Liberty Insurance Senior Camogie Championship
Dublin v Derry
Saturday 16th Of July
Venue: O’Toole Park,Crumlin,
Throw-In: 2.30pm

Dublin manager Shane O’Brien has named his team to face Derry on Saturday in the Senior Camogie Championship.

Dublin’s last gasp draw with Tipperary last weekend kept their championship alive and means this Saturday’s game is make or break for the girls in blue.

It’s still going to be a tall order for the Dubs to make the quarter finals, not only do they have to defeat Derry but they must also win by a whopping 26 points.

With that high total, the sky blues will need to score plenty of goals and a couple of early three pointers in the game would give the team a fighting chance to pull off what would be a stunning victory.

Saturday then is gearing up to be an edge of the seat encounter and one definitely not to be missed.

Dublin Starting 15:

1. Síle Níc Coitir
Ballyboden St Enda’s

2. Catríona Power
Naomh Mearnóg

3. Eve O’Brien
Na Fianna

4. Elaine O’Meara
Na Fianna

5. Grainne Quinn
Naomh Bríd

6. Alison Maguire
Naomh Uinsionn

7. Laura Twomey
Naomh Mearnóg

8. Orla Beagan
Lucan Sarsfields

9. Leah Butler
Naomh Jude

10. Ali Twomey
Lucan Sarsfields

11. Aine Fanning
Naomh Uinsionn

12. Louise O’Hara
Erin’s Isle

13. Aisling Carolan (Capt)
St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh

14. Sarah O’Donovan
Naomh Uinsionn

15. Miriam Twomey
Naomh Mearnóg

Dublin Substitutes:

16. Aoife Bugler
St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh

17. Laoise Quinn.
St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh

18. Siofra Walsh
Kilmacud Crokes

19. Orlaith Durkan
Skerries Harps

20. Kate Whyte
Lucan Sarsfields

21. Claire Rigney
Lucan Sarsfields

22. Emma Flanagan
Lucan Sarsfields

23. Mairead Luttrell
Ballyboden St Enda’s

24. Mairi Moynihan
Lucan Sarsfields

25. Siobhan Kehoe
Naomh Fionnbarra

26. Caragh Dawson
Naomh Jude.