In 2005 a ladies adult gaelic football team was set up shortly after the clubs relocation to the Littlepace area. The team was managed by Willie Redmond. The ladies football team finished 7th in Division 7 and picked up their first ever competitive wins in both league and championship in 2008. The team sadly disbanded in 2009.
The first underage football and camogie teams were fielded at Under 12 in 2008 and enjoyed a good deal of success. The U12s Camogie team reached the County Championship Final, however they were beaten by Good Counsel. They were also runners up in Division 2 group 2 league. Four members of the camogie team were selected for the Under 12s Dublin Camogie development squad. In Gaelic football the Under 12 team were Division 3 shield runners up to St. Peregrines. In 2009 the Under 13s won the Division Three Championship shield.
A separate executive committee was set up in 2010 in order to ensure the development and growth of ladies gaelic games as both the ladies football and camogie are administered by separate county boards in Dublin. The Under 14 team were runners up in Division 3 of the 2010 camogie league defeating Cuala in a play off. They went on to win the Division 4 Football Championship defeating Ballyboughal in the semi final in Hunters Run, and Thomas Davis in the final on Ballinteer Saint Johns all weather pitch on October 31, 2010.
Following on their success in 2010, the ladies section expanded in the number of teams taking to the field for the 2011 season. Along with Under 15 girls camogie and football teams, they also fielded teams at U13 football and camogie and at Under 10. The ladies section also took part in the gaelic for girls initiative. The Under 15s won their league in 2011. Two girls were also selected on the Under 14 Dublin Camogie development squad with Kevin Kenny also on the coaching team. The ladies section was awarded small club of the year award by the Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football board at their annual awards night in November 2011.
In 2012 the ladies section fielded teams in Under 10,11, 14 and 16 football and Under 11, 14 and 16 Camogie. The Under 14 Camogie team won the Dublin Division 5 Camogie Feile on 27th of May defeating Commercials in the Final 0-1 to 0-0 in Parnell Park. They also reached the Division 5 Football Championship final beating Foxrock/Cabinteely on October 22nd in Craobh Chiarans ground Clonshaugh.
In 2013 the ladies section will field teams in both football and camogie at Under 9, 11, 12, 15 and at minor level. The ladies section entered a camogie team into the feile made up of younger players from the Under 15 team and players from the Under 12 team and wn Division 5 beating Setanta in the final. The Under 15 ladies football team reached the Division 4 Championship final loosing to St. Margarets by a singlle point. The Under 15 camogie team lost to Ballyboden/St. Endas in the C Shield Final by 2 points. For 2014 the ladies section are intending on fielding a adult ladies football team. It will vbe the first adult team since 2009.