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Ladies Gaelic Football Highlights - Donegal v Galway 01/08/2016

A short highlights package of the Ladies Gaelic Football Championship Quarter Final between Donegal and Galway, which was played on the 1st August 2016.
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TG4 Ladies Senior Football Final 2014

Will we see scenes like these again on Sunday, September 27th? Cork trailed Dublin by 10 points with 12 minutes to play and seemed down and out but they then mounted one of the greatest comebacks ever seen to claim Brendan Martin by a single point.

These 2 teams meet again in the senior final and what a game that promises to be! Get your tickets for this great game here:

Thanks to TG4 for this footage!
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LGFA: TG4 Ladies Football Intermediate Championship Semi-Final: Clare v Tipperary 03.09.2016



A short highlights video on the TG4 Ladies Football Intermediate Championship Semi-Final between Clare and Tipperary from Saturday 3rd September, which finished Clare 3-14 Tipperary 2-16.

Clare will now progress to the All-Ireland Intermediate Final of the TG4 Championship. They will meet Kildare on Sunday 25th September 2016 in Croke Park.


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Dublin GAA Ladies and Camogie players show their skills

As Official Retail Partner of Dublin GAA, Intersport Elverys put some challenges to the ladies and camogie players. Find out how they got on! #PartOfIt
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One Tribe - Episode 2 - Noelle Healy, Dublin LGFA & Mourneabbey GAA

“When you’re out on the pitch it doesn’t really matter – you’re representing the jersey that you’re wearing.”


‘One Tribe’ Episode 2: Dublin Ladies Gaelic star forward Noelle Healy is the perfect example of someone with a genuine love of GAA. After a career opportunity arose in Cork she made the unique choice to transfer from her own club in Dublin, St. Brigids GAA, to play with All-Ireland club champions Mourneabbey Ladies Football Club in Cork, a county considered to be Dublin LGFA’s fiercest competition in recent years. 2017 Footballer of the Year, Noelle represents her club & her county with pride.


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One Tribe - Episode 1 - Áine McDonagh, Galway LGFA & Moycullen GAA

“We grew up watching the Sunday Game, singing the National Anthem. “Chun báis nó saoil.” To live or to die. It’s a live or die situation.”

Check out the new ‘One Tribe’ series featuring Tribeswoman Áine McDonagh who comes from True Blue stock, with close family ties to Dublin GAA and Cuala GAA.

But despite her East Coast connections, Áine is a driven & dynamic talent in her own right, one of Ladies Gaelic Football’s brightest young stars, carving out her own destiny with Galway Ladies Football & Moycullen GAA.

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Highlights of the TG4 Ladies Football Championship Quarter-Final: Dublin v Donegal 13.08.2016

A short highlights video on the TG4 Championship Quarter-Final between Dublin and Donegal from Saturday 13th August.
Dublin will now progress to the Semi-Final stages of the TG4 Championship.

Cutest kid in the world of Ladies Gaelic Football?!

5-year-old Sophie McLaughlin has never scored a point but she's going to 'concentrate and practice' because that's what makes you 'get better and better'.

See an in-depth extended interview with the young but wise substitute for Westput Setanta U-8s at the CYC (Continental Youth Championships) in Buffalo.

Sophie's Mom Leigh Mulhearne won an All Ireland U-16 medal with Waterford but of course Sophie is going to be a better player when she gets older.

Video by Jerome Quinn Media.

World Premiere Gaelic4Girls Dance

Rockbán in Cork hosted over 250 young girls as part of their Gaelic4Girls programme. Cork senior star and the 11 and 12 year olds then joined Orlagh to take part in the first ever Gaelic4Girls dance developed by Farmer as a fun but functional warm up. We loved it and we hope that you love it too!!!

#DublinOurTeam – Episode 5 - Sinead Goldrick, Dublin GAA

“When you’re putting on the jersey, you’re not just doing it for the players around you…”

AIG ambassador Sinead Goldrick on what drives her and the Dublin ladies football team in our latest episode of #DublinOurTeam

AIG Insurance, proud and official sponsor to Dublin GAA has produced the second video in the second season of its #DublinOurTeam mini documentary series.

