Ladies' Football overviewSunday, 23 September 2007
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.