Lidl National Football League Finals Fixtures

The Lidl National Football League Division 1 and 2 finals will take place this Saturday, May 7th, in Parnell Park when Donegal meet Westmeath at 5:30pm followed by the meeting of Cork and Mayo at 7:15pm.

Ladies fixtures

CLGFC Fixtures.


Galway 6-21 Sligo 1-8

Hanley and Tipperary back on track

Following a difficult couple of years, Tipperary's ladies footballers have their mojo back - and Edel Hanley's return to the fold this year has played a major part in the Premier County's renaissance.

CLGFC U-16 C'ship Rd 3.

Mayo v Galway @ 7.30pm in Ballina Stephenities.

Browne never doubted Staunton

When Cora Staunton took possession from Sarah Rowe in the seventh minute of stoppage time in Saturday's gripping Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 semi-final, Frank Browne was in no doubt.

Everybody contributed, says Fitzgerald

Ephie Fitzgerald hailed his "phenomenal" Cork ladies senior footballers after watching them advance to a ninth successive Lidl National Football League Division 1 final.

Ladies: Cora's late, late show wins it for Mayo

Cora Staunton kicked a glorious late winning point in the seventh minute of additional time to steer Mayo into a first Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 final since 2013.

Ladies: Rebelettes qualify for ninth final in-a-row

A dominant second half display by Ephie Fitzgerald's Cork has seen the holders qualify for a ninth successive Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 final - and within touching distance of the four-in-a-row.

As it Happened: Saturday Match Tracker

All roads led to Croke Park this weekend as the first two of the NFL finals took place.

Lidl National Football League Semi Final Fixtures

There can be little doubt that the biggest rivalry in Ladies Gaelic Football in recent years has been that of Cork and Dublin and the latest chapter is set to be written in Birr this Saturday at 1:30pm.

Kerry captain Aislinn Desmond on injury heartbreak

It was on the first Sunday of April when Kerry skipper Aislinn Desmond felt the snap in her left knee.

Sonia shocked by lack of facilities for Cork players

Olympic medallist Sonia O'Sullivan says she was shocked to learn of the lack of facilities for female sports athletes in the GAA at an annual event recently.

Dublin Ladies name team for Lidl NFL semi-final clash with Cork

Three changes for Dubs ahead of their semi- final clash with Cork

Connacht Ladies Gaelic Football Council Launch Senior & Intermediate championships

Thursday evening last Cumann Peil Connacht na mBan (CLGFC) in association with TG4 launched the Connacht Ladies Gaelic Football Senior and Intermediate Championships in the Province at the Connacht GAA Centre.

Lidl Ladies NFL semi-final fixtures revealed

The fixtures have been confirmed for the Lidl National Football League Division 1 and 2 semi finals which take place this coming Saturday.

CLGFC U-14/U-16 & Int Championship

Wednesday 20th April @ Ballyhaunis GAA Pitch @ 7.00pm. Mayo v Roscommon

LGFC U-16 Championship Rd 2

Wednesday 20th April @ Ballyhaunis GAA Pitch @ 7.00pm.

Ladies FL Rel play off: Disappointment for Meath

Meath hopes of remaining in Division Two for 2017 were crushed on Sunday afternoon after a titanic battle with Sligo in Killeshandra.

Armagh ladies rule out legal action after LGFA blunder

The Armagh ladies footballers have expressed their fury with the LGFA after they were led to believe they had qualified for the National League Division 1 semi-final.

Lidl Ladies National Football League round-up

Ephie Fitzgerald's Cork squeezed into the Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 semi-finals, as a three-point victory over Armagh in Abbottstown on Sunday proved good enough to secure a top-four finish.

Lidl Ladies National Football League Previews

The new Gaelic Games facilities at Abottstown will play host to its first competitive match when Cork and Armagh meet in their final Lidl National Football League Division 1 match before the knock out stages.

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