Clare and Meath name teams for TG4 All-Ireland intermediate quarter-final

TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Quarter-Final


Saturday – Clare v Meath; Moate, 1pm


Clare marked themselves out as genuine TG4 Intermediate championship contenders with a strong showing in a four-team qualifier pool.

The Banner County finished on top of the pile in a group that also contained Down, Kildare and Wexford.

Clare, who have captain Laurie Ryan and ace forward Niamh O’Dea in excellent form, will face Meath for a spot in the last four.

The Royals finished second behind Roscommon in Group 4 but will present stiff opposition for Clare, as they have the capacity to score heavily on their day.

The winners will take on Roscommon or Laois in the semi-finals.


Clare team: 

1 Grace Lynch Cuil Gaels
2 Siofra Ni Chonnaill St Joseph’s D/Barefield
3 Ellie O Gorman Kilmhil
4 Grainne Harvey West Clare Gaels
5 Carol O Leary Newmarket on Fergus
6 Louise Woods Banner
7 Orla Devitt Eire Og
8 Laurie Ryan Banner
9 Roisin Looney Cooraclare
10 Eimear O Connor Cuil Gaels
11 Eimear Keane St Joseph’s Miltown
12 Caoimhe Harvey West Clare Gaels
13 Tara Kelly Cuil Gaels
14 Niamh O Dea Banner
15 Fidelma Marrinan West Clare Gaels

Meath team: 

1 Monica McGuirk Duleek Bellewstown
2 Orlaith Duff Dee Rangers
3 Orlagh Lally Clann na nGael
4 Katie Newe Ratoath
5 Aoibhin Cleary Donaghmore Ashbourne
6 Shauna Ennis Na Fianna
7 Megan Thynne Dunsany
8 Maire O’Shaughnessy Donaghmore Ashbourne
9 Kate Byrne Duleek Bellewstown
10 Aoibheann Leahy Navan O’Mahonys
11 Vikki Wall Dunboyne
12 Stacey Grimes Seneschalstown
13 Marion Farrelly St Michaels
14 Niamh O’Sullivan Royal Gaels
15 Emma White St Patricks


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