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Katie O'Connor - Ardfinnan

Katie first started playing football with her club Ardfinnan in 2016 and reached the u-12 ‘A’ County Final in 2016 & the semi-final of the u-12 Championship in 2017. In 2018 she won the u-14 Summer League Division 1 Plate

Katie won two u-13 Cumann an mBunscol Camogie County titles with her national school. She was selected for the Tipperary Primary Games football team in 2018 playing Waterford at half time in Semple Stadium.

Katie was selected to represent her County for u-14 football in 2019 and won the Munster ‘B’ Championship and reached the All Ireland Silver final where they were runners up to Limerick.

She has won many County Camogie titles at u12, u/13 and u/14 with her club Ballybacon Grange.

Katie enjoys playing Football, Camogie and Soccer with her school Colaiste Dun Iascaigh. In 2019 her team won the A final of the County First and Second year Rockwell Football Blitz. She also captained her school team winning the Junior Munster Camogie Sevens and Junior All Ireland Sevens.

Katie was selected to represent her County playing Camogie in 2019.


Emma Guthrie - Ardfinnan 

Emma first started playing football with Ardfinnan in 2014, in 2017 she captioned her club to an u-11 Summer League title and with her primary school won the u-13 'B' Cumann na mBunscol County Final. In 2018 she won the u-13 ‘A’ Cumann na mBunscol County Final and with her club won the u-14 county final and reached the county semi final in 2019. Emma’s favorite position is wing back.

Emma also plays Camogie with Ballybacon/Grange and has also represented her county at this level. She has won four county titles with her club and represented her school in Primary Games. Emma has also won Camogie player of the year in 2017 and 2019.


Sinéad O'Carroll - Ardfinnan

Sinead began playing football in 2013 with the u-8 age group with Ardfinnan and won her first title playing as goalkeeper in the u-11 Summer League in 2017.

In 2018 she was captain of the team that were runners up in the u-11 Division 2 County Final and u-12 ‘B’ Championship.

In 2019 she was part of the team that reached the u-12 ‘B’ County Final playing at midfield. Sinead was chosen to represent her N.S. & her County in the Primary Games during the double header v Limerick in Semple Stadium. Also in 2019, she was captain of her school team, Newcastle N.S. that won the u-13 ‘A’ Plate Final in the inaugural LGFA Primary Schools Blitz. She played wing back & midfield in the u-14 ‘A’ Championship this year reaching the quarter final.

Sinead has also played football & hurling at u-12 level with Newcastle GAA for the last three years. She also plays football, camogie, basketball, spikeball & soccer with her secondary school. Sinead has 4 county camogie medals with her Club, Ballybacongrange at u-12, u-13 & u-14 level.

Favourite Position : Half back line or midfield.


Niamh O'Farrell - Ardfinnan

Niamh first started playing football with her club Ardfinnan in 2014 with the under 8 team.

She won an u-13 ‘B’ Cumann na mBunscoil Football title in 2017 with her Primary School.  Niamh was captain of her school team in 2018 when they won the ‘A’ title in the same competition in Semple Stadium.

Niamh was selected to play in midfield for the Tipperary Primary Schools team in 2019 and played against Limerick during the senior men’s match in June 2019.

She was part of the U14 Football Development squad during the summer of 2019.

Niamh won her first county football medal in 2017 when her club Ardfinnan won the u-11 Division 1 League.  She was on the Ardfinnan u-14 team when they won the summer shield in 2018.

Camogie is also a big part of Niamh’s life. Her club, Ballybacon-Grange has had much success in recent years including winning U12 championship in 2017, the U12 League in 2018 and the U13 Championship in 2018. She was on the U14 teams in 2018 and 2019 when the club won the County B League.  

Niamh has also competed in Cross Country running and won the County Primary Schools cross-country title in Thurles in 2018.


Eva Cremmins - Arravale Rovers


Ciara O'Hora - Arravale Rovers

Ciara first started playing football with Sologhead GAA Club in 2010, in her final year she captained the u-12 Cappa/Sologhead to a West 'B' Final. Ciara has been playing ladies football with Arravale Rovers since 2015. With her Primary school she played in the Cumann na mBunscol u-11 Mixed County Final in 2017. In 2018 Ciara was chosen to represent her County in the Primary Games as Corner Forward against Waterford in Semple Stadium. With her Club she won her first County Final medal with u-11 ‘B’ team. Ciara made her Inter-County debut in Naomh Mearnog at the Eugene Egan Memorial

Tournament September 2018.

