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Kilkerrin-Clonberne ladies face Carnacon

Wednesday, 31st October, 2018 12:10pm

Story by Billy Coss
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Kilkerrin-Clonberne ladies face Carnacon

2017 action: Cora Staunton (Carnacon) ahead of Sarah Gormally.

Kilkerrin-Clonberne ladies face Carnacon

2017 action: Cora Staunton (Carnacon) ahead of Sarah Gormally.

MODERN day ladies football is awash with dynasties and having maintained local dominance, the heavy hitters in the club game are starting to flex their muscles as the business end of the All-Ireland Senior Championship looms into view.

Cork's Mourneabbey completed their drive for five provincial titles on Saturday against Ballmacarbry of Waterford, Munster's roll of honour leaders.

Sarsfields from Laois between Dublin standard-bearers Foxrock-Cabinteely and a three in-a-row in Leinster. Donaghmoyne of Monaghan, meanwhile, rule the roost up north and are closing in on an 11th Ulster title since 2004 against Donegal's Glenfin.

Longstanding rivalries may be absent in those provinces, but that same charge certainly can't be levied against Connacht where Kilkerrin-Clonberne and Carnacon will lock horns for a sixth straight season.

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