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Cavan, Cork And Offaly Claim All Ireland Success

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Ladies All-Ireland Senior Football Final

Cork 1-10 Monaghan 1-9

This All Ireland final began with both teams exchanging points yet it would be Cork who would eventually come out on top in this encounter.

Cork were buoyed by the performance of Valerie Mulcahy who helped bring the coveted trophy back to Leeside. Mulcahy’s point taking ability was flawless while she also scored a brilliant individual goal to give Cork a healthy lead.

Her contribution was crucial , helping Cork establish a 1-6 to 0-6 lead at half time.

The Ulster side got into their stride with a brilliant second half. They were helped when Cork gifted them a penalty which Monaghan goalkeeper Linda Martin duly converted to put the Farney county in front.  Monaghan then dominated for a spell as Cork couldn’t hold onto the possession.

Cork eventually got back into this game to level matters with a few minutes to go before a late free from Mulcahy gave the rebels a single point victory to claim their 8th All Ireland title.

Ladies All-Ireland Intermediate Football Final

Cavan 1-14 Tipperary 1-12

Tipperary started this game brightly and raced into an early  three-point lead, but Cavan clawed their way back to level the game at three points a piece.  A goal by Mairead Morrissey gave Tipperary the lead once more, although Cavan reduced the Tipperary lead to a single point at half time (Tipperary 1-7 Cavan 0-9)

Both sides exchanged points in the second half but a late converted penalty by Bronagh Sheridan proved to be winning score for the Cavan , who claim their first All Ireland title.

Ladies All-Ireland Junior Football Final

Offaly 2-11 Wexford 0-12

A brace of goals from Mairead Daly gave the Offaly their first All Ireland Junior title on Sunday in Croke Park.

The sides were evenly matched in the opening stages of this game. Offaly led by 0-7 to 0-4 at the break, but Wexford came back strong to get within a single point of the midlanders. Daly’s first goal secured Offaly’s lead by 1-7 to 0-8 mid way through the second half.  Wexford for their credit kept battling but Daly made sure of victory when her second goal found the back of the Wexford net.

Image courtesy of GAA.ie

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