The latest video features Dublin Ladies football captain and AIG ambassador Sinéad Goldrick as she prepares both mentally and physically for another All Ireland football challenge.

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Cork’s Incredible Comeback

We join the 2014 TG4 All Ireland Final with champions Cork in disarray and ten points adrift with only fifteen minutes to go.

The Dubs led by 2-10 0-6 and looked certain to win the contest but the Rebelettes produced arguably the greatest comeback in the history of Ladies Gaelic Football.

This LGFA footage is being shown for the first time.

Best Scores of 2017 - Part Two

See Part Two of the Best Scores from 2017. These are from Jerome Quinn Media's cameras only and include scores from the TG4 Provincial and All Ireland Championships.

Ladies Gaelic Football Skills - The Solo

Players may take 4 steps with the ball in ladies gaelic football and then must bounce the ball or solo. A solo is also known as toe to hand and players may repeat this skill any number of times in succession. Learn the key coaching points here.

Gaelic4Girls - Get Involved!

G4G is a 12 week programme incorporating coaching sessions with fun non-competitive blitzes aimed at increasing participation in Ladies Gaelic Football. The programme targets girls aged between 8-12 years who are not currently registered with a Ladies Gaelic Football club. In essence, this is a tool to attract new players.

Dublin Ladies Prepare For NFL Final

We caught up with our Ladies Football team to see how prep is going for the NFL Final this Sunday!
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LGFA: TG4 Ladies Football Intermediate Championship Semi-Final: Kildare v Sligo 27.08.2016



A short highlights video on the TG4 Ladies Football Intermediate Championship Semi-Final between Kildare and Sligo from Saturday 27th August, which finished Kildare 3-17 Sligo 2-14.

Kildare will now progress to the All-Ireland Intermediate Final of the TG4 Championship.

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Interview with John Hession - Performance Coach Donegal Ladies Senior GAA Team

Build up to the All Ireland QTR final in Clones on the 22nd August at 12:30 as Donegal face Armagh. Charlie Collins talks to John Hession - Performance Coach Doenagl Ladies GAA Team
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#DublinOurTeam - Episode 3 - The Ladies, Dublin Ladies GAA

AIG Insurance, proud and official sponsor to Dublin GAA have produced the third video in the #DublinOurTeam mini documentary series. The latest video features Dublin Ladies footballers Carla Rowe, Noelle Healy and Niamh McEvoy. The girls discuss the pride in the jersey, the hurt of losing to Cork in last year’s All-Ireland final and the bond in the team.

AIG are urging fans to get out and support the girls in blue this Sunday as they take on Cork in a repeat of the 2014 All-Ireland Final. The action gets underway at 4pm in Croke Park. Make the difference and be there to support these inspirational women. #COYGIB.

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2nd Half TG4 Peil na mBan Final Dublin V Mayo Ladies Gaelic Football

Peil na mBan BÁC v Maigh Eo
Cluiche Ceannais Sinsir Peil na mBan BÁC V Maigh Eo.. TG4 Peil na mBan Final Dublin LGFA V Mayo LGFA Ladies Gaelic Football

‘Proud day’ for Scotland Ladies

See a report from an historic day for Scotland GAA when their Ladies Gaelic Football team beat Derry to qualify for the 2015 TG4 All Ireland Junior Final in Croke Park on Sunday, September 27.

‘It’s surreal’, says Tyrone-born Shauna McWilliams. ‘It’s a dream to get there. It feels funny to even say we’re playing for Scotland but the girls from Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh have shown that we have ability’.

Former Cushendall and Antrim camogie player Bronagh Heggarty only took up football in Scotland and says the semi-final win is ‘unbelievable.. a proud day for the players and our families’.

Scotland will now play Louth in the All Ireland Final.

Video by Jerome Quinn for the LGFA.

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