Cork Ladies Football

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tipp-ex
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Re: Cork Ladies Football

Postby tipp-ex » Sat Sep 24, 2016 8:08 pm

Best of luck to them.

Below is the piece from John Mullins in his recent broadcast on behalf of the CCB.
"Páirc Uí Chaoimh will be home also to the most successful ladies GAA players in the country, our ladies football and camogie teams — teams that we have been so proud of over the last decade"

Is this the same board that put 2 county hurling semi finals on at the same time as the ladies AI final?
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Re: Cork Ladies Football

Postby Podsy » Sun Sep 25, 2016 3:22 pm

Up against it here. as big a challenge as this phenomenal team has faced. Who would doubt them though?
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Re: Cork Ladies Football

Postby RebelRising » Sun Sep 25, 2016 3:39 pm

Rhonda had to come in for Doireann .
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Re: Cork Ladies Football

Postby Corcaigh Abú » Sun Sep 25, 2016 4:21 pm

Things looked ropey in the 1st half and I thought they were a beaten docket. Got a stroke of luck (or benefit of ineptitude) with that point for Dublin waved wide and that was the difference in the end. Came out a different team in the second half and worthy champions - again. Dublin played for a penalty near the end and got it.Well done the Rebelettes, but will we hear more about that 'point'
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Re: Cork Ladies Football

Postby Podsy » Sun Sep 25, 2016 4:22 pm

What a team!
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Re: Cork Ladies Football

Postby RebelRising » Sun Sep 25, 2016 4:29 pm

Some group... Wait til we see what is coming behind this group...conveyor belt!!
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Re: Cork Ladies Football

Postby Dorcha » Sun Sep 25, 2016 5:17 pm

Corcaigh Abú wrote:Things looked ropey in the 1st half and I thought they were a beaten docket. Got a stroke of luck (or benefit of ineptitude) with that point for Dublin waved wide and that was the difference in the end. Came out a different team in the second half and worthy champions - again. Dublin played for a penalty near the end and got it.Well done the Rebelettes, but will we hear more about that 'point'


Many times in the past they have looked like a beaten docket and won in the end. What stands to them is that they never give in. I heard some of it on the radio after the match in Pairc Ui Roinn and they seemed to be giving away a lot of possession. Saw the last fifteen minutes on television and they seemed to be getting more chances at that stage and kicked some fine points. As for the phantom point, those are the breaks. Cork have had their own bad break against Tyrone in 2010 when the referee declined to let Cork start any attack in the second half. Notably Dublin won it that year with Cork out of the way.
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Re: Cork Ladies Football

Postby tipp-ex » Sun Sep 25, 2016 6:56 pm

Well done to a magnificent group of players and management
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Re: Cork Ladies Football

Postby Twohands » Sun Sep 25, 2016 7:08 pm

Will they be brow beaten into offering a replay? What is the difference between this and the Antrim/Meath situation (apart from the fact it is womens' football rather than hurling!).
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Re: Cork Ladies Football

Postby westcorkrebel » Sun Sep 25, 2016 7:41 pm

well done to them

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