2019 was a very busy year for Ciara, she was on the U-14 team that won a Munster ‘B’ championship medal against Clare in Mallow and reached the All Ireland ‘C’ Championship final against Limerick. With her club she won u-14 Feile and represented Tipperary in John West Feile in Galway, she also

reached the u-14 Division 1 League and u-14 'A' Championship county finals.

In 2019 Ciara gained representative honours with South Tipperary Soccer team and they came 5th in the country at the Gaynor Cup. In 2020 she won the u-14 TSSDL Tipperary Cup with her club TTLFC.


Aoibhe Maher - Ballyporeen

Aoibhe started playing u8’s in 2015 with Ballyporeen. In 2019 she won the u-12 'C' Championship and the u-14 'D' Championship.  Also that year Aoibhr was chosen to represent her school on the Primary Games Camogie team. In hurling she won the u-12 'A' with Brian Borus and was joint captain. With her Secondary School Aoibhe captained the u-13 team to county football honours.


Emer Dwan - Boherlahan Dualla

Emer started playing football with Boherlahan ladies football in 2011. She has won approximately 10 county medals including an u-11 and u-12 county final in 2016. During her eight years in primary school she won numerous county finals and also represented her school on the primary game camogie team.

In 2018 Emer was selected to represent her County on the u-14 football team where they won the Munster ‘B’ Championship and reached the C All-Ireland final.

With her secondary school their Junior football team are currently in a Munster semi-final and her first year soccer team won the All-Ireland Futsal title. Emer also plays camogie, soccer and hockey. Their junior soccer and camogie teams are also in two munster semi -finals. An avid sports person Emer has a busy year ahead playing football, camogie and soccer.


Paula Quirke - Boherlahan Dualla

Paula first started playing LGFA football with her Club Boherlahan-Dualla in 2017. Before this she would have played football with her school winning her first Cumann Na mBunscol u-11 Roinn B ladies football final in 2014. In 2015 she was also on the team that repeated this victory.

In 2017 Paula was joint captain on the u-11 LGFA team that won the Division 3 Summer League and won an u-12 LGFA 'C' County final the same year. Paula was on the victorious team which won the u-14 LGFA Summer League Div 3 Plate final. Paula played on the (girls) school's team in the Primary Blitz A shield competition finishing runners up. 

In 2018 she was on the club team that won the u-14 LGFA 'B' Championship and was on the team that were runners up in the Primary School Blitz "A" Shield final. In 2019 Paula captained the u-14 LGFA Division 2 Summer League winning team.

Paula played football and hurling with Boherlahan-Dualla GAA club up to u-12. Winning the following: u-11 Mid Tipperary Hurling shield (Gr 4) & u-12 Mid Tipperary Hurling (Gr 3) Shield in 2017 and Mid Tipperary hurling u-12 Shield (Gr 3) in 2018.

Other interests are playing Camogie with Boherlahan-Dualla and Athletics with Dundrum AC. In camogie Paula has represented Tipperary at u-14 level during 2019. In cross country athletics Paula has won county and munster medals.


Hannah Downey - Boherlahan Dualla

Hannah started playing football in 2017 with her club Boherlahan Dualla, and that year won her first County title winning the u-12 'C' Championship, 

and reached an u-14 county final in New Inn against Moycarkey Borris but sadly lost by a point.

In 2019 Hannah won the u-14 Division 2 Summer League, and with her secondary school won a Munster 'B' final and an All Ireland final against Donegal. 

At the end of 2019 Hannah was chosen to represent her County on the u-14 panel. 

Hannah is also a keen soccer player re[resenting her County for the past two years. In 2019 she won the Gaynor Cup Shield final and has also played in the Aviva Stadium during a five a side soccer tournament with her Primary School and scored the winning goal in their last match putting them 3rd on the leader board.

Hannah enjoys playing football, soccer, camogie and basketball with both club county and school teams. Her favourite position is midfield or centre forward



Isobel O'Donnell - Brian Borus

Isobel first began playing football with her club Brian Borus in 2013. In 2017 she reached the county final with her club in the u-11 in the Summer League and also reached the u-11 Cumann na mBunscol county final with her primary school.

In 2019 she won the Tipperary ‘B’ LGFA blitz with her primary school, was awarded player of the match and won a ‘C’ south final with the GAA.  Her favourite position is wing forward.  Isobel also enjoys playing soccer and camogie with her club and in 2019 made the primary games team.


Leah Flannery - Cahir

Favourite Position Midfield/Centre Forward

Football: 2015 u-12 'C' County champions, 2016 u-12 'B' County runners up, 2017 County 'B' primary school winners, 2018 u-14 'B' County runners up, 2019 u-16 'B' runners up, 2019 u-14 Munster 'B' champion's.

