All-Ireland Ladies Club Football Finals – Live Updates

All Ireland Ladies Football Finals

A massive night Of All Ireland action takes place in Dublin GAA Headquarters this evening

All Ireland Ladies Football Finals

Saturday, December 8th.
Parnell Park, Dublin

5:15pm – Foxrock Cabinteely v Mourneabbey (Senior Final)
7:30pm – Clontarf v Emmet Og (Intermediate Final)

It’s the final night of club action for the 2018 season. And two of Dublin’s best sides will try end their year capturing All Ireland Club titles.

A new name will be etched on the Dolores Tyrrell Memorial Cup tonight. Dublin’s Foxrock-Cabinteely and Mourneabbey of Cork clash in the Senior decider at 5:15pm. That’s followed by the Intermediate Final meeting of Clontarf of Dublin and Monaghan’s Emmet Óg at 7:30pm.

Foxrock Cabiteely v Mourneabbey

The Senior Club Final promises to be a game to savour. Players who featured in the TG4 All Ireland Senior Final between Dublin and Cork renew acquaintances. Mourneabbey have newly crowned TG4 All Star sisters Ciara and Doireann O’Sullivan in a potent attack. And they’ve been in a rich vein of recent form. At the back, defenders Maire O’Callaghan and Eimear Meaney were also nominated for All Stars this year.

Foxrock Cabinteely have Dublin All Ireland winners Sinead Goldrick, Niamh Collins, Amy Connolly, Hannah O’Neill, Emma McDonagh and Tarah O’Sullivan in their starting line-up. Sinead Goldrick was also honoured with a sixth TG4 All Star award last weekend. Recent heartbreak will turn to ecstasy for one of these clubs, with Mourneabbey ready for a fourth final in five seasons.

Clontarf v Emmet Og

In the Intermediate decider, two first-time Finalists meet as Dublin and Leinster champions Clontarf take on Monaghan and Ulster winners Emmet Óg.

Clontarf finally landed the Dublin title after losing the three previous finals and they’ve pushed on from there. Mick Cronin’s charges were extremely impressive in their All-Ireland semi-final victory over St Brendan’s, knocking six goals past the Galway outfit. Former Ireland women’s rugby team captain Fiona Coghlan is on the bench for Clontarf while Kate Fitzgibbon, Siobhán Killeen and Katie Murray were members of Dublin’s TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship winning squad.

A Dublin club has never won the Intermediate Club Final, although Thomas Davis and St Brigid’s did reach this stage.

There has been a Monaghan winner of this competition previously, and that was a decade ago when Emyvale got the better of Ballingeary/Inchigeelagh from Cork.

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