Waterford ladies manager Ciaran Curran says his side are looking forward to locking horns with last year's TG4 All-Ireland finalists, Cork, after they claimed a second win over Kerry (1-12 to 2-4) in a week to launch their TG4 Munster SFC drive.
With the dust settled on the 2019 Lidl National League campaign, thoughts immediately turn towards the TG4 Championship, with opening fixtures down for decision in Munster and Connacht over the weekend.
Galway captain Tracey Leonard thinks it's time for her side to start beating the game's most successful teams on a regular basis, and that a national title could be the nudge they need towards achieving that goal.
Meath captain Máire O'Shaughnessy believes the Royal County's disappointing 2018 season will spur them on to reach new heights this time round, starting with Saturday's Lidl National Football League Division 3 final against Sligo in Clones (4pm).
Cork ladies manager Ephie Fitzgerald thinks both Lidl National Football League Division 1 finalists, Cork and Galway, will pose a significant threat to double All-Ireland champions Dublin when the cut and thrust of the TG4 championship arrives.
On Monday, April 15, 62 clubs from 31 counties played at Croke Park during the LGFA's Activity Day. This year, the activity day was used for an Under 10 Go Games blitz, with clubs from all over the country selected to participate.
Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald believes his young side have the potential to return to past glories, as they clung on for an inspirational victory over champions Dublin in the Lidl National Football League Division 1 semi-final.
Galway's outstanding form this spring continued as they burst out of the blocks against Donegal and easily secured their place in the Lidl Ladies NFL Division 1 final, their first time to reach that decider since 2015.
Emma Duggan inspired Meath to a second Lidl Ireland NFL Division 3 final in a row with this win against Longford at a sunny Coralstown, Kinnegad. Meath will now face Sligo in the decider in a fortnight's time.
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