Revealed: Clontarf and Emmet Óg teams for All-Ireland Intermediate Club Final

The All-Ireland Ladies Intermediate Club Final pits Dublin against Monaghan, as Clontarf take on Emmet Óg at Parnell Park on Saturday evening (7.3opm, LIVE TG4).

A Dublin club has never won the Intermediate Club Final, although Thomas Davis (2013) and St Brigid’s (2009) did reach this stage.

There has been a Monaghan winner of this competition previously, and that was a decade ago when Emyvale got the better of Ballingeary/Inchigeelagh from Cork.

Clontarf captain Sarah Murphy earns a recall to the starting team and replaces Kate Fitzgibbon.

There are three changes to the Emmet Óg (Monaghan) team that started against Dunedin Connollys at the semi-final stage.

Kerry Nolan, Anita Newell and Laura Boylan are replaced by Katie Monaghan, Orla Reilly and Gráinne McCluskey.

Clontarf team and squad: 

1 Carrie O’Connor
2 Heather Bolger
3 Katie Murray
4 Elaine Plunkett
5 Hannah McLaughlin
6 Grace Reilly
7 Becky Walsh
8 Sarah Fagan
9 Niamh Hetherton
10 Sarah Murphy
11 Tara Fitzgibbon
12 Fiona Skelly
13 Siobhán Killeen
14 Caoimhe O’Connor
15 Aoibhe Bell
16 Fidelma Cosgrove
17 Aoife Crowley
18 Róisín Troy
19 Kate Fitzgibbon
20 Fiona Coghlan
21 Caroline Roban
22 Ciara Dunlea
23 Sinéad Quigley
24 Margaret Mohan
25 Áine Walsh

Emmet Óg team and squad  

1 Darine Morgan
2 Rebecca Hughes
3 Áine McQuaid
4 Katie Monaghan
5 Nicole Rooney
6 Chloe McBride
7 Maeve Monaghan
8 Marion McCarville
9 Ella Daly
10 Ellen Leonard
11 Ellen McCarron
12 Orla Reilly
13 Fearne Monaghan
14 Bridín Tierney
15 Gráinne McCluskey
16 Caoimhe Smyth
17 Lauren Monaghan
18 Orla McCaul
19 Anita Newell
20 Laura Boylan
21 Kerry Nolan
22 Amy McMahon
23 Laura Hughes
24 Orla Gleeson
25 Hannah Hughes
26 No Jersey
27 Michaela Newell
28 Emma McKeown
29 Niamh Gallagher
30 Charlotte McMenamin

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