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The Mayo Association Dublin have announced that some tickets are still available for their annual awards night, which takes place on Friday, February 14, in Dublin’s Ballsbridge Hotel.
The Galway Ladies have qualified for the division one league semi-final against Dublin on Sunday week after an impressive 1-16 to 2-06 victory over Mayo last weekend.
Galway Ladies have gone top of the National Football League’s division one after a super 4-15 to 1-6 victory over Tyrone in Tuam on Sunday.
The Galway Ladies will travel to St Brendan's Park (Birr) this Saturday to take on Monaghan in the All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship quarter-final.
Galway and Monaghan clash on Saturday for a place in the All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship final.
Galway Ladies issued a strong statement of intent when they easily overcame Tyrone in the TG4 All Ireland Senior Ladies Football championship quarter-final in Cavan on Saturday by 2-20 to 2-5.
Mayo overcame Dublin in a tense encounter at Naomh Mearnog last Sunday to book their place in the league semi-final. Mayo were the quickest to settle and they had two points on the board before Dublin were able to get any sustained possession thanks to good scores from Aileen Gilroy and Niamh Kelly who benefited from great work by Claire Egan. Dublin’s first score came from Lindsey Davey who struck a good point on the run but again Mayo replied well with a great score from corner back Kathryn Sullivan. However Dublin settled thanks to the growing influence of Noelle Healy in the Dublin midfield. Healy scored two points herself as Denise McKenna added two points from frees, and Leah McCaffrey added a fine score after turning over Mayo in their own half back line. However Mayo replied well with the half time whistle fast approaching, scoring the last two points of the half, one from Aileen Gilroy and another from Deirdre Doherty to leave the scores at half time Dublin 0-6 to Mayo’s 0-5.
Galway Ladies suffered a blow to their championship ambitions when losing their Connacht crown to Mayo on Saturday.
Beaten finalists last year, and now relegated to division two - the Galway ladies footballers earned a 0 - 12 to 0 - 12 draw with Laois at O'Moore Park on Sunday, but it was not enough to save them from the drop.