Historic triumphs, a battle between two powerhouses and iconic moments that defined eras - the All-Ireland Ladies football finals have delivered some memorable days over the last decade and a half.

You can relive those classic moments in a new series available on the RTÉ Player that delves into the archives and showcases some of the most pulsating deciders.

There's the 2005 final, which marked Cork's first ever title win and set the tone for their dominance of the competition in the years that followed.

They would go on to win five in a row, before Dublin broke their own Championship hoodoo in 2010 when they won their first title.

Cork and Dublin would go on to dominate the decade, with the Rebels winning six in a row between 2011 and 2016, before the Blues Sisters returned to the fold, winning titles in 2017, 2018 and 2019, each year in front of new record attendances at Croke Park.

Great days, great occasion.

Watch the All-Ireland Ladies Football Finals series on the RTÉ Player here