Aghada fly the flag first for Cork on Saturday as clubs from the Rebel County go in search of an All-Ireland clean sweep across the junior, intermediate and senior grades, a feat last achieved in 2003.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association and championship sponsors TG4 are pleased to announce a special Facebook 'LIVE from the Red Carpet' programme, which will broadcast from the Citywest Hotel on Saturday evening, November 25.
LAURA Fitzgerald's extra-time goal sealed victory for Mourneabbey in a gripping All-Ireland senior ladies club football semi-final - and sent the Cork outfit through to a December 3 showdown with Carnacon or St Macartan's.
Pat Ring grimaces when he recalls the dark days. Tomorrow (Saturday), Ring will send his Foxrock-Cabinteely side into battle against Cork outfit Mourneabbey, in what is the Dublin club's third successive All-Ireland semi-final appearance.
SHANE Ronayne says that his Cork and Munster champions Mourneabbey will carry huge sadness into Saturday's All-Ireland ladies senior football club semi-final clash with Dublin outfit Foxrock-Cabinteely.