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Galway Ladies are keeping pace in this season’s Tesco Home Grown Ladies NFL after securing a comfortable victory over Cavan by 3-18 to 1-11 in a chilly Brefini Park on Sunday.
Galway’s Niamh Fahey, who plays for Arsensal Ladies, has added another title to her impressive CV.
Galway’s hopes of reaching this year’s All Ireland Senior Ladies’ Football Championship final were dashed by Kerry in Birr on Sunday.
Galway senior ladies have no fresh injury worries ahead of their crunch All-Ireland semi-final with Kerry in Birr on Saturday (4pm).
Galway have reached the All-Ireland Senior Ladies semi-finals for the first time since 2005 after disposing of Clare in Birr on Saturday evening by 5-19 to 2-16.
Galway senior ladies are hoping to reach the final four for the first time since 2005 when they take on Clare in Birr on Saturday (4.15pm).
Just under two months after they took apart the challenge of Galway in the division two league final, the Mayo ladies will once again face off against the Tribeswomen with some silverware at stake. On Sunday afternoon in McHale Park at 4pm both sides will go toe to toe in the Connacht final. In that final Mayo ran out 4-17 to 2-7 winners with Cora Staunton once again leading the line for Mayo scoring 2-11 of that total. That win propelled Mayo back into division one after a year in a second tier and has set them up well for a crack at Sunday’s Connacht final.
The Galway ladies take on Mayo this Sunday in the Connacht football final at 4pm in McHale Park. Galway will be hoping to avenge their heavy 4-17 to 2-7 defeat in the Division 2 league final to Mayo, and that result sees the home team as hot favourites to win this weekend.
Caltra Cuan’s 0-13
The Galway ladies footballers’ 2011 championship campaign was brought to an end by reigning All-Ireland champions Dublin at St Brendan’s Park in Birr on Saturday – ending a disappointing year for Gay O’Brien’s squad. After only managing two first half points, Galway improved dramatically after the restart but failed to turn their lengthy spells of possession into badly needed scores. After sending over the first point of the game the Jackies were handed a dream start when Amy Ring’s effort from far out on the right-hand side dipped fiercely and landed in the corner of the net to stun Galway.