Cork and Dublin expose their groups for girls football All-Ireland final
CORK have called a the same side for the TG4 All-Ireland senior ladies football last on Sunday.
The Rebels take on Dublin in the decider at Croke Park, throw-in at 3.30 pm as they bid to win the title for the first time considering that 2016.
Dublin have likewise called their side, with captain Sinead Aherne named at corner-forward having recovered from a hamstring injury in the semi-final.
Cork captain, Doireann O’Sullivan stated: “Dublin are the group to beat at the moment, to win 3 All-Irelands in-a-row is serious going. They are a formidable clothing. Noelle Healy played club (Mourneabbey) with us in 2015 and they have quality players like her all around the field.
” They tick all packages really, however we will be concentrating on ourselves and see what problems we can cause them. With Croke Park being in Dublin would have had most of assistance on the day so having no crowd might assist us a bit. The holler of the crowd can be a substantial lift as teams come out or when you score.
” It can make some players worried so while we would like to have fans there it might assist soothe the nerves of some for them not to be there. It likewise makes it simpler for players to hear guidelines from the sideline, something that it is practically difficult there under typical situations.”
Dublin have made one modification from the team that defeated Armagh in the semi-final with Niamh McEvoy changing Sarah McCaffrey.
CORK: M O’Brien; E Meaney, R Phelan, S Kelly; M Duggan, A Hutchings, E O’Shea; M O’Callaghan, H Looney; E Kiely, C O’Sullivan, O Finn; Á O’Sullivan, D O’Sullivan, S Noonan.
DUBLIN: C Trant; M Byrne, N Collins, A Kane; L Caffrey, S McGrath, S Goldrick; L Magee, J Dunne; N Healy, L Davey, C Rowe; S Aherne, N McEvoy, N Owens.