Kerry hurling manager Fintan O'Connor says it would be heartbreaking if the new All-Ireland SHC proposals are rubber-stamped this weekend.
Congratulations to Noelle Healy, Ciara Trant and Deirdre Murphy as Dublin won the TG4 All-Ireland Final bringing the Brendan Martin Cup back to Dublin.
Brendan Martin Cup: Congratulations to our Dublin ladies on winning the All Ireland in style, on Sunday afternoon in front of 46,286.
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AGP0 is the latest addition to our pitches, many will have noticed the goalposts went up there at the weekend
All-Ireland senior champions Dublin have seven representatives on our ladies football team of the week...
A big crowd turned up in Malahide tonight to give a fantastic reception to the All-Ireland winning Dublin ladies team.
Fresh from their All-Ireland winning exploits six days earlier, Dublin football stars Diarmuid Connolly and Con O'Callaghan were back in action for the St. Vincent's and Cuala senior hurlers on Saturday.
Both the Dublin and Mayo ladies football teams paid a special visit to Temple Street Children's University Hospital this morning.
Yesterday's All-Ireland ladies football final between Dublin and Mayo not only broke the attendance record, but also the TG4 viewing record.
A record attendance of 46,286 showed up at Croke Park yesterday for the ladies football finals...
Dublin players paid tribute to the record crowd in Croke Park after they beat Mayo to win the TG4 All Ireland Senior Final.
"You'd have to be thrilled for them, they didn't just represent themselves today but it was the groups of the last number of years, even going back to our own group in 2003. But we are very proud of them at this moment in time."
Mick Bohan's Dublin smashed their TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship jinx as a record crowd flocked to Croke Park on finals day.
MICK Bohan's Dublin buried Mayo under an avalanche of late goals to claim TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football glory at Croke Park.
The victorious Dublin ladies footballers will be feted at a private celebration in City Hall on Tuesday night.
The success of the Dublin men's and ladies football teams over the past seven days means there are two more All-Ireland medals winging their way to the McCaffrey household in Clontarf.
Ladies football has never been as popular judging by the massive attendance at this afternoon's All-Ireland finals.
Lauren Magee, Leah Caffrey, Sarah McCaffrey and Aine Canavan will follow in their famous fathers' footsteps by lining out at Croke Park today.
Jim Gavin and his victorious Dublin team brought the Sam Maguire to his home town of Clondalkin yesterday.
The TG4 Ladies All Ireland Football Finals take place this Sunday at Croke Park.
Anyone hoping to find out the secrets of Dublin's success from Philly McMahon's soon-to-be released book are in for a disappointment.