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Carnacon on the drive for five

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Familiar foes will square off in Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada in Carrick on Shannon on Sunday at 1.30pm, with the Dolores Tyrrell Cup up for grabs. For the second time in as many years, Mayo’s Carnacon will square off against Donaghmoyne from Monaghan for the right to be crowned the best club side in Ireland. The game also sees the meeting of the last two All Ireland champions with Carnacon preceding the Monaghan ladies as the holders of the title, having won their fourth All Ireland senior club title in 2011 with a win over Na Fianna from Dublin. While the Mayo ladies are going for their fifth national title on Sunday, the Monaghan ladies are looking for their fourth, having won the title in 2006 and 2009 to go with their win last year. The side from Farney County also have the upper hand over Carnacon when it comes to final meetings, having beaten the Mayo side twice on the big day, last year and back in 2006 when they claimed their first national senior crown.

Carnacon look to make home advantage count

It is one of those things that seems to never change like the winter weather, come this time of the year Carnacon will be on the hunt for an All Ireland title. On Sunday at home in Clogher the standard bearers of senior ladies football in the county are once again looking to book their place in an All Ireland final. Standing in their way are the Laois and Lenister champions, Mountmellick Sarsfields.

Monaghan stand in Mayo's way

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It's Ulster opposition once again for the Mayo ladies senior football side as they aim to make it back into the All Ireland semi-final tomorrow. The ladies this time will meet old rivals Monaghan for a place in the last four of the competition. Mayo picked up the pieces from a shattering defeat to Galway in the Connacht final late on to see off the challenge of Tyrone in the last round of qualifiers with a 3-12 to 1-4 win over the O'Neill county girls, thanks in no small part to the talents of Cora Staunton, which continue to be one of the major driving forces in this side. The Carnacon sharp shooter scored 3-11 of Mayo's total that day as part of an amazing performance.

Galway ladies start against Mayo

The Galway Ladies kick off their season this Sunday in Tuam Stadium (2pm) when they face Mayo in the first round of the Bord Gais Energy Ladies division two tie.

Carnacon looking for lucky number four

Having picked up three ladies’ All Ireland senior club titles inside the past decade Carnacon are back in the final on Sunday and looking to turn that triple of championships into a quadruple. The girls in green and red have made their way back to the final this year and after narrowly losing out to Inch Rovers from Cork in last year’s showpiece, they will have extra motivation to make this All Ireland number four for the central Mayo club. Standing in their way in Ballymahon in two days’ time will be Dublin and Leinster champions, Na Fianna. The Dublin ladies saw off the challenge of Munster and Cork champions Donoughmore by four points at the start of the month.

Carnacon look to inch over the line again

n Banagher on Sunday, weather permitting, Carnacon and old foes Inch Rovers will come face to face with the All Ireland senior title at stake. Sunday’s meeting in Offaly will be the third meeting of these sides in the final in four years, with Carnacon winning both finals and now looking to make it three out of three against the Cork club. The 2007 meeting in the final saw Carnacon win out by 11 points on a score of 2-14 to 1-6, while in 2008 putting back to back titles together Carnacon won by five points to seal their double.

Carnacon look to keep up good run

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It all seems so familiar, Carnacon on the cusp of an All Ireland final and while the central Mayo club have been the undisputed Queens of Mayo football for what seems like nigh on forever, they still have the hunger to drive for success year after year. That hunger has once again brought them to the final four in the country and a place in the All Ireland final up for grabs, standing in their way are Laois and Leinster champions Timahoe.

Tough start for Galway ladies

Galway ladies begin their season when the Bord Gais Energy National Ladies Football League kicks off on Sunday.

Carnacon back in familiar territory

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Carnacon in an All Ireland semi-final is as familiar a sight as the feeling of heartbreak that comes each summer when Mayo crash out on their chase for Sam Maguire. And this Sunday the central Mayo girls are back on old familiar ground, if the venue is one they would have liked to avoid.

Ladies All Ireland senior semi-final Carnacon back in familiar territory

Carnacon in an All Ireland semi-final is as familiar a sight as the feeling of heartbreak that comes each summer when Mayo crash out on their chase for Sam Maguire. And this Sunday the central Mayo girls are back on old familiar ground, if the venue is one they would have liked to avoid.

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