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THE Wick­low Mi­nor GAA girls were out in the Le­in­ster semi-fi­nal against Kil­dare at the weekend and be­fore the game the con­fi­dence was high.

Sarah Jane Win­der @_SarahJa­nee - Le­in­ster Semi to­mor­row with an amaz­ing bunch of girls :D #Wick­lowAbú #Let­sKick­Ass #Ex­cite­ment @wick­low­gaa

Spud(M)urf @amyspud­mur­phy - Le­in­ster Cham­pi­onship Semi Fi­nal To­morro ! @wick­low­gaa ? #county #mi­nors #LetsDoThis #buzzing.

Sadly how­ever they would join their male Mi­nor hurl­ing cousins on the wrong side of their Le­in­ster score lines as the hurlers fell to Meath in Na­van.

Davy O'Sul­li­van gets the Mon­day blues af­ter Long­ford Town's 2-1 de­feat on Sun­day.

“Noth­ing worse than go­ing into work af­ter los­ing at the weekend #plaguedall­day”

Bray Wan­der­ers winger Adam Hanlon was singing from a dif­fer­ent hymn sheet af­ter the Seag­ulls' win on Fri­day.

“Great re­sult for the boys tonight it's been com­ing ?? and great re­sult for @shelsfc too good to see them fly­ing ?”

That Wan­der­ers match saw Drogheda United goal­keeper Dave Ryan get to know the Bray fans and he was not im­pressed:

“@markoneill1969 @Soc­cRepub­lic yer ban­ter was shit ??????” But Bray fan Mark O'Neill let the facts do the talk­ing: “@ry­hno608 @Soc­cRepub­lic all about the Goals .#Hoof the ball”

A dis­s­a­pointed Emily O'Reilly of Wick­low af­ter the Ladies le­in­ster MFC semi-fi­nal in Aughrim. Pic­ture: Garry O'Neill

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