Donaghmoyne win the All-Ireland Ladies’ Senior Club Championship

They defeated Mourneabbey by three points in Parnell Park

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Picture by: by Jerome Quinn Media for the LGFA

Monaghan's Donaghmoyne are All-Ireland Ladies’ Senior Club Champions for the fourth time.

They defeated Cork's Mourneabbey by three points yesterday in Parnell Park. It finished 0-11 to 0-8. Is is the second year in a row that the Cork side lost the final.

Donaghmoyne full back Hazel Kingham scored the winning points for the Monaghan side. She came up the field late in the game to score the final two points to bring the title back to the Monaghan club for the first time since 2012. 

Their goalkeeper Linda Martin was one of the main reasons Donaghmoyne won the game. She pulled off a brilliant save from Niamh O’Sullivan in the final ten minutes to keep her side in the game.

Jerome Quinn spoke to Kingham and Martin after the game, along with Donaghmoyne's captain Eileen McElroy

Video by Jerome Quinn Media for the LGFA.