A SPECIAL DAY FOR A VERY INSPIRATIONAL AND BRAVE LITTLE LADY.

Sunday is a very special day,it’s the biggest day of the year for the LGFA and the teams competing for All Ireland glory. It’s a huge day for Dublin’s Senior Ladies Football Squad who are appearing in their first All Ireland Final since they won the Brendan Martin Cup in 2010.

It’s a very special day also for one of the bravest and inspirational little girls you could ever meet six-year-old Molly McNally.

Molly who is battling cancer will be leading the football team out as the official team Mascot for their eagerly anticipated battle against Cork in the All-Ireland Final.

Molly, who hails from Balbriggan, is fighting against a rare neuroblastoma that affects only one in five million children.

Molly is a big Dublin fan and loves watching her heroes playing in Croke Park and is very excited about it leading the Senior Ladies Team out onto the pitch on Sunday. Molly has already been the mascot for the men’s senior football team and is over the moon to have gotten the call from the Ladies Senior Team.

Molly was at the Final Senior Ladies training session last night to say hello to the squad in advance of Sunday’s Final.

Molly began another cycle of chemotherapy last week which finished on Friday and she has another three cycles of chemotherapy to do before Christmas.

Molly will be making a trip to the Royal Marsden Hospital in London for intensive radiotherapy treatment shortly. But through all this she just carries on with it,keeps smiling and she is the sweetest,bravest and most inspirational little girl you could ever hope to meet.

Molly will be hoping that the Dublin Senior Ladies can get over the winning line on Sunday in the All Ireland Final and will be cheering them on to victory.

You can donate to the Molly McNally Trust Fund, by texting MOLLY to 57802, and it only costs €2 so please get texting and give generously.

Molly also has her own Facebook page called “Molly McNally Miracle Trust.” So we would ask all our page fans to please like and share Molly’s page and help to raise awareness of her story.(Nigel)

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