Foxrock-Cabinteely manager Pat Ring has paid tribute to his daughter Amy's resilience
Kerry have conquered another Kingdom… in the Persian Gulf!
Fr Murphy's Camogie are winding up the year, with a giant fundraising draw, to be held on Saturday November 17th in The Claddagh Ring, Church Road, Hendon, NW4I.
Aussie Gleeson got his hands on a Waterford JFC medal over the weekend...
Peter Leahy will remain in charge of Mayo ladies until 2021.
Darren Bishop has been reappointed manager of the Louth ladies footballers for the coming season.
Ex Mayo hurling manager Frank Browne has been named as the new Dublin camogie boss.
Wedding plans and All-Ireland plans are set to collide in the life of new Ulster Championship winning captain Cathy Donnelly.
Mum's the word for Emmet Og from Monaghan after their Ulster IFC victory over Kinawley in a thriller in Drumlane, winning by 3-9 to 3-8.
Dublin and Meath will play a senior football challenge on December 16th to raise funds for stricken Dunboyne clubman Sean Cox.
The nominees have been announced for the 2018 TG4 Players' Player of the year awards in the senior, intermediate and junior grades.
Carnacon's quest for a second successive All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football title was ended by Galway's Kilkerrin-Clonberne in Saturday's Connacht decider.
2-04 from Captain Fantastic Amy Ring sealed Foxrock Cabinteely's fourth successive Leinster Ladies Senior Football crown in front of a large crowd in Kinnegad on Sunday afternoon.
CARNACON'S reign as Connacht and All-Ireland Ladies Club Football champions was ended by Kilkerrin-Clonberne in Saturday's provincial decider.
Donegal star Yvonne Bonner is happy to put her Australian adventure on hold - as long as Glenfin keep on winning.
SARSFIELDS captain Mags McEvoy admits that holders Foxrock-Cabinteely will prove difficult to stop in Sunday's Leinster Ladies Senior Club Football Final (Kinnegad, 2.30pm).
From the outside looking in, Kevin Reidy knew that last year's Connacht Ladies Senior Club Football Final - and the replay that followed - were crackers.
John Ryan has been reinstated as manager of the Limerick ladies footballers for 2019.
There was a time when Ballymacarbry effectively owned the All-Ireland Ladies Club Football Championship.
John Ryan has reportedly been relieved of his duties as Limerick ladies football manager just six weeks after leading the Treaty County to an All-Ireland junior title.
Cork players were key to historic breakthrough wins for Warsaw and Amsterdam at the Croke Park European Football Finals in Maastricht.
The so-called greening of the AFLW continues apace after Western Bulldogs brought the Irish contingent in the league to five with the drafting of Tipperary footballer, Aisling McCarthy.
Carnacon's latest Mayo SFC final success was particularly sweet for joint-manager Beatrice Casey and the players.
It was another bumper weekend of action on the club front while the Kerry SFC semi-final between Dingle and East Kerry hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons...
"I had decided before the start of last year that I wasn't staying on. I said, 'Look, I'll give it (management) a go for a year' and I suppose it's worked out well enough."
ON a packed weekend of Ladies Club Football activity, the Munster, Leinster and Ulster senior championship Final pairings were decided, as All-Ireland senior champions Carnacon romped to a 19th successive Mayo crown.
Carnacon showed no mercy to Knockmore in today's Mayo Ladies Senior football decider at Kilmeena.
Cora Staunton believes her Mayo career is over.
The cast of popular Australian television soap opera Home and Away have shown their support for Moylagh ladies ahead of tomorrow's Meath JFC final against Dunsany.
Legendary GAA commentator Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh helped Cora Staunton launch 'Game Changer' at the TF Royal Hotel in Castlebar last night.
TG4 All-Ireland winners Neamh Woods and Carla Rowe have collected The Croke Park Player of the Month awards for August and September respectively.
THE race for provincial club glory in the junior, intermediate and senior grades is hotting up, with key fixtures down for decision in Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster over the coming weekend.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association is pleased to confirm the 2018 winners of the Provincial Young Player of the Year awards.
Sarah Rowe hopes Mayo ladies football can move on from the bitter row that has divided the county.
Carnacon are back in the Mayo SFC ladies final after running out comfortable 19-point winners over Moy Davitts in Foxford yesterday.
It seems sexism is alive and well in Gaelic games.
The county final season is in full swing...
Cora Staunton claims she wasn't fairly treated by Mayo ladies football manager Peter Leahy this year.