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Yvonne Byrne.
Quick off her line, strong in the air. A commanding keeper.
Annette Gallagher.
Full back of note that is prominent on her college team. Gets forward at every opportunity.
Aine McLean.
Full back that can double as a centre half if required. Never caught for pace.Cool under pressure.
Michelle Ruane.
Insperational captain.Dead ball specialist. Her goal in Cork was exceptional.
Karen Lilly.
Coolness personified.Her ability to read a game prevents problems from occuring.
Martha Carter.
Midfield powerhouse.Never afraid to take on the opposition.
Triona McNicolas.
Flying winger, good crosser of the ball. Can spot the right pass early.
Katie Walsh.
Play maker in the middle of the park, super passer of the ball, can change a game in an instant.
Emma Mullin.
High in confidence after her super match winning strike in the semi-final.Always ready to have a strike on goal.
Aoife Herbert.
A speedy attacker who can produce magic when required, and normally does.Her international experiance will be significant on the day.
Jackie Mulligan.
Gives the team balance on the left. Excellent pace, good passer of the ball.Always giving her defenders an outlet.

Patricia Coyle.
Unlucky not to start in the semi-final. Midfielder who is not fazed by the big occasion.

Karen Lacey

One of the best defender mayo have very unlucky to be up against lilly and ruane for her place

Ann Curtin.
Utility player. Comfortable in the middle of the park or at full back.
Maeve Murphy.
Defence or wide midfield, Maeve always produces the goods when called upon.
Fiona McLoughlin.
Young goalkeeper with a big heart.Safe hands and a quick learner.
Aoife Hanahoe.
Midfielder of some renown. Like katie Walsh a play maker who passes the ball well.
Cara Cooke.
Another player who brings hugh experiance to the squad.
Lisa Webb.
A full back who likes to get forward.
Deirdre Ruane.
A left sided player who featured against the Limerick league, in the second round, at full back.
Linda Barrett.
Utility player that wont be found wanting if called on.
Cora Staunton.
Midfielder who loves to run at defences.
Anne Moran.
Young left full back. Being part of many domestic cup winning teams.
Annie Lynskey.
Striker kept out of the starting eleven only by the great form of Emma Mullin and Aoife Herbert. Manager.


Aiden Flatley.

Assistant Manager.
Michael Jennings. 

Caroline Brennan