Dublin's Noelle Healy lifted the Brendan Martin Cup in Croke Park last September and this morning she joined a large party of 2017 and 2018 TG4 Ladies Gaelic Football All Stars as they set off for a week-long trip to Bangkok.
DCU and Mayo star Sarah Rowe hailed her side's outstanding character as they edged UL by the finest of margins (2-12 to 0-17) to be crowned Gourmet Food Parlour O'Connor Cup champions for the first time since 2011 - in a decider that will be remembered as 'the Aishling Moloney final.'
See an amazing effort by Ulster University Coleraine full-back Aoife McGough, taking the ball deep in her own defence and linking all the way up the pitch before sending the ball to the Athlone IT net.
Ulster Gaelic Football stars from yesteryear - Peter Canavan, Dermot McNicholl and Mattie McGleenan - all had girls on the latest St Mary's Belfast All Ireland winning team on Saturday evening at Abbotstown.
HE President of the Camogie Association, Catherine Neary has described the draft Memorandum of Understanding that has been drawn up between the Camogie Association and the GAA as "the best way to move our games forward."