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The Leinster Senior Ladies Championship Final between Meath and
Laois takes place in Dr Cullen Park on Sunday afternoon.

Both teams have looked impressive over the season and both have
demonstrated a killer instinct in front of goal with both sides
scoring four goals in their respective semi-finals.

Laois will have a slight psychological edge over the Royals having
put them to the sword in a game in Rathoath in early July when
the O’Moore ladies won by a 15 point margin. But Meath have
bounced back from that defeat and beat Dublin in their Leinster
Championship semi-final to book their place in the final. Meath
will look to their semi-final hero Gillian Bennett to lead the
way against Laois. Bennett scored 3-4 against Dublin including
the decisive extra-time goal which sent the Dubs out of the championship.

Armagh will go into this weekend’s Ulster Senior Ladies
Football Championship Final in Clones as favourites following
impressive victories against Donegal and Tyrone but as the Mourne
ladies seek out their first senior title, Monaghan are going for
a record third consecutive Ulster Senior Championship crown.

Armagh lost to Tyrone in the 2nd leg of their semi-final but
had done enough in Mullaghabawn the previous week to ensure their
path to the final. Sunday’s game will hold added significance
for a few of the Orchard County’s players as the O’Donnell
twins, Alma and Bronagh both went to school in Monaghan and played
for St. Louis School in Carrickmacross while Armagh full-back
Fiona Quinn is originally from Donaghmoyne.

Monaghan will be strengthened by the return from injury of Catriona
McConnell. McConnell was named Ulster Young Player of the Year
in 2004 and was a regular for the senior side in the league earlier
on in the year. Monaghan will be contesting their 7th Ulster Senior
Final but only 13 players from last year’s successful panel
will be togging out in Clones.

Cork and Galway do it all again this weekend in the replay of
the All Ireland Minor Final. Both teams contributed to an exciting
whirlwind affair at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick two weeks ago
and will meet again on Saturday in Birr.

Galway looked to have the edge in Limerick but Cork will be able
to count on top goal predator Rhona Buckley who hit the net twice
against the Tribeswomen last time round. Galway will look to Aoife
Kelly and Michelle Delaney who contribute 2-6 between them against
the Rebels staunch defence.


Saturday 5th August 2006

All Ireland Minor Final Replay

Cork v Galway Birr, Offaly 4.00pm

All Ireland U14 A

Dublin v Cork Birr, Offaly 2.30pm

All Ireland U14 B

Clare v Limerick Portumna, Galway 2.30pm

Sunday 6th August 2006

TG4 Junior Ulster Championship Final

Fermanagh v Cavan Clones 1.15pm

TG4 Senior Ulster Championship Final

Armagh v Monaghan Clones 3.15pm

TG4 Junior Leinster Championship Final

Longford v Wexford Dr Cullen Park, Carlow 1.15pm

TG4 Senior Leinster Championship Final

Meath v Laois Dr Cullen Park, Carlow 3.00pm


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