Revealed: The Kildare, Wexford, Meath and Wicklow teams for the TG4 Leinster Intermediate Semi-Finals


Sunday, June 16th 


TG4 Leinster Intermediate Championship – Semi-Finals


Kildare v Wexford; St Conleth’s Park, Newbridge, 2pm 


A slot in the Leinster Intermediate Championship Final would represent significant progress for Kildare and Wexford.

Kildare saw off the challenge of Longford to make the last four, while Wexford had a bye.

A competitive championship game will stand Kildare in good stead, while home ground is another advantage, but Wexford have bags of experience in their team.

Kerry native Bernie Breen is still going strong in the middle of the park and with Kildare captain Grace Clifford in the Lilywhites’ engine room, this sector of the field will be crucial.

Neasa Dooley was named on the Lidl Division 3 Team of the League and is a dangerous forward, while Wexford will hope that the likes of Chloe Foxe and Tara Doyle will fire the attacking bullets for the Slaneysiders.


Kildare team: 

1 Cliodhna Malone Milltown
2 Rachel Cribbin Balyna
3 Siobhan O’Sullivan Eadestown
4 Shauna Kendrick Sarsfields
5 Claire Sullivan Carbury
6 Lara Gilbert Kildangan Nurney
7 Trina Duggan Suncroft
8 Sarah Munnelly Confey
9 Grace Clifford Eadestown
10 Lara Curran Milltown
11 Ciara Wheeler St Laurence
12 Aoife Rattigan Cappagh
13 Ellen Dowling Suncroft
14 Neasa Dooley Castledermot
15 Mikaela McKenna Na Fianna

Wexford team: 

1 Mary Rose Kelly St.Fintans
2 Niamh Mernagh Horeswood
3 Marica Cullen St. Annes
4 Aoife Tormey Clonard/Volunteers
5 Clara Donnelly Shelmalier
6 Shauna Murphy Shelmalier
7 Sarah Harding Kenny Shelmalier
8 Kellie Kearney Shelmalier
9 Bernie Breen Baile Dubh Tire
10 Niamh Butler Clonard/Volunteers
11 Chloe Foxe Clongeen
12 Niamh Moore Kilmore
13 Katie White Adamstown
14 Maria Byrne Kilmore
15 Tara Doyle Ballygarrett Realt na Mara


Meath v Wicklow; Páirc Tailteann, Navan, 2pm 


Meath won’t need reminding that Wexford stunned them in the 2018 TG4 Leinster quarter-final.

If forewarned is forearmed, then we can expect a big performance from Meath this time.

In Division 3 of the Lidl National League, Meath beat Wicklow by 1-18 to 3-6, before the Royals went on to lift the divisional crown.

Beaten TG4 All-Ireland intermediate finalists in 2018, Meath have been in excellent form this year, and they beat last year’s Leinster Champions Laois in the provincial quarter-finals.

Wicklow had to battle hard for their quarter-final victory over Offaly, and they’ll start as underdogs against Meath. 

Meath team: 

1  Monica McGuirk Duleek/Bellewstown
2 Katie Newe Ratoath
3 Sarah Powderly Navan O’Mahonys
4 Orlaith Duff Dee Rangers
5 Aoibhin Cleary Donaghmore/Ashbourne
6 Shauna Ennis Na Fianna
7 Megan Thynne Dunsany
8 Máire O’Shaughnessy Donaghmore/Ashbourne
9 Kate Byrne Duleek/Bellewstown
10 Aoibheann Leahy Navan O’Mahonys
11 Emma Duggan Dunboyne
12 Orla Byrne Duleek/Bellewstown
13 Emma White St Patricks
14 Kelsey Nesbitt Simonstown
15 Vikki Wall Dunboyne

Wicklow team: 

1 Kim Connors Blessington
2 Sarah Jane Winders Baltinglass
3 Sarah Hogan Tinahely
4 Aoife Gillen Bray Emmets
5 Lorna Fusciardi Foxrock Cabinteely
6 Aimee Maher Tinahely
7 Emily Mulhall Tinahely
8 Aoife Gorman Tinahely
9 Sarah Delahunt St. Patrick’s
10 Jackie Kinch Tinahely
11 Laurie Ahern Foxrock Cabinteely
12 Meadhbh Deeney Thomas Davis
13 Amy Murphy An Tochar
14 Laura Hogan Tinahely
15 Clodagh Fox St. Patrick’s

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