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M Donnelly All Ireland Camogie Poc Fada Final 2011

All Ireland Poc Fada 2011 1041 copy1. Patricia Jackman: The Gaultier & Waterford star is the current champion and Munster Poc Fada winner and All Ireland runner-up from 2006 to 2008. Patricia will be looking to retain the Camogie Poc Fada Cup for another year on this her 5th visit to the mountain.

Stephanie Gannon2. Stephanie Gannon: The Connaught champion from Athenry, Galway was the winner of the inaugural All Ireland Camogie Poc Fada in 2004 at the age of 16. Winner of an All Ireland minor title and the camogie young player of the year award also in 2004. Stephanie will be hoping to take the cup home for a second time.

Voureen Quigley3. Voureen Quigley: The Leinster Champion and runner up in 2005, the Kilkerley camogie and Louth Ladies Football star is competing for the 4th time and will undoubtedly be looking to keep the All Ireland Camogie Poc Fada Championship title in Louth this year to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the first Poc Fada in 1960.

Jacqui O Connor4. Jacqui O'Connor: The Muster Champion plays her club Camogie with St Ibarrs Shelmeliers, Wexford, runner up in the All Ireland in 2008 and finishing 3rd in last year's final. Jacqui who captains the 2010 Tipperary Intermediate Team will be looking to ensure that her county continues to dominate the Annaverna mountain by taking another All Ireland Poc Fada title back to Tipperary.

Fionnuala Carr5. Fionnuala Carr: The Ulster Champion from the Clonduff Camogie club in Co.Down and is a Down Dual-Star. Runner up in final of 2007 Fionnuala will be a strong competitor for the other finalists.  Ulster's final was held on Divis Mountain in Belfast, no better preparation for Fionnuala's quest for All Ireland Honours.

BernieMurray6. Bernie Murray: Armagh's champion is a member of the County Armagh Senior team for the last 6 years and current captain. Bernie who plays her Camogie with Cullyhanna will be eager to add a national title to Armagh's collection this year after the Hurlers' Nicky Rackard Cup win.

Catriona Cantwell7. Catriona Cantwell: Louth's champion is a native of Tipperary and plays for St. Annes, in Blackrock, Co. Louth. Catriona who has achieved county honours in both league and championship for both Camogie and Football in Tipperary will be carrying the banner for Louth and aiming to do the Wee County proud on the 50th Anniversary of the first Poc Fada also.

 

M Donnelly All Ireland Under 16 Poc Fada

Brian Og Murphy1. Brian Og Murphy who plays his Hurling with Warrenpoint and Down will be competing instead of Patrick Nugent Sean Barry2. Sean Barry: The Munster Champion hails from Lismore in Waterford and will be looking to bring the National title home to The Deise when he visits the Annaverna course
Owen Tracey

3. Owen Tracey: The Connaught Champion is from the Portumna club in Galway and will definitely be fuelled by the epic deeds of The Tribesmen v Tipperary in what may have been the best game of Hurling this year. Galway will be looking to Owen to bring home an All Ireland Title.

Donall4. Dónall Connolly Jr.: The Louth champion and Leinster representative is 15 year old Dónall Connolly Jr. who was Louth's U14 goalkeeper last year. Dónall is no stranger to the Annaverna course as he has for the last couple of years helped out as a Gasóg.
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