In Pictures: Cork make it 11 All-Irelands in 12 years with victory in Croke Park

A late rally saw the rebels steal home

In Pictures: Cork make it 11 All-Irelands in 12 years with victory in Croke Park

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Cork have once again been crowned Ladies All-Ireland SFC champions after they defeated Dublin on a scoreline of 1-07 to 1-08 at Croke Park. 

A second half goal from Annie Walsh turned the tide of the game after the Dubs led by 0-04 to 0-03 at the break, before Doireann O'Sullivan led the charge as the Rebels began to exert their dominance on the game. 

With one second left on the clock, Dublin were awarded a penalty which Sinead Aherne dispatched to leave it at a one point game but it was too late as the buzzer sounded immediately afterwards. 

However, the winning margin is sure to cause some controversy as Dublin had a point wrongfully waved wide in the first-half, with it unlikely that this will be the last we hear of the matter. 

Here are some of the best pictures:

Supporters cheer on their teams. Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Dublin team huddle
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Dublin's Lyndsey Davey and Roisin Phelan of Cork
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Cork's Marie Ambrose with Niamh McEvoy of Dublin
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Cork's Annie Walsh with Sinead Goldrick of Dublin
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Dublin's Lyndsey Davey and Roisin Phelan of Cork
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The Cork team celebrate at the final whistle
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