St Brigid's saw off Thomas Davis at Lawless park, Swords on Saturday night, doing enough to control a bitty encounter that was largely dominated by the two sides' rugged defences, and reaching the Dublin Senior Football Final in the process.
"The word is they have to meet in the coming week or two and sit down and agree a process going forward. So, it's early doors yet but I suppose our concentration today was trying to get Cuala over the line."
All-Ireland ladies' final hero Carla Rowe has doubtless echoed the feelings of her Dublin teammates by expressing the wish that Mick Bohan won't be tempted to throw his hat into the ring for the Roscommon men's manager job.
After a record crowd of 50,141 filed through the turnstiles for yesterday's All-Ireland laides football finals at Croke Park, Valerie Mulcahy says the next challenge for the LGFA is to increase attendances at all championship games.
"When we came in we felt that they (Cork) were the standard bearers and to take the crown we would have had to take them out. And that's said with massive respect to them because they brought the game to that level and it has been our goal to set a standard higher than them."
Dublin saved their best performance of the season for when they needed it most, but Mick Bohan's side brought the ladies game to another level to claim consecutive All-Ireland titles in front of a record attendance at Croke Park.
Carla Rowe hit two stunning goals as Dublin defeated Cork in the TG4 All-Ireland senior final at the fourth attempt and put titles back-to-back for the first time in front of a record attendance at Croke Park.
Dublin captain Sinéad Aherne says her side has no divine right to claim a second TG4 All-Ireland title on the spin and that there are no guarantees of success - even if they are widely fancied to claim the Brendan Martin Cup for the third time.