Friday, June 24, 2022

Following on from their great victory over Wexford two weeks ago the Kildare team to face Meath in Round 4 of the Glen Dimplex Intermediate All Ireland Championship shows just one enforced change from that game.

Kildare’s Emma Barry in action against Emma O’Connell of Meath last December Photo: Sean Brilly

Midfielder Kelly Perkins, who had to leave the field injured two weeks ago, is replaced by Shauna Mulligan who will now partner Dearbhile Byrne in that vital part of the pitch for Kildare.

Manager Joe Quaid was extremely pleased thatĀ  work done on the training ground paid off the last day and that the players started to believe in their own ability in a game that saw Leah score 0-10 of Kildare’s 0-14 on the day.

“The Wexford match was a crossroads, its was probably our most important match of the year,” Joe Quaid said of their victory two weeks ago. “They (the players) were outstanding and it was a joy to watch all their hard work being rewarded.”

Kildare met Meath in the Leinster Final earlier this year and after an outstanding display they were just pipped at the death by the Royals. Since then Meath have lost to Derry and Wexford so Kildare will be all out to build on the performance of two weeks ago and in the Leinster Final to claim another victory in the All Ireland Championship.

Meath V Kildare, Glen Dimplex Intermediate All Ireland Championship Round 4, Saturday 25 June, Rathmolyon GAA, 5pmĀ  Referee, Eamon Cassidy (Derry)

1 Eimear Sterling

2 Nicole Malcolmson

3 Maria Doyle

4 Grainne Noone

5 Chanice Corcoran

6 Emma Barry

7 Ellen Morgan

8 Dearbhile Byrne

9 Shauna Mulligan

10 Aoife Stynes

11 Roisin Forde

12 Emer Reilly

13 Emma Kielty

14 Leah Sutton

15 Ciara Egan

 

16 Roisin Roche

17 Catherine Nealon

18 Niamh Hegarty

19 Gillian Keegan

20 Sinead O’Brien

21 Michelle Convey

22 Sophie Browne

23 Abby Tarrant

24 Jessica Murphy

25 Aine Costello

26 Aoife McDermott

27 Niamh Jenkins

Manager: Joe Quaid

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