Camogie: 2015 u12 county winners, 2016 u-12 'C' county winners, 2017 & 2018 u-12 county winners, 2019 All Ireland u-17 schools 7's winners, 2019 munster u-17 plate winners

Soccer: u-12 and u-14 titles


Danielle Ryan - Cappawhite

In 2017 Danielle was captain of u-12 team that won the 'B' competition at football blitz in Cahir. In 2019 her club were runners up in the u-14 Summer League Division 2 Cup Final and winners of the u14 'C' Championship Final.

In 2018 she was part of the u=13 Tipperary Development Squad

Danielle also enjoys playing camogie with her club Eire Og Annacarty .She has won u-12 'A' County medals with her club and represented Tipperary in the Feile group A. Danielle represented her primary school in 2019 on the Primary Games Camogie team,getting to play in Pairc Ui Caoimhe against Cork.

Danielle played u12 football and hurling with Sean Treacys mixed team and played exhibition match during interval of Hurling League final between Tipp and Galway at Gaelic Ground in 2017.

Her favourite position to play is midfield.


Ava Wall - Clerihan

Ava Wall started playing football with Clerihan when she was u-6. Ava won her first county medal in 2017 in the u-12 'B' Championship. Ava was delighted to represent her school Clerihan N.S. in 2018 in the primary games playing at Semple stadium between the Men’s Tipperary v Limerick game. Ava plays with the Loreto Clonmel school teams. Ava generally plays either wing or corner forward. Ava loves basketball and is a keen hurler and also plays camogie for Moyle Rovers. Outside of sport, Ava plays the flute and is a member of Banna Chluain Meala.


Ciara Redmond - Clonmel Commercials

Ciara started playing football at u-6 level with Clonmel Commercials in 2012.  Ciara played with the Intercounty Development Squad in 2017 and has enjoyed much success with Clonmel Commercials playing in her favourite position Left Corner Back. They were the u-14 ‘B’ Tipp Féile Winners of 2019 and went on to reach the u-14 ‘B’ Féile Shield final in Mayo in 2019.  Ciara also played in the u-14 ‘B’ County Final in which they were runners up in 2019.

Ciara is a member of the Gaelcholaiste Cheitinn, Cluain Meala Senior ladies football team which has progressed to the Munster Semi Final to be played in early 2020.

Ciara participates and enjoys all sports. She has been very successful with Taekwondo having achieved her 1st Dan Black Belt in 2018. She was runner up in the Manchester Open International in 2017 and won back to back gold medals in the Irish Open in 2018 and 2019.


Áine Connolly - Fethard


Evie Smith - Fethard


Emily Spillane - Fethard


Aoibheann Collum - Fethard

Aoibheann began playing football with her club with the u-8 age group. She won her first League title in 2018 winning the u-14 Division 1 Summer League and reached the final of the u-12 ‘A’ Championship. With the Community Games team Aoibheann won the u-14 County Final, the u-14 Munster Final and won a Bronze medal in the u-14 All Ireland Community Games.

2019 was a very busy year as Aoibheann was also chosen to represent her county on the u-14 panel winning the u-14 ‘B’ Munster Final and reaching the All Ireland Final. With her Club she reached the semi-final of the u-14 ‘A’ Championship and the final of the u-16 ‘A’ Championship. Aoibheann was chosen to represent her County in the Primary Games during the double header v Limerick in Semple Stadium. 

Aoibheann also plays spike ball and enjoys crossfit and swimming. She represents her school playing football on both the Junior & Senior teams, winning the first year Blitz in Rockwell in 2019. Her favourite position is wing back.


Anna Phelan - Galtee Rovers St Pecaun's

Anna first started playing football with her club Galtee Rovers St Pecaun's in 2014 with the u-8 age group. With her Primary school she won the Cumann na mBunscol u-11 Mixed County Final in 2016, the u-13 girls Cumann na mBunscol County Final in 2017 & captioned the u-11’B’ Cumann na mBunscol to a County title also that year.

2018 was a very busy year winning another girls County u-13 Cumann na mBunscol title in Semple Stadium, being Runner Up in the u-11 Division 1 Summer League, Runner up in the u-12 County ‘A’ Championship, Runner up u-14 ‘A’ Championship and Runner up in the u-12 Shield with the GAA.

In 2019 Anna was chosen to represent her County in the Primary Games as Goal Keeper during the double header v Limerick in Semple Stadium. With her Club she won her first County Final medal captaining the u-12 ‘A’ team to a County title wearing the number 8 jersey, she also played in goals winning the u-14 Division 1 Summer League Plate. Also, this year she represented her parish in the Community Games and played in both the u-12 and u-14 County Finals, winning the County u-14 title and runner up at u-12 age group.

