Dublin Camogie team named for 2022 Leinster Senior Camogie Championship Final


The 2022 Leinster Senior Camogie Championship final gives Dublin the opportunity to claim a trophy they haven’t won in 35 years

A Dublin and Kilkenny camogie player pictured holding the Leinster trophy to promote the 2022 Leinster Senior Camigie Championship final.
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Dublin Senior camogie manager Adrian O’Sullivan has named his side to face Kilkenny in the 2022 Leinster Senior Camogie Championship Final tomorrow afternoon in O’Moore Park in Portlaoise.

O’Sullivan has unsurprisingly named an unchanged team to the one that comprehensively beat Westmeath last weekend in the semi-final by 1-15 to 0-04.

It’s been 35 years since the Leinster Senior title last resided in the capital and tomorrow presents O’Sullivans squad the chance to end that long wait for senior provincial silverware.

Standing in their way are old foes Kilkenny who along with Wexford, have dominated the Leinster Senior camogie landscape since the late eighties.

Dublin have improved significantly under O’Sullivan who is now in his second season in charge of the squad.

This season Adrian has put his faith in youth and gave six young players their Leinster Senior debuts in the semi-final last weekend and on the evidence of that display and during the national league O’Sullivan looks to have got the blend of youth and experience just right.

Tomorrow’s game in O’Moore Park which throws in a 2.45pm and forms part of a double header with the Leinster Senior Hurling championship clash between Laois and Galway which throws in at 5pm, should be a physical and exciting encounter and is a ticket only affair, tickets can be purchased at the following link: https://leinstergaa.ie/tickets/leinster-shc-rd-4-laois-v-galway-mw-hire-omoore-park-14-5-2022/?fbclid=IwAR0BlkGLpzy0gsgtAxgldfReawyShWhjepEaLXYQVEFQahc8YGWA1SWBLhU

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Dublin Starting 15


1. Eabha Mooney (Castleknock)

2. Christine Shanahan (Naomh Olaf)

3. Eve O’Brien (Na Fianna)

4. Muireann Kelleher (St Vincents)

5. Roisin Baker (Na Fianna)

6. Hannah Hegarty (C) (Naomh Jude)

7. Emma O’Byrne (Good Counsel)

8. Emma Flanagan (Lucan Sarsfields)

9. Gaby Couch (St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh)

10. Elyse Jamieson Murphy (Na Fianna)

11. Niamh Gannon (Naomh Jude)

12. Jody Couch (St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh)

13. Ali Twomey (Lucan Sarsfields)

14. Aisling O’Neill (Castleknock)

15. Aisling Gannon (Naomh Jude)


Dublin Substitutes


16. Ciara Tierney (Na Fianna)

17. Aisling Maher (St Vincents)

18. Aoife Heffernan (St Peregrines)

19. Aoife Walsh (Naomh Jude)

20. Aoife Whelan (Castleknock)

21. Ciara Buchanan (Naomh Mearnóg)

22. Claire Gannon (Naomh Jude)

23. Cliodhna Nicoletti (Naomh Jude)

24. Ellie Young (Naomh Jude)

25. Issy Davis (Kilmacud Crokes)

26. Kerrie Finnegan (Faughs Celtic)

27. Leah Butler (Naomh Jude)

28. Orla Gray (Na Fianna)

29. Robyn Buckley (Skerries Harps)

30. Niamh Heffernan (St Peregrines)

31. Sinead Nolan (Naomh Jude)