25 years ago, Kerry beat Laois in the All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Final. That 1993 decider saw Katie Liston star on the winning team for Kerry, while Laois had brilliant forward Sue Ramsbottom on their ranks.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association is pleased to confirm the list of 70 teams who will participate in the 2018 All-Ireland 7s tournament, to be played at Naomh Mearnóg and St Sylvesters GAA Clubs in Dublin on Saturday, September 15.
"The bottom line is sure, I'm a Tipperary man and I love Tipperary hurling. I said during the week that if the opportunity arises to sit down to talk to the relevant people selecting the next Tipperary manager, I'd love to sit down to talk to them."
The curtain has come down on a hurling championship that will live long in the memory and the Liam MacCarthy Cup will spend the winter in Limerick for the first time in 45 years. Here is our hurling team of the year...
"We felt for the last 45 years that we were second class citizens when it came to hurling. We were always the bridesmaids and today we got over the line. I'm just so happy for everyone here in this stadium and at home in Limerick."
Dublin will defend their Sam Maguire crown against Tyrone on September 2 after their respective All-Ireland SFC semi-final victories over Galway and Monaghan. Here's a round-up of some of tweets from the past week...
An incredible shootout between the Leinster and Connacht champions ended with Roscommon securing their place in the TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate semi-finals, with goals from Alice Kelly, Laura Fleming and Rebecca Finan proving crucial at Hogan Park in Moate today.