Tipperary LGFA Team in All-Ireland Intermediate Final23 Sep 2017
We extend our best wishes to the Tipperary LGFA team in their TG4 All-Ireland intermediate final tomorrow against Tyrone.
Shane Ronayne and his team play Ulster side Tyrone tomorrow in Croke Park at 13.45 in the TG4 All-Ireland intermediate final.
Tipperary’s last success at this grade came in 2008 when they secured a 0-14 to 1-8 win over Munster rivals Clare played in Croke Park. That day it was Edel Hanley who was the star of the show kicking over a personal tally of 0-10 as Paddy Morrissey’s heroines kicked six unanswered points in the final quarter to turn a goal deficit into a three-point winning margin with captain Angie McDermott securing the honour of the TG4 Player of the Match accolade.
Tipperary scorers: E Hanley 0-10, 7f), S Costello, A McDermott, M Morrissey and G O’Brien 0-1 each.
Team: P Hickey, A O’Dwyer, M Corcoran, C Carroll, A O’Dwyer, T McManus, S Costello, A McDermott, M Morrissey, C Lambert, S Carew, J Grant, E Carroll, G O’Brien, E hanley.
Substitutions: M Luttrell for Grant (42m), C Walsh for E Carroll (42m), N Ferris for Lambert (48m).
— Shane Ronayne (@spronayne) September 15, 2017
Having overcome the challenge of Wexford in the quarter-final (whom they also defeated earlier this year in the league final) and Meath in the semi-final tomorrow’s game promises to be a mouth watering clash, one not to be missed and details of tickets for the game can be accessed here.
For those who can’t make the trip, the game will be broadcast live on TG4 and the station will also show the junior final between Derry and Fermanagh as well as live coverage of the senior decider between Mayo and Dublin. Derry incidentally will be captained by Tipperary native Cait Glass and we wish her and her team the very best in their final.
The Tipperary team to line out tomorrow has been named by manager Shane Ronayne:
1. Lauren Fitzpatrick, Ballymacarbry
2. Siobhan Condon, Aherlow
3. Maria Curley, Templemore
4. Emma Buckley, Cahir
5. Bríd Condon, Aherlow
6. Samantha Lambert, Ardfinnan
7. Laura Dillon, Ardfinnan
8. Aisling McCarthy, Cahir
9. Jennifer Grant, Brian Borus
10. Niamh Lonergan, Moyle Rovers
11. Mairead Morrissey, Brian Borus
12. Aishling Moloney, Cahir
13. Roisin Howard, Cahir
14. Gillian O’Brien, Moyle Rovers
15. Orla O’Dwyer, Boherlahan
16. Patricia Hickey, Brian Borus
17. Caomihe Condon, Brian Borus
18. Anna Rose Kennedy, Aherlow
19. Catherina Walsh, Moycarkey Borris
20. Rachel O’Donnell, Cahir
21. Sarah Everard, Moyle Rovers
22. Laura Morrissey, Brian Borus
23. Anna Carey, Clonmel Commercials
24. Elaine Kelly, Cappawhite
25. Alison Lonergan, Galtee Rovers
26. Aine Fitzgerald, Moyle Rovers
27. Evrena Everard, Moyle Rovers
28. Nicola Loughnane, Thurles Sarsfields
29. Elaine Fitzpatrick, Templemore
30. Aoibhe O’Shea, Mullinahone
Tyrone have also announced their starting fifteen:
- Shannon Lynch (Mná na Deirge)
- Emma Brennan (Trillick)
- Emma Mulgrew (Cill Íseal)
- Caoileann Conway (Sperrin Óg)
- Neamh Woods Capt (Drumragh)
- Shannon Cunningham (Errigal Ciarán)
- Christiane Hunter (Omagh St. Enda’s)
- Meabh Mallon (Aodh Ruadh)
- Emma Jane Gervin (Aodh Ruadh)
- Niamh Hughes (Aodh Ruadh)
- Lycrecia Quinn (Errigal Ciarán)
- Áine Canavan (Errigal Ciarán)
- Niamh O’Neill (Sperrin Óg)
- Gemma Begley (An Charraig Mhór)
- Gráinne Rafferty (Cill Íseal)
— Brian McDonnell (@sixtwofourtwo) September 19, 2017
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— The42.ie (@The42_ie) September 22, 2017
— Jerome Quinn (@JeromeQuinn) September 21, 2017