Two white sliotars on a grass pitch at the Dublin Camogie U14 Development Squad Training

The Dublin Camogie U14 Development Squad for the 2019 season which will be managed by Níall Daly has been announced.

There are 29 players in total on the squad representing 16 clubs from around the county with players from, Ballinteer St Johns, Castleknock, Cumann Baire Caoimhín, Erins Isle, Fingallians, Kilmacud Crokes, Lucan Sarsfields, Na Fianna, Naomh Barrog, Naomh Bríd, Naomh Jude, Naomh Maur, Naomh Uinsionn, Raheny, St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh and St Annes.

The U14 Development Squad will take part in a selection of Blitz’s around the country during the 2019 season.

But the main focus of the development squad is to further nurture the growth and skill levels of the players and to prepare them for competitive competition at U16 level where they will challenge for Leinster and All Ireland titles for the very first time.

Below is the full is the full squad list.

 

Dublin Camogie U14 Development Squad:

 

1. Hazel Grady

Ballinteer St Johns

 

2. Lauren Burke

Ballinteer St Johns

 

3. Sophie Fearon

Ballinteer St Johns

 

4. Saoirse Behan

Castleknock

 

5. Eimear Sutton

Castleknock

 

6. Sophie Doyle

Cumann Baire Caoimhín

 

7. Ella Wilson

Erins Isle

 

8. Kate Watson

Erins Isle

 

9. Aoife Kenny

Fingallians

 

10. Sarah Power

Fingallians

 

11. Helen Reynolds

Kilmacud Crokes

 

12. Sadhbh Murphy

Kilmacud Crokes

 

13. Sibeal Cherry

Kilmacud Crokes

 

14. Clara Finn

Lucan Sarsfields

 

15. Sinead Farrell

Lucan Sarsfields

 

16. Nina Brennan

Na Fianna

 

17. Caitlin Fanning

Naomh Barrog

 

18. Caoimhe Tierney

Naomh Barrog

 

19. Ashling Nyhan

Naomh Bríd

 

20. Grace Rafferty

Naomh Bríd

 

21. Iseult Costelloe

Naomh Bríd

 

22. Caoimhe Begley

Naomh Jude

 

23. Caoimhe French

Naomh Jude

 

24. Kerri Austin

Naomh Maur

 

25. Zara Thorne

Naomh Maur

 

26. Sarah Preston

Naomh Uinsionn

 

27. Clodagh Callanan

Raheny

 

28. Eabha Ni Mhaolagain

St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh

 

29. Emily Fogarty

St Annes