Anna made her Inter-County debut in New Inn during the u-12 Development blitz in 2019 and was chosen to represent her County on the u-14 panel for 2020. She also represents her school on both the Junior and Senior teams playing Center Forward which is her favourite position. 

In 2019 she also was chosen to represent her County with South Tipperary Soccer and came 3rd in the country in the Gaynor Cup. With her club TTLFC they completed a treble winning the TSSDL u-12 Premier Girls League, the u-12 Tipperary Cup and the u-14 Tipperary Cup.


Kate Marnane - Galtee Rovers St Pecaun's

Kate first started playing football with her club Galtee Rovers St Pecaun’s in 2014 with the u-10 age group.

In 2018 she represented her primary school at the Cumann na mBunscol playing on the mixed u-13 football and u-13 hurling teams that were county finalists in both codes that year. Also in 2018, her Galtee Rovers team reached the final of both the U-12 & u-14 ‘A’ Championship county finals.

In 2019, she won the Division 1 u-14 Summer League Plate and following on from that she won the Community Games u-14 County football final with Galtee Rovers.

Her favourite position is full back.

Kate also enjoys playing camogie with her camogie club Rockwell Rosegreen winning their first county title in 2019. She was chosen to represent her school in 2019 on the Primary Games Camogie team, getting to play in Pairc Ui Caoimhe against Cork.


Grace Fitzpatrick Ryan - Holycross Ballycahill


Ciara Shelley - Moycarkey Borris

Ciara started at the age of 5 with her club Moycarkey Borris,her favourite position being center forward. In 2015 she got her first taste of success winning the Enda Mc Donnell tournament at under 10 level and won it again in 2016.

In 2017 she won her first Cumann na mBunscol u-11 football county title with her National School. 2017 was also the start of Community Games success where she won the u-12 football county final and faced Kerry in the Munster final. She finished the season with the u-11 Division 1 Summer League football title.

2018 was another great year winning  second Cumann na mBunscol title in u-11 football. She again won the Community Games football county final facing Clare in the Munster Final that went to extra time.. She won a u-12 ‘D’ Mid football title with the boys and the u-12 ‘A’ Championship with Moycarkey Borris ladies. She won a u-16 ‘C’ football title and was also part of the Tipperary u-13 football development, finishing 2018 with an u-12’B’ Camoige County title.

2019 was a very busy year with a huge amount of success. In school she finished primary school with an u-13 Cumann na mBunscol Camoige and Football county titles. She also had the honour of representing her school in primary games camogie against Cork. She won the under 14’B’ Camoige title and went on to win the All Ireland Feile final in injury time against Cork. She won a county and Munster title in community games camogie and were runners up in the All Ireland to Kilkenny. In football she won the Summer League Division 1 title and A Championship against Arravale. She had a great year representing Tipperary Ladies Football winning the ‘B’ Munster Final and All Ireland C finalists to Limerick.

Ciara also enjoys Basketball with Tipp Talons where she has picked up numerous awards over the years .In athletics she has Munster titles in turbo javlin and is All Champion in team Javlin with her sister in 2016. She also enjoys soccer where she has had great success. In 2016 she won the All Ireland Community games against Donegal in 5 aside soccer. She is part of the Gaynor Squad since 2017 where she won the All Ireland Shield final in 2019. Finally with her new secondary school she won the County, Munster and All Ireland Futsol Final .


Caitlin Shelley - Moycarkey Borris

Caitlin started at the age of 5 with her club Moycarkey Borris, her favourite position being Certre back. In 2015 she got her first taste of success winning the Enda McDonnell tournament at u-10 level and won it again in 2016.

In 2017 she won her first Cumann na mBunscol u-11 football county title with her  National School. 2017 was also the start of community games success where she won the u-12 football county final facing Kerry in the Munster final. She finished the season with the u-11 Division 1 Summer league football title.

2018 was another great year winning another Cumann na mBunscol title in u-11 football. She won the community games football county final this time getting knocked facing Clare in the Munster Final which went to extra time. She won a u-12 ‘D’ Mid football title with the boys, the u-12 ‘A’ football county title with Moycarkey Borris ladies and also the u-16C football Championship title. She finished the year with an u-12 ‘B’ Camogie County title.

