ALL-Ireland champions Termon completed a clean-sweep of trophies for 2014 as they blasted their way to the League title at the expense of Glenfin at the Burn Road on Sunday.
GERALDINE McLaughlin gave a masterclass yesterday as Termon’s ladies created history in Tuam, defeating Cork’s Mourneabbey to win the All-Ireland senior ladies title, in doing so becoming the first club side from Donegal to win an All-Ireland.
FRANCIE Friel likens Sunday’s All-Ireland club final against Mourneabbey to an exam.
The Termon ladies are bidding to become the first team from Donegal to win an All-Ireland club title on Sunday when they face Mourneabbey from Cork in the Ladies All-Ireland Senior Club final.
Chris McNulty speaks to Termon ace Roisin McCafferty…
A clinical finish to the net by Termon full forward Geraldine McLaughlin eight minutes from the end of normal time proved to be the decisive score of a nail-biting Ladies All-Ireland senior club football semi-final in Clonberne, Galway on Sunday as the Ulster champions deservedly booked their spot in the decider.
Chris McNulty hears from the Termon camp following their winning of the Ulster Championship on Sunday
TERMON are on the Ulster final charge again on Sunday when they travel to take on Down’s Castlewellan in the Ulster semi-final (Castlewellan, throw-in 2pm).
TERMON manager Francie Friel says his girls only started to think about the Ulster Championship campaign after defeating Glenfin in the Donegal final last month.
TERMON Ladies picked up a valuable win on their way to retaining the Donegal senior ladies league title at the Burn Road.