Glanmire manager Dave Carey says his team's massive work-rate meant they were destined for glory when they took to the field against Tourlestrane in the All-Ireland junior club final at Duggan Park in Ballinasloe.
Driven on by the heartbreak of final defeats in three out of the past four seasons, Mourneabbey were finally crowned All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football champions with an emphatic triumph over Foxrock-Cabinteely at Parnell Park.
Mourneabbey may have reached their fourth All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football Final in the last five years but according to Eimear Meaney, they have yet to show their full talents on the big stage.
A recent move out of home may have denied Foxrock/Cabinteely captain Amy Ring the chance of in-depth footballing discussions her father and team manager Pat, but she's not getting to vent with her new housemates either.
Players and mentors from the six participating teams in next weekend's All-Ireland Ladies Club Football Finals gathered at Croke Park for Captains Day on Tuesday, December 4 - and there was a festive feel to proceedings!
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association and championship sponsors TG4 are pleased to announce another very special Facebook 'Live from the Red Carpet', which will be broadcast from the Citywest Hotel next Saturday evening, December 1.
A Briege Corkery captained Munster team took Interprovincial honours under lights in Waterford IT Sports Arena on Saturday afternoon. It brought an end to a successful day at the Waterford venue. Ulster were denied 7 in a row as Munster swept them aside in the Cup Final.
'The effort was really good all over the pitch' - UCD captain Molly Lamb (Kilmacud Crokes) was delighted with a 9-point victory over UL in the Gourmet Food Parlour HEC Division 1 League Final at Stradbally last night.
Substitute Roisin McGovern proved the match-winner for Foxrock-Cabinteely at sun-drenched Bray Emmets as her late, late goal sent the Dublin and Leinster champions into their first All-Ireland Senior Ladies Club Football Final since 2016.
Goals proved the difference as Sligo champions Tourlestrane bagged majors in both halves from Laura Surlis and substitute Leonie Gaughan to book a place in the All-Ireland Junior Club Final on December 9.