Meath and Tipperary have named their teams for the 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Final

TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship Final – Sunday September 15

Meath v Tipperary; Croke Park, 1.45pm

Meath, who were runners-up in 2018, are unchanged from their semi-final victory over Roscommon, with the returning Stacey Grimes and Niamh Gallogly notable inclusions among the substitutes.

Pre-match favourites Tipperary, aiming for a second Intermediate title win in three seasons, have made two changes to the team that started against Sligo in the last four.

Dual star Orla O’Dwyer returns to the side, while Ava Fennessy is also handed a start, as Róisín Daly and Laura Dillon drop to the bench.


1 Monica McGuirk Duleek/Bellewstown
2 Katie Newe Ratoath
3 Orlaith Duff Dee Rangers
4 Sarah Powderly Navan O’Mahonys
5 Orla Byrne Duleek/Bellewstown
6 Shauna Ennis Na Fianna
7 Sarah Wall Dunboyne
8 Máire O’Shaughnessy (capt.) Donaghmore/Ashbourne
9 Aoibhín Cleary Donaghmore/Ashbourne
10 Emma Duggan Dunboyne
11 Vikki Wall Dunboyne
12 Megan Thynne Dunsany
13 Bridgetta Lynch Oldcastle
14 Kelsey Nesbitt Simonstown
15 Fiona O’Neill Dunboyne


1 Lauren Fitzpatrick Ballymacarbry
2 Lucy Spillane Fethard
3 Maria Curley Templemore
4 Emma Cronin Moyle Rovers
5 Bríd Condon Aherlow
6 Samantha Lambert (capt.) Ardfinnan
7 Caitlín Kennedy Aherlow
8 Aisling McCarthy Cahir
9 Anna Rose Kennedy Aherlow
10 Niamh Lonergan Moyle Rovers
11 Aishling Moloney Cahir
12 Orla O’Dwyer Boherlahan
13 Ava Fennessey Clonmel Commercials
14 Angela McGuigan Sliabh na mBan
15 Caoimhe Condon Brian Borus


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