Ladies Football– Jude’s as well as Syl’s progress in quest for All-Irelands

St Jude’s and St Sylvester’s both proceeded their march in the direction of All-Ireland splendor with huge quarter-final sway British champs Tír na nÓg and Holloway Gaels specifically last weekend.

Jude’s reserved their location in the All-Ireland Junior Ladies Football Champion semi-final with a commanding 9-18 bto 0-5 sway Tír na nÓg of Newcastle, while Dublin star Sinead Aherne inspired Syl’s to a 2-12 to 0-5 sway London’s Holloway.

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Learn more in this weeks Dublin Gazette out in stores currently The Templeogue side racked up a total amount of 9-18, most of it after the break, as they place the side based in the north-east of England to the sword at St Margaret’s. Captain Aoife Keyes, corner ahead Cliodhna Nicoletti and also below Laura Martina each hit the internet two times, while Ellie Young netted an individual tally of 1-6 in a leading performance. Jude’s will certainly now deal with Carrickmacross of Monaghan in 2 weeks’time as the Leinster

champs want to get to a first-ever All-Ireland final. Somewhere else, a big crowd was on hand in Malahide as Dublin and Leinster champions Sylvester’s

got over a figured out Holloway Gaels in the Intermediate champion. Aherne bagged 1-5 while her Dublin coworker Nicole Owens grabbed 1-2 from play. The Malahide girls will certainly currently face Ulster and also Fermanagh champs Kinawley Brian Borus back at Broomfield on January 23 at 1pm.

St Jude’s gamers authorize autographs for young followers after their All-Ireland quarter-final gain Newcastle’s Tír na nÓg at St Margaret’s last weekend break Dublin star Sinead Aherne in action for Sylvester’s during their All-Ireland women football quarter-final sway London’s Holloway Gaels at Broomfield last weekend break. Photo:

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