Sevilla’s ladies A team ended an impressive season unbeaten as they took the ladies’ trophy back to the city of flamenco. While they faced a tough challenge from the Málaga girls earlier in the season, the challenge fell away as they asserted their status as the team to beat come next GAA season. Further praise for the club comes for their fielding of a total of four teams in their home tournament in February, a testament to the ethic within the club.
Málaga’s ladies will be happy with a respectable 2nd place finish after a brief wobble in the Sevilla tournament. Costa Gaels meanwhile will be disappointed to have drawn with Málaga but losing narrowly to Sevilla Seamróga which ultimately sealed their fate in 3rd place. Both clubs will see the year as great progress nonetheless, as will Lisbon Celtíberos who fielded their first full ladies team.