Geraldine McLaughlin, the captain of the Termon's ladies team, says that winning the All-Ireland title would be the "cherry on the croissant" for her club.

The Termon ladies have dominated Donegal ladies football over the past number of years.

And next Sunday they are in the decider of the Tesco sponsored competition when they take on Mourneabbey of Cork.

On Sunday morning, Termon held their final training session for the full panel.

With many of the girls away during the week, this was manager Francie Friel's last chance to have them altogher.

Club officials and supporters are erecting flags, bunting and signs of support all around the Termon and Kilmacrennan area where there is now a real buzz in the run up to the final.

Meanwhile, Sunday's clash between Termon and Mourneabbey in the Tesco Ireland Homegrown Senior Club All-Ireland FInal's venue has been confirmed.

The final shall take place this coming Sunday (Sunday 30th November, 2014) in Tuam Stadium, Galway at 2pm.

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