Croke Park was the venue for a day of ladies gaelic football as the Junior, Intermediate, and Senior All Ireland Finals were held at GAA headquarters. In the first match of the day Louth took on Antrim in the Junior Football final. In the end it was the hard work of the Antrim defenders that made the difference as the Ulster side ran out 3-9 vs 0-07 winners against the Wee County.
In the second match of the day the Intermediate Championship Final saw Armagh face off against Waterford. The Orchard County were set on their way early on when full forward Shauna O'Hagan took advantage of a ball rebounding off the Déise post before slotting it into the back of the net. Despite a good response from Waterford with a netted effort from Linda Wall, Armagh took charge of the match and went in at half time with 4 points to spare. Full Time: Armagh 1-12 Waterford 1-05
The showcase event of the day was the All Ireland Ladies Senior Football Final between rivals Cork and Kerry. Despite the derby nature of the match the technical superiority of the Rebel girls ensured the Brendan Martin Cup would once again be heading back to Cork. Full Time: Cork 0-16 Kerry 0-07