2019 was a very busy year with a huge amount of success. In school she finished primary school with an under 13 Cumann na mBunscol Camogie and football county titles. She also had the honour of representing her school in primary games football against Limerick. She won the u-14 'B' Camogie title and went on to win the All Ireland Feile final in injury time against Cork. She won a county and Munster title in community games camogie and were runners up in the All Ireland to Kilkenny. In football she won the u-14 Summer League Division 1 title and u-14 ‘A’ Championship against Arravale Rovers. She had a great year representing Tipperary Ladies Football winning the B Munster Final and All Ireland C finalists to Limerick.

Caitlin also enjoys Basketball with Tipp Talons where she has picked up numerous awards over the years. In athletics she has Munster B titles in sprints  and is All Champion in team Javlin with her sister in 2016. She also enjoys soccer where she has had great success as a goalkeeper. In 2016 she won the All Ireland Community games against Donegal in 5 aside soccer. She is part of the Gaynor Squad since 2017 where she won the All Ireland Shield final in 2019.Finally with her new school The Presentation Thurles she won the County, Munster and All Ireland Futsol Final.


Éabha Dolan - Moyle Rovers

Éabha first began playing football at the age of 5 with her club Moyle Rovers in 2011. She won her first county medal with her club in the u-12 'B' championship in 2015, as an u-9 player.

With her Primary School she captained the team in the u-11 'A' Cumann na mBunscoil County Final in 2016 and reached the County Final again in 2017 with the u-13 age group.

In 2017 Éabha was part of the u-11 Community Games' panel that were County Final runners up in Semple Stadium.

In 2018 she was selected to represent her school on the Primary Games team, wearing the no.10 jersey . This year her club team reached the u-14 'C' County Final. She also plays football with her secondary school and is currently on the Junior 'A' panel.

Éabha's other interests are camogie, hockey, soccer, tennis, basketball and music. Her favourite position is centre - forward.


Ellie Franklin - Moyle Rovers


Aedín McCormack - Moyle Rovers

Aedín started playing for Moyle Rover’s in 2012 when 6yrs old. In 2016 she played in the u-12 County Final, narrowly losing out by a point. She played with her national school and won a Cumann Na mBunscol county u-12 title in 2017. Also that year her club team played in the community games final in Semple Stadium.

This year her u-14 team reached the League Final and the C- County final, Losing narrowly in both. She was also a part of the u-16 team this year.

Last year Aedín was part of the u-14 County football team which won a Munster title and got to an All-Ireland final. She is delighted to be part of the panel this year again and is hoping to go one step further.  Her favourite position(s) are Midfield and Half Back

Aedín is a member of the Junior & Senior Football Panels as well as the School Soccer team. She also plays SpikeBall where she reached an All Ireland Semi Final last Year. Her other sporting love is Basketball, both in School and with the South Tipp Titans Club. She has also won numerous County & Provincial medals in Track & Field and Cross Country whilst representing Clonmel A.C


Amy Reddan - Moyne Templetuohy

Amy first started Football with her club Moyne-Templetuohy in 2015 with the u-10 grade. In 2016 she won a summer league title with her club. In 2017 with her primary school Amy won an u-13 blitz and a Cumann na mBunscol county final. Also, that year and in 2018 she won mixed mid-finals with Moyne-Templetuohy.

In 2018 Amy represented Tipperary at the u-13 age group. In 2019 Amy was chosen to represent her county for the primary game in Semple Stadium.

Amy’s favourite playing position is wing back. Amy’s other interests are camogie and cross country running in which she has won county and Munster medals.

In 2019 with her secondary school Amy won the FAI post primary school All-Ireland Futsal Final.


Ciara Fitzpatrick - Rockwell Rovers

Ciara was chosen to represent her School in 2019 in the football Primary Games as half back during the double header Tipp v Limerick in Semple Stadium.

With Rockwell Rovers Ciara got to the u-12 'B' County Semi Final and she also got to a Summer League Final in 2019 but was narrowly beaten by Ballyporeen.

Ciara made her inter county debut in New Inn with the u-12 development squad and was chosen to represent her County on the u-14 panel for 2020.

Ciara plays Camogie for Rockwell Rovers and Rugby for Kilkenny RFC. Ciara plays soccer for Cashel Town FC and has also represented Tipperary u-12s and u-13s soccer teams at the Gaynor Cup.


Chloe Kelly - Sliabh na mBan

Chloe started playing football with Sliabh na mBan in 2017, in that same year she won her first county medal in the u-12 'A' Championship. She represented her primary school in 2018 in the primary games playing in Semple stadium at half time of the men’s Tipperary v Limerick football championship match. Chloe usually plays in the half back or full back position but can play in all positions on the pitch. Chloe also plays camogie with Carrick swans u-16.




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