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Ladies' Football overview

Updated: Monday, 24 Sep 2007 07:19

Cork's Juliette Murphy and Mary O'Connor lift the silverware Maeve Quinn of Leitrim holds onto possession despite the efforts of Wexford's Kate Kelly
Cork's Juliette Murphy and Mary O'Connor lift the silverware Maeve Quinn of Leitrim holds onto possession despite the efforts of Wexford's Kate Kelly

It was Ladies' Day at Croke Park today, with three All-Ireland finals being played at GAA Headquarters.

The first match offered the rare sight of a Kikenny team in an All-Ireland football final.

The Cats, who are competing in the Junior decider, took on a London side that included four Meath natives.

The Noresiders scored two vital first-half goals and survived a couple of late scares to run out 3-05 to 2-05 winners.

Following that, an Ann Marie Cox inspired Leitrim overcame Wexford 0-17 to 0-10 to claim the All-Ireland Inrtermediate title.

And the triple-header finished with the eagerly-awaited clash of Mayo and Cork.

The highly-fancied Rebelettes claimed their third All-Ireland Senior title in-a-row on a scoreline of 2-11 to 2-06.

The margin of victory would have been far greater had Mayo not scored two late goals.