It's six years since Cork last claimed the All-Ireland U14 A title, and after a powerful performance against Galway they became the first winners of the revamped U14 Platinum All-Ireland championship in Banagher.
There are three provincial titles up for grabs this weekend in the All-Ireland senior football championships while the second round of the qualifiers sees eight games down for decision across the country. Here are our previews:
Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald praised his side's second-half display and the impact of Saoirse Noonan as they powered past Waterford in the TG4 Munster Ladies SFC final and pulled to within five of Kerry on the Munster honours board.
Clare produced their best performance of this year's Munster SHC to beat Cork at a rain-soaked Cusack Park, but their victory was all in vain as the Rebels claimed third place in the round-robin series on score difference and their ticket to the All-Ireland series.
"BRILLIANT" was the word used by both Liberty Insurance Player of the Match Denise Gaule and victorious manager Ann Downey as Kilkenny got their Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship campaign off to the perfect start with a 1-13 to 0-14 victory over Galway.
Cork's super sub could prove Cork's super starter in 2019. Full forward Saoirse Noonan fired 2-3 from play in Fraher Field as the Rebelettes captured back-to-back TG4 Munster Ladies SFC titles and their 13th in total.
The Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship got off to a pulsating start, with Kilkenny turning around their National League final reverse at the hands of Galway by 1-13 to 0-14 at Kenny Park.
CORK manager Ephie Fitzgerald has drafted dual star Hannah Looney into his starting line-up for Sunday's TG4 Munster Ladies Senior Football Championship Final against Waterford at Fraher Field, Dungarvan (6.30pm).