Ambrose, Lee and Murphy in Division 4 Team of the Year

The Limerick trio join six Carlow representatives in the side, alongside a Leitrim trio and a Fermanagh pair. Sinéad McGettigan is the sole Wicklow inclusion.

Limerick’s Yvonne Lee, Róisín Ambrose and Deborah Murphy have all been named on the 2024 Lidl National Football Leagues Division 4 Team of the Year.

Joint captains Ambrose and Lee enjoyed fine league campaigns, in which Limerick finished runners up, while Murphy was a constant threat in the forwards for Sean Kiely and Mike Quilligan.

The Limerick trio join six Carlow representatives in the side, alongside a Leitrim trio and a Fermanagh pair. Sinéad McGettigan is the sole Wicklow inclusion.

Among Carlow’s six is captain Ruth Bermingham and Final Player of the Match, Clíodhna Ní Shé, who put on a stunning display in their win over Limerick.

The winners will receive their awards at Croke Park on Friday May 3.

Division 4 2024 Lidl National Football League Team of the Year:

  1. Nicole Hanley (Carlow)
  2. Charleen Tyrell (Leitrim)
  3. Yvonne Lee (Limerick)
  4. Sinéad McCullagh (Carlow)
  5. Ruth Bermingham (Carlow)
  6. Sarah McCarville (Fermanagh)
  7. Niamh Forde (Carlow)
  8. Róisín Ambrose (Limerick)
  9. Róisín Bailey (Carlow)
  10. Sinéad McGettigan (Wicklow)
  11. Deborah Murphy (Limerick)
  12. Ailbhe Clancy (Leitrim)
  13. Leah Fox (Leitrim)
  14. Eimear Smyth (Fermanagh)
  15. Clíodhna Ní Shé (Carlow)

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