Roisin Ambrose named on the National Football League team of Division 4

The winners will receive their awards at Croke Park on Friday, May 5, with captain Ambrose Limerick’s sole representative.

Limerick Ladies Football captain Roisin Ambrose has been named in the Lidl National Football League team of Division 4. The Old Mill native is the only Limerick player on the XV.

Limerick were eliminated from the league at the semi-final stage by Antim who dominate the selection with seven players from the league champions. Leitrim, who were the only other side to stop Limerick from winning, have five players chosen.

Roisin Ambrose gets her head up in the National Ladies Football League clash between Limerick and