The Ladies Gaelic Football Association is pleased to announce details of the LGFA TALK Project, which is available to clubs in Antrim, Armagh, Derry, Down, Fermanagh and Tyrone, initially on a pilot basis.
"As joyous as an occasion as it is today it's a very sad day as well. There's no doubt about it, to do back to back you have to have serious desire and want. I think Eugene Aylward's passing last year has given them that want and desire. They wanted to do something special and have that jersey with them."
Having worn the county colours of Tipperary, London and Derry, as well as the club shirts of Newcastle, Ballymacarbry, Tara Ladies and Ballinascreen, Cáit Glass has called time on her much travelled inter-county career.
"It has been really important for giving the lads a bit of belief about themselves about winning games and to understand what it is to win against teams that have been historically and currently better than us."
"He has not made any final decision yet, one way or the other, and as long as he hasn't made the decision to go there, I'd still hold out reasonable hope that he could still be playing football for Tyrone this year."
Ballyhale Shamrocks remain on course for back-to-back All-Ireland club SHC titles, but only after surviving a huge scare from massive underdogs Slaughtneil in the first of today's semi-finals at Pairc Esler.
'We're all related in some way'- Lavey's Jamie Duggan talks about the togetherness among the Derry champions after they defeated Enniskillen Gaels to reach the New Year's Day Final for the first time at the fonacab Ulster Minor Tournament.
With a number of GAA players committing to Aussie Rules, should the GAA break its ties with the AFL?