Dublin have set their sights on a hat-trick, after successfully defending their All Ireland Ladies Senior Football title for the first time.
They beat Cork by 3-11 to 1-12 at Croke Park yesterday to lift the Brendan Martin Cup for the second successive year.
Carla Rowe scored two stunning goals.
The Clann Mhuire forward is already looking towards the future.
It is the first time Dublin have beaten Cork in the Championship, and the Rebels’ first ever All Ireland final defeat.
Dubs boss Mick Bohan is particularly pleased to have gotten the upper hand.
Tyrone were crowned intermediate champions following a 6-08 to 1-14 victory over Meath.
Limerick won the Junior title with a 5-06 to 8 points win over Louth.
A record breaking crowd of 50,141 people attended yesterdays finals.
— Ladies Football (@LadiesFootball) September 16, 2018
Meanwhile, the Dublin Senior Hurlers are looking for a new manager.
Pat Gilroy stepped down late last night citing work commitments.
Former Galway boss Anthony Cunningham and All Ireland winning Cuala boss Mattie Kenny are said to be in the running for the role.