Team news: Tyrone and Wexford set for Drogheda battle in TG4 All-Ireland intermediate quarter-final

Saturday August 6: TG4 All Ireland Intermediate Quarter Final 2 – ET if necessary

Tyrone v Wexford, 2.00pm, O’Raghallaighs, Drogheda, Louth


Tyrone’s form en route to the quarter-finals can be firmly placed in the ‘ominous’ bracket.

The Red Hands enjoyed comfortable victories over Wicklow and Offaly in Group 2 to sail into the quarter-finals.

Last year’s runners-up now have their eyes firmly set on Croke Park again and standing in their way next are Wexford.

The Slaneysiders should not be under-estimated, however, as they were one of Tipperary’s big challengers in 2017, before the Premier County defeated Tyrone at Croke Park last September.

Wexford emerged second from Group 3, coined the ‘Group of Death’ as it was the only four-team pool in the intermediate qualifiers.

Wexford are reigning Lidl Division 3 champions also and Anthony Masterson’s side will prove a tough nut for Tyrone to crack.

Tyrone team: 

1 Shannon Lynch Mna Na Deirge
2 Niamh Mc Girr St Macartan’s
3 Joanne Barrett Drumragh
4 Christiane Hunter St  Enda’s Omagh
5 Slaine Mc Carroll St Macartan’s
6 Emma Mulgrew Cill Iseal
7 Emma Brennan Trillick
8 Neamh Woods Drumragh
9 Emma Jane Gervin Aodh Ruadh
10 Niamh Hughes Aodh Ruadh
11 Maria Canavan Errigal Ciaran
12 Aine Canavan Errigal Ciaran
13 Niamh O’Neill Sperrin Og
14 Gemma Begley An Charraig Mhor
15 Chloe Mc Caffrey St Macartan’s

Wexford team: 

1 Mary Rose Kelly St.Fintans
2 Georgina Hearne Horeswood
3 Maria Byrne Kilmore
4 Sarah Harding Kenny Shelmalier
5 Clara Donnelly Shelmalier
6 Niamh Mernagh Horeswood
7 Niamh Moore Kilmore
8 Roisín Murphy Shelmalier
9 Bernie Breen Baile Dubh Tire
10 Ellen O’Brien Adamstown
11 Fiona Rochford St. Annes
12 Kellie Kearney Shelmalier
13 Chloe Foxe Clongeen
14 Aisling Murphy Gusserane
15 Catriona Murray Clonee

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