Main pic: The seven Donegal women who will tog out for Tir Chonaill Gaels tomorrow. Pics: Brendan ‘Tiny’ Vaughan.
There will be a very strong Donegal force in tomorrow’s All-Britain LGFA Intermediate Championship Final between Tir Chonaill Gaels and Dunedin Connollys.
London-based Gaels, a club founded by Donegal men, will have no less than seven women from the county togging out in Pairc na hEireann, Birmingham. They are Caitlin Norrby (St Nauls), Rachel McLaughiln (Carndonagh) Amy Quigley (Muff), Denise Doherty (Malin, Captain), Sinead Friel (Fanad), Emier Alcorn (Termon) and Michelle Doherty (Malin).
The team is also managed by Termon man, Nathan McElwaine, who works for Donegal-owned construction recruitment firm, 3D Personnel.
It’s the first time in the club’s history that the ladies have progressed to this stage of the competition. After a fantastic season in London, there is no doubt this talented bunch will bring their ‘A game’ and battle it out until the final whistle.
Throw-in at 12pm tomorrow in Pairc na hEireann and you can follow the link below for live streaming of the game:
The Tir Chonaill Gaels Junior Men are also in action on Saturday, lining out against Taras in the McArdle Cup Final. Throw-in at 1pm in Barnet Lane.
Wishing both squads and their management teams the best of luck on SaturdayTags: