2024 TG4 All-Ireland Finals tickets

Here's your preview and team news ahead of the Dublin SFC Final between Thomas Davis and Kilmacud Crokes

Kilmacud Crokes have named an experienced line up which includes eleven of the starting fifteen that were defeated after extra time by Foxrock Cabinteely in the 2019 final. Team captain, Emer Sweeney was an extra time substitute in that final for Muireann O’Gorman. While Dearbhla Gower, Ciara Regan and Kate McDaid will be togging out in their first senior final.

Thomas Davis appearing in their inaugural senior County final have named a strong team which includes the experienced quartet of Olwen Carey, Norah Kirby, Sinead Deegan and Ciara McGuigan. All of whom have been in tremendous form throughout the 2022 championship campaign.

The 2019 TG4 Senior Players Player of the Year, and team captain Siobhan McGrath is named on the bench for the Tallaght club. McGrath was unavailable for most of the championship though injury, played a key role in Davis’s semi-final win over Na Fianna and could yet factor in Friday’s decider.

Both sides last meet during the group stages of the championship back in August with Crokes enjoying a 3-09 to 0-04 victory. Just a week later in their respective semi-finals Thomas Davis sprang back from that fourteen-point loss to Crokes to record a shock one point win over Na Fianna. On the same evening across the city, Kilmacud Crokes dominant championship form continued with a decisive eleven-point victory against St Sylvesters.

There is no doubt, Kilmacud Crokes will carry the favourites tag into the final with many in Dublin predicting this team not only to win Dublin but to go on to challenge for All Ireland glory!

Thomas Davis have already served up one shock in the championship can they pull off the biggest one of all – only time will tell!

The action gets underway in Parnell Park at 7.30pm, tickets remain on sale from universe.com simply click on this link to purchase tickets https://bit.ly/3xsqFfn

Those unable to make the journey to Donnycarney can watch the game live from 7.15pm on Dublin LGFA TV, DubsTV, and on the Twitter and Facebook pages of both Dublin LGFA and Dublin GAA.

Kilmacud Crokes: 1 Dearbhla Gower, 2 Phillipa Greene, 3 Emer Sweeney (Capt.), 4 Ciara Regan, 5 Lauren Magee, 6 Molly Lamb, 7 Aoife Kane, 8 Grace Kos, 9 Kate McDaid, 10 Laura Kane, 11 Eabha Rutledge, 12 Mia Jennings, 13 Kate Murray, 14 Michelle Davoren, 15 Julia Buckley.

Panel: Rachael Fleming, Sinéad O’Donoghue, Orlagh Comerford, Lauren Bedford, Cassie Sultan, Amy Conroy, Jo Timmins, Niamh Cotter, Emma Kane, Alex Bedford, Evie Lehane, Deirdre Duke, Michaela Fitzpatrick, Shauna Buckley.

Management: Paddy O’Donoghue, Peter Ward, Terry Jennings, Imelda Callaghan, Declan Collins, David Buckley, Eoin Moran, Dr Kate Kirby.

Thomas Davis: 1 Caitlin Staunton, 2 Cliodhna MacCabe, 3 Riona McTavish, 4 Emma Whelan, 5 Emma Phillips, 6 Colley Casey, 7 Tammy Quinn Corbally, 8 Olwen Carey, 9 Norah Kirby, 10 Jade Sweeney, 11 Sinead Deegan, 12 Lauren Young, 13 Meadhbh Deeney, 14 Rachel Newell, 15 Ciara McGuigan.

Panel: Orlagh McGuigan, Niamh McGoldrick, Deborah Brennan, Stephanie Gunn, Siobhan McGrath (Capt.), Sinead Murray, Laura Slaughter, Stacey Byrne, Kerrie Owens, Aimee Collins, Ellie Haverty, Rebecca Leigh, Kate Fitzhenry, Niamh Redmond.

Management: Peter Boland, Bobby McNulty, Ger Deasy, Sean Blanchfield, Peter Wright, Mark Sheehy, Mary McGrath. Additional panel members, Naomi Byrne, Abbie Ferns, Kaythlynn Murray.

Information supplied by Dublin LGFA. 

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