CORA Staunton's return to the Mayo colours for a 24th successive championship campaign will be a huge boost to the county's chances of winning back the TG4 Connacht senior title from holders Galway, provided that other players don't just sit back and let the Carnacon legend take on all the responsibility.
Galway ladies manager Stephen Glennon has called the Connacht LGFA's integrity into question after standing by its decision to appoint Gerry Carmody to referee his team's Connacht final against Mayo on Sunday.
AN app to help players tailor their training and nutrition during their menstrual cycle could provide that 'one per cent' critical difference that top Ladies Football stars are now chasing in their bid to win an All-Ireland.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) and Orreco are pleased to announce a groundbreaking technology partnership which will see LGFA promote a new app for women, created by the world-leading Irish sports data, biomarker and performance experts.
Donegal manager Maxi Curran believes the awesome work-rate of his players can push them on to greater things this year, after they reached the TG4 Ulster Ladies Football final at the expense of Monaghan on Saturday.
DEFEAT to Donegal in last year's TG4 Ulster ladies senior football final still rankles with Monaghan, and according to Farney manager, Annmarie Burns, they are confident of exacting revenge tomorrow (SAT) when the sides meet in the provincial semi-final at Healy Park, Omagh (7pm).
Reigning TG4 Munster champions Kerry got their title defence off to a surprisingly easy start against Waterford that belied their troubled Lidl NFL campaign and managerial problems in the last couple of months.
Hot favourites Cork began their TG4 Munster ladies football championship with an expected win in Ardfinnan on Saturday afternoon, but were pushed all the way by senior newcomers Tipperary, who will be difficult opponents for anyone in the All-Ireland series.
Friendships will be put to one side for an hour tomorrow (Sunday) as Cavan boss James Daly aims to plot the downfall of his native Armagh in the TG4 Ulster Ladies senior football championship semi-final.
Kerry manager Eddie Sheehy says that regaining the TG4 Munster Ladies senior football championship title is his initial aim as the rebuilding begins after a couple of turbulent months for the county on and off the field.
Nearly seven years have passed since the Tipperary Ladies played their last senior championship match, so hosting 11-time All-Ireland champions Cork in Ardfinnan for the TG4 Munster Ladies football semi-final on Saturday (2pm) will be a proud moment for the county.
It takes a unique type of person to want the challenge of a leadership role with a Kilkenny football team, given the significant challenges that any team from the Marble county faces in trying to gain traction against the religious fervour with which they worship hurling and camogie in that part of the world.
Cork's eight-time TG4 All-Ireland senior medallist Annie Walsh is among the high-profile inter-county stars who will compete in the 2018 LGFA Inter-firms blitz, which takes place at Naomh Mearnóg in Portmarnock on Saturday next, May 26th.
The Meath LGFC Board decided to give something back to their communities. Fearghal O'hAthairne Ladies chairman and his merry band settled on an inaugural Green Stars v Royal Stars match that would showcase the finest girls of Meath football.