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Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football Team Celebrates 2023 All-Ireland Championship Victory

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The Dublin ladies Gaelic football team marked their 2023 All-Ireland championship victory with a medal presentation ceremony at the Castleknock Hotel in Dublin. The team, which defeated Kerry in the final, was honored in front of a jubilant crowd, with the medals being presented by Leinster LGFA President Trina Murray.

A Triumphant Victory

The final was a closely fought battle, but the Dublin team’s skill and determination ultimately led them to a well-deserved victory. They defeated Kerry with a score of 0-18 to 1-10, cementing their place as one of the top teams in the country.

A Special Moment for First-Time Medalists

For many of the players, receiving their championship medals was a moment they had dreamed of for years. Goalie Abby Shiels, Niamh Crowley, Hannah Tyrell, and Orla Martin were among those who received their first championship medals. It was a proud moment for them, their families, and the entire Dublin team.

A Celebration of a Successful Partnership

In addition to the medal presentation, the ceremony also marked the end of a successful partnership between the Dublin LGFA team and their sponsors, AIG. To commemorate ten years of sponsorship, the team presented AIG with a specially commissioned artwork piece by Dermot Milton. The piece, which will be displayed at AIG’s headquarters, is a fitting tribute to the support and commitment the company has shown to the team over the years.

Among those honored at the ceremony was Sinead Aherne, who received her sixth championship medal. Having won in 2010, 2017-2020, and 2023, Aherne is a true legend of the game and an inspiration to all who follow it.

The Dublin LGFA team’s victory in the 2023 All-Ireland championship is a testament to their skill, determination, and dedication. Their triumph was celebrated in style at the Castleknock Hotel, with the medal presentation ceremony serving as a fitting end to a successful season.

As the team looks to the future, they can do so with pride and confidence, knowing that they have the talent, passion, and support to continue achieving great things. With players like Aherne leading the way and a new generation of stars emerging, the Dublin LGFA team is sure to remain a force to be reckoned with for years to come.

Key points: The Dublin ladies Gaelic football team received their 2023 All-Ireland championship medals at a ceremony held at the Castleknock Hotel in Dublin. The team had defeated Kerry in the final with a score of 0-18 to 1-10. The medals were presented by Leinster LGFA President Trina Murray. Several players, including goalie Abby Shiels, Niamh Crowley, Hannah Tyrell, and Orla Martin, received their first championship medal. For Sinead Aherne, this was her sixth medal, having won in 2010, 2017-2020, and 2023. Last year’s sponsors, AIG, were given a special present by the team, a specially commissioned artwork piece by Dermot Milton to mark ten years of sponsorship.

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