Project Description

From 2014-2016 – for three years in a row – the All Ireland Ladies Football final was contested between Dublin and Cork. And for three years in a row, Dublin were pipped at the post. The Dublin team had become the heartbreaking ‘nearly story’ of Ladies GAA.

Then – at the beginning of 2017 – a new management team was put in place, under the leadership of colourful coach Mick Bohan. Could a fresh voice in the dressing room push them over the top and find a Hollywood ending for a story that had taken on tragic proportions?

The hard work started in the dark Winter nights and the Loosehorse cameras were rolling. Over the course of six months a gruelling physical fitness and skills regime was implemented. But the biggest battle would be in the heads of the players – could they learn to believe again that they had what it takes to be All Ireland champions?