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England can bounce back under 'meticulous' Jones - Former Australia captain Gregan
The retired scrum-half skippered the Wallabies under the 62-year-old.
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'It's safe to say it's changed ladies football as a whole' - Lidl and LGFA's 10-year €10 million partnership
A four-year partnership extension was announced today, after the launch of the LGFA’s new subscription streaming service yesterday.
All time
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'It's a huge issue, probably one that goes unspoken' - Dublin star hails Lidl's period poverty initiative
Carla Rowe discusses its importance in a sporting context, with work underway to have free products available in ladies football clubs.
# Crystal Ball Gazing
Poll: Who do you think will win this year’s Division 1 ladies football league title?
Cork are reigning champions.
# reeling in the year
Quiz: How well do you know your ladies football from 2019?
Test your memory with these 10 questions.
# Stars Align
7 for champions Cork, 4 from Galway, 2 Dubs - 2019 Teams of the League unveiled
Champions Waterford and Meath and finalists Antrim dominate the Division 2, 3 and 4 selections.
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Poll: Who will win today's 2019 Division 1 league final - Cork or Galway?
Throw-in at Parnell Park is 4pm, and the action will be shown live on TG4.
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'You can do all three - working, being a mom, playing football'
Wicklow and Foxrock-Cabinteely star Lorna Fusciardi says you shouldn’t give up your hobby because you have a baby.
# proper fan
Quiz: How well do you know your ladies football from 2018?
Test your memory with these 10 questions.
# good mix
4 for finalists Mayo, 3 for champions Dublin - Teams of the League unveiled
Players from six counties were honoured in Division 1, while champions Tipperary dominate the Division 2 selection.
# On the up
'The standard's gone through the roof. It's become one of the most attractive games to watch'
Mayo manager Peter Leahy on ladies football, learning from Joe Schmidt and his side’s league semi-final against Cork.
# another first
3 big league clashes involving All-Ireland champions Dublin to be shown live on eir
Their meetings with Cork, Mayo and Kerry will be broadcast live as ladies football writes more history.
# proper fan
Quiz: How well do you know your Ladies football from 2017?
Test your memory with these 10 questions.
# Fourth Time Lucky
After endless heartbreak, the time is now for Mourneabbey to reach the Holy Grail
They’ve come within touching distance of All-Ireland glory over the past three years, but the Cork kingpins are yet to get over the line.
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Another record broken as Ladies All-Ireland final viewing figures hit new heights
An average of 303,800 people tuned in throughout the senior final on TG4.
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Attendance at Ladies All-Ireland final in Croke Park shatters previous record
Over 46,000 people turned out in Croke Park for the biggest day in the Ladies football calendar.
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Goldrick draws World Cup positives as Dublin rally in hope of fourth time lucky
All-Ireland finalists the last three years, the Sky Blues face Kerry in today’s semi-final.
# Team news
Four-in-a-row champions Cork and history makers Donegal unveil strong league final sides
Cavan and Westmeath have also named their starting teams for the Division 2 decider.