With two trophies already safely ensconced in the trophy cabinet this year, the Offaly Ladies Football team begin their quest for a treble on Sunday when they face Louth in the TG4 Junior All Ireland Championship at 2pm.
Louth were runners up last year and Offaly will need to continue their good form if they are to make a winning start to the campaign. The other two teams in the championship are Wexford and Derry.
Offaly have beaten each of the other three teams already this year and will go in as favourites to add another title to their already impressive collection.
The launch of the All Ireland Championships took place today Monday in Croke Park alongside the Gaelic4girls, where a thousand young upcoming footballers participated in a fun day out.
Girls from all over the country descended on Croke Park where they were greeted by the President of the Ladies GAA Pat Quill, they all received medals at the end of the day. Offaly Captain Siobhan Flannery met with some of the girls from Offaly where she signed autographs and had pictures taken.