Tipperary captain Samantha Lambert accepted the Lidl National League Division 2 trophy and then paid an emotional tribute to her former team-mate Rachel Kenneally, who passed away recently at the age of 26.
Wexford manager Anthony Masterson hailed the fearlessness of corner forward Catriona Murray, after his star corner forward effectively won the Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 3 title for her county
Getting out of Division 4 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League was a vital first step for Wicklow and with that goal achieved, the Garden County are ready to step up in class in the championship.
A hat-trick of goals from Marie Kealy and a dominant performance across the middle third of the field powered Wicklow to a comfortable victory in the Lidl Ladies National League Division 4 final at St. Brendan's Park in Birr on Monday afternoon.
"We're relieved. It was a very difficult game. Thankfully the lads worked very hard and showed the character in them to grind out a result in a very difficult game. I would hope it will galvanise us. We've had very difficult challenges with Roscommon so hopefully this will help us prepare."
Following the phenomenal success of the partnership established in 2016 between Lidl Ireland and The Ladies Gaelic Football Association, Lidl has today proudly announced a €3 million investment and an additional 3 year sponsorship of the association. This will again position the brand as Official Retail Partner and title sponsors of the Lidl Ladies National Football Leagues.
It was a day to remember for captain fantastic Sinéad Aherne as 2017 TG4 All-Ireland senior champions Dublin added a first-ever Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 title to their cabinet yesterday.
MAYO ladies senior football team manager Peter Leahy has opened up about his experience with thyroid cancer, which led to heavy weight gain and a realisation that he needed to stop his ill-health from spiralling out of control.
There are 22 survivors from the teams that lined out in the 2017 TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football final in Dublin and Mayo's starting line-ups for Sunday's eagerly-anticipated Lidl NFL Division 1 final at Parnell Park (4.0).
"I'd certainly love to go back and play for my county. You play for where you are from and, unfortunately for me, where I am from is a pretty small part of the country. I'm not sure I see us winning All-Irelands any time soon. But, I do want to go back and play at the top level for my county."
Dublin's late, late match-winner Nicole Owens admitted that coming off the bench to score the decisive goal against Galway in the Lidl Ladies NFL Division 1 semi-final was "not the ideal way" to clinch victory.
LORETO Cavan made it two Lidl All-Ireland Post Primary Schools 'A' titles in the space of just a week as a stunning defensive display in the second half of their clash with Intermediate School of Killorglin secured a famous victory for the Cavan school at St. Rynagh's GAA grounds in Banagher this afternoon, adding the Junior crown to the Senior title they collected last Saturday.
What are you looking forward to most in the 2018 championships?