Friday, February 14, 2020

AFTER their game against Wicklow fell foul to Storm Ciara last weekend, the Kildare ladies hope to take to the pitch in Hawkfield at 2pm on Sunday in their third game of the season.

Kildare midfielder Siobhan O’Sullivan
Photo: Karl Gormley

Kildare have won both their games so far and will take on a Wicklow team who have drawn both their games so far this season.

Manager Daniel Moynihan has named the same starting 15 as he did last week before the game was postponed so Erica Burke is once again in line to start her first game for Kildare since 2018.

The game will shown live on the LGFA Facebook page and will feature co-commentary from former Kildare star Aisling Holton.

Kildare team:

1 Mary Hulgraine, Moorefield

2 Claire Sullivan, Carbury

3 Lara Gilbert, Kildangan Nurney

4 Shauna Kendrick, Sarsfields

5 Rachel Cribbin, Balyna

6 Dervla Mc Ginn, Maynooth

7 Claire Nugent, Sallins

8 Siobhan O’Sullivan, Eadestown

9 Grace Clifford, Eadestown

10 Erica Burke, Balyna

11 Lara Curran, Milltown

12 Joanne Deay, Clane

13 Neasa Dooley, Castledermot

14 Grainne Kenneally, Eadestown

15 Niamh Sinnott, Monasterevin

16 Irene Heavey, Na Fianna

17 Roisin Byrne, Sarsfields

18 Rachael Corrigan, Naas

19 Megan O’Connor, Kilcock

20 Aislinn Dooley, Suncroft

21 Caoimhe Fagan Hynes, Kilcock

22 Leah Hayes, Round Towers

23 Aoife Rattigan, Cappagh

24 Louise Scully, Ellistown

25 Aoife Stapleton, Monasterevin

26 Orlaith Sullivan, Carbury

27 Grace White, Kilcock

28 Sarah Munnelly, Confey

29 Ellen Dowling,Suncroft

30 Cliodhna Malone, Milltown

The Kildare camogie side also saw their game postponed last week and they will also be in action in Hawkfield at 2pm on Sunday. Against Westmeath, it will the first game under new manager GT Troy and the extra week of preparation will have done them no harm at all.

The camogie stars of the future are also in action this weekend. Declan Curran’s minor team play Limerick in the All-Ireland Championship on Saturday in Hawkfield at 2pm and then on Sunday in Kiltale at2.30pm the Kildare U16s play Meath.

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