With only six of their 2016 All Ireland Final team, a very young Cork selection bounced back from defeat in Armagh to beat Dublin by six points at Mallow in the Lidl National League.
The ladies continued their league campaign on Sunday 19th February, with an away game to Tipperary.
The remaining matches in round two of the Allianz NHL took place this afternoon.
EPHIE Fitzgerald's Cork won the battle of the All-Ireland finalists from the last three seasons to collect three valuable points in Division 1 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League.
Cork versus Dublin is the standout tie from this weekend's Lidl Ladies National Football League round three games as the two side's meet in a repeat of last year's All-Ireland final.
The Ulster GAA Empowering Female Sport Conference launch took place in Belfast and was attended by representatives from Ulster Ladies Gaelic, Ulster Camogie and Ulster GAA Handball.
See action and reaction after champions UCD got off to a winning start in the 2017 O'Connor Cup against Queen's University at Belfield.
There was a special presentation this week at the headquarters of the Tyrone ladies senior teams title sponsor Mc Aleer and Rushe in Cookstown while the final touches were also put to the continuing spnsorship deal with the company and the county ladies.
One of the busiest days on the GAA calendar descended on us this afternoon.
Gaelic4Girls has been one of the great success stories for Ladies Gaelic Football in recent times as it helps clubs to grow and expand their membership base.
There was quality and a clinical edge to the St Ciaran's performance at Emyvale on Saturday as they collected Ulster under 20 title number three with a solid eight point win over a fancied Our Lady's Castleblaney .
DOWN by two points at half-time and looking like they may suffer their second consecutive loss, Cavan ladies pulled off an impressive comeback to beat Clare and kickstart their league campaign on Sunday.
Welcome to our latest edition of our live match tracker as we picked up where we left off last night.
Champions Cork suffered a rare defeat to Armagh today at Clonmore in the second round of Lidl National League games, 0-12 to 0-9.
AIMEE Mackin led the Armagh charge as Lidl National League Division 1 champions Cork fell to a rare defeat on Sunday.