The league semi-final clash of ladies` football in Nowlan Park on Saturday

At Nowlan Park there will take place the Saturday’s game of semi-final clash where 2016 All-Ireland finalists Cork and Dublin unveil will participate for league.

The ladies from Ireland team of Cork and Dublin of last year were in perspective their starting sides head of Saturday’s Lidl Division 1 league semi-final.

8 participants of the September’s victorious starting team could take part On the game: the defensive quartet of Marie Ambrose, Bríd Stack, Róisín Phelan and Shauna Kelly, the goalkeeper Martina O’Brien and the attacking 3 women: Annie Walsh, Ciara O’Sullivan and Orla Finn.

10 players that started that match can also participate on the Saturday`s game. Ciara Trant starts in goal again while defenders Olwen Carey, Sinead Finnegan and Leah Caffrey are also included. 

Lauren Magee and Niamh Collins together started in that clash, with the attacking team of Noelle Healy, Niamh McEvoy, Carla Rowe, and Sinead Aherne.

The game will take place at Nowlan Park on Saturday is 3.30pm while Donegal face Galway in the second semi-final on Sunday in Markievicz Park.


1. Martina O’Brien (Clonakilty)

2. Marie Ambrose (St Val’s)

3. Roisin Phelan (Aghada)

4. Emma Spillane (Bantry Blues)

5. Melissa Duggan (Dohenys)

6. Bríd Stack (St Mary’s)

7. Shauna Kelly (Araglen Desmonds Buí)

8. Niamh Cotter (Beara)

9. Jess O’Shea (Inch Rovers)

10. Libby Coppinger (St Colum’s)

11. Bríd O’Sullivan (Mourneabbey)

12. Annie Walsh (Inch Rovers)

13. Eimear Scally (Éire Óg)

14. Ciara O’Sullivan (Mourneabbey)

15. Orla Finn (Kinsale)


1. Ciara Trant (St Brigid’s)

2. Fiona Hudson (Fingallians)

3. Sinead Finnegan (Fingallians)

4. Sinead O’Mahony (Skerries Harps)

5. Martha Byrne (Cuala)

6. Olwen Carey (Thomas Davis)

7. Leah Caffrey (Na Fianna)

8. Lauren Magee (Kilmacud Crokes)

9. Niamh Collins (Foxrock-Cabinteely)

10. Rebecca McDonnell (Clanna Gael Fontenoy)

11. Noelle Healy (St Brigid’s)

12. Carla Rowe (Clann Mhuire)

13. Sinead Aherne (St Sylvester’s)

14. Niamh McEvoy (St Sylvester’s)

15. Siobhan Woods (Raheny)

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