Emma Tumelty hit 1-07 as Westmeath were crowned All Ireland U14 Bronze Champions at a sun-drenched St Aidan's Templeport on Saturday afternoon. While Westmeath were six points ahead at the break, Derry pulled them back to a point before Westmeath upped the ante and raced to victory, claiming their first-ever All-Ireland U14 crown in the process.
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.
Sorcha Gormley hit 2-03 as Tyrone were crowned inaugural All Ireland U14 Gold Champions for 2019 in Templeport on a bright Saturday afternoon. It was an engaging contest throughout with Tyrone finding goals at crucial times to ensure victory.
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.
'Sheer guts and effort' was how Donegal manager Maxi Curran summed up his side's victory on Saturday evening in Killyclogher to keep them on course of a third successive TG4 Ulster Senior Football Championship title.
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.
Geraldine McLaughlin pointed the way to the TG4 Ulster SFC final for Donegal as they kept their hopes of a third successive provincial crown alive following a rip roaring encounter in Killyclogher on Saturday evening.
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).
Armagh joint manager Fionnuala McAtamney said she was pleased with his side's performance as they advanced to a second TG4 Ulster SFC in a row with a comprehensive win over Monaghan at the Athletic Grounds.
THE Ladies Gaelic Football Association, Lidl Ireland and Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health, are pleased to announce the pilot of Lidl One Good Club™, a new initiative offering selected clubs the opportunity to support all members to engage in activities that can promote their mental health and wellbeing.
Final slots in the TG4 Munster Senior and Intermediate Championships will be confirmed over the weekend - while semi-final positions are also up for grabs in the TG4 Leinster Intermediate Championship.