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'This is unacceptable and sexist. We are still not giving up on our dreams of playing our All-Ireland.'

LGFA remain tight-lipped following allegations of 'sexism' and 'inequality' after cancellation of All-Ireland schools final between Moate CS and Clonmel

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Moate CS players celebrate following the Lidl All-Ireland Junior B Final win over Coláiste Oiriall in April 2019. They still hope to be able to play in the senior ‘A’ final against Loreto Clonmel. Photo: Sportsfile

Moate CS players celebrate following the Lidl All-Ireland Junior B Final win over Coláiste Oiriall in April 2019. They still hope to be able to play in the senior ‘A’ final against Loreto Clonmel. Photo: Sportsfile

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Moate CS players celebrate following the Lidl All-Ireland Junior B Final win over Coláiste Oiriall in April 2019. They still hope to be able to play in the senior ‘A’ final against Loreto Clonmel. Photo: Sportsfile

Late last week, Moate Community School's senior girls' football team had reached that watershed point hovering halfway between fury and despair.

And so vice-captain Emma Kelly released a message on behalf of her team to the Ladies Gaelic Football Association.

There is no sugar-coating the words contained therein.