation, who soon became a lynchpin of the Dublin defence. Rutledge had won her first TG4 All-Ireland senior medal before she played a single minute of championship football, quite the wait considering she made her Dublin debut against..

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13 Dubs nominated for All Stars

September 23, 2019
2019 TG4 Ladies Football All Star nominees revealed WITH the dust settling on another record-breaking season of Ladies Football Championship action, the 45 nominees for the 2019 TG4 All Star team have been revealed.Senior champions Dublin, who made history by claiming a third successive title in front of a record 56,114 attendance at Croke Park, lead the way with 13 nominations.There are nine nominations each for Galway, the 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Finalists, and Mayo, who were beaten by their..

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Three in a row for Dubs!

September 15, 2019
TG4 ALL-IRELAND SFC FINALDublin 2-3 Galway 0-4By DECLAN ROONEYAt CROKE PARKA record crowd of 56,114 watched Dublin claim their third TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship in a row with goals from Sinéad Goldrick and Hannah O’Neill critical to their victory.Neither team mastered the very wet conditions at Croke Park, but Galway closed to within three points of Dublin with seven minutes remaining, only for experienced duo Sinéad Aherne and Noelle Healy to kick the security points..

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Dublin's path to the TG4 All Ireland final

September 13, 2019
HERE is Dublin's path to the TG4 All Ireland final. In total Dublin have played 5 games scoring 19-72 while conceding 5-37. Team captain, Sinead Aherne is her teams top scorer with a tally of 4-19, Niamh McEvoy is next on 4-11 with Oonagh Whyte in third spot on 2-07. Eighteen players have been on target for the dubs throughout the 2019 championship campaign. TG4 Leinster Final Netwatch Cullen Park, CarlowDublin v Westmeath (30th June)FT Dublin 4-11 Westmeath 1-7Scorers –..

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All Ireland Final starting 15 named ....

September 13, 2019
TG4 SFC All Ireland FinalSunday September 15th, 4pmDublin v Galway (LIVE TG4)Croke Park, Baile Átha Cliath Dublin has announced their starting fifteen for this Sunday’s eagerly awaited All Ireland final clash with Galway. There are two changes to the Dublin starting 15 from that which began the All-Ireland semi-final versus Cork on August 25th last. Noelle Healy is named at full forward ahead of Niamh Hetherton while Jennifer Dunne comes into the team for the injured Nicole Owe..

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All Ireland Final Ticket Info

September 11, 2019
All Ireland Final Ticket Info -Dublin will play Galway in the All Ireland final on Sept 15th in Croke Park, 4pm.Tickets are on sale Now from www.tickets.ie and the LGFA Office Croke Park, 01-8363156 / info@lgfa.ie & from select Centra / SuperValu StoresAdult €25, Children/Student/OAP €10.00Adult/Children €5.00 with group rate of min 1 adult and 10 juveniles purchased) only available from LGFA OfficeFamily ticket of two adults @ €25 each two Juveniles at €5.00 only av..

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Previous Championship meetings between Dublin & Galway ...

September 10, 2019
Previous Championship meeting between Sunday’s finalists!Sunday will be Dublin’s 6th senior All Ireland final appearance in a row and their first final meeting with Connacht champions Galway since 2004.In total, Dublin and Galway have meet on five previous occasions in senior championship and in terms of bragging rights the balance is tipped slightly in Dublin’s favour with three wins from five with Galway’s two victories taking place back in 2004 and in 2005.The two Coun..

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Throw- back Thursday!

August 29, 2019
Throw- back Thursday!Back in late August 2014, Dublin had bridged a four year gap and had qualified for the TG4 Senior All Ireland final. Their Croke Park opponents would be champions Cork who were going for four in a row of All Ireland titles.To mark the occasion and signify the role the players clubs had played in the girl’s journey to the final we decided to take a squad picture of the 34 players wearing their respective club jerseys.The resulting picture was amazing and the colourful i..

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Match Report Dublin v Cork

August 25, 2019
Dublin 2-11 (17) Cork 0-11 (11)Report By DARAGH SMALL for LGFA Sinéad Aherne scored 1-3 as champions Dublin advanced to the TG4 All-Ireland Championship senior final after seeing off the challenge of their great rivals Cork.Mick Bohan’s side will now face Galway following their victory over Mayo in the first of the double-bill at Croke Park in front of a crowd of 10,886.Dublin had lost twice to Cork in 2019 and the sides were deadlocked at 0-7 apiece at half-time following an a..

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