Omagh take Tyrone camogie to task

By Niall Gartland OMAGH St Enda’s have issued a hard-hitting statement lambasting the Tyrone Camogie board for their “refusal” to refix their Bridie McMenamin Post Primary Championship final against Naomh Treasa of Dungannon. Tyrone camogie’s decision to award the title to Naomh Treasa by default has earned the ire of the St Enda’s club, whose […]

Former Farney star hails the blossoming ladies football scene

By Michael McMullan FORMER Monaghan ladies’ star Brenda McAnespie says the level of preparation has gone to a “completely different level” but is enthused by the progress of the game. In a feature interview for Gaelic Life, to mark 25 years of Monaghan’s back to back All-Ireland senior titles, McAnespie spoke about how their rivals […]

Maxi Curran hits at the “end of an era” in Donegal

By Daire Walsh DONEGAL Ladies’ manager Maxi Curran said it was “probably the end of an era” after his side bowed out at the hands of All-Ireland champions Meath in Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final Niamh McLaughlin’s penalty had Donegal 1-3 to 0-3 head at the break, but a Meath stormed back into the game after the […]

Mackin ready for Melbourne adventure

By Kieran Lynch ARMAGH and Shane O’Neill’s star Blaithin Mackin’s life is set to change dramatically this week, as she becomes the latest Gaelic footballer to embark on the journey Down Under and take on the challenge of Australian Rules Football. On June 15, Australian Football League Women’s (AFLW) side Melbourne Demons officially announced Mackin’s […]

Croke Park heartbreak for Donegal as Emma Duggan drags Meath into another decider

All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football semi-final Meath 0-12 Donegal 1-7 By Daire Walsh IT was heartbreak for Donegal at Croke Park on Saturday as Emma Duggan ‘s late heroics, for the second weekend running, shot defending champions Meath into another final with a thrilling victory at Croke Park. Advertisement Following her last-gasp point to earn the Royals […]

Doyle shoots Armagh ladies to All-Ireland glory

All-Ireland Ladies U16 C final Armagh 1-14 Longford 2-4 By Deniese O’Flaherty LUCY Doyle scored 1-5 and Armagh claimed the All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship U16 ‘C’ title with victory over Longford at Emmett Park in Lisnaskea on Wednesday night. Advertisement Despite losing star forward Doyle to a yellow card, midway through the second half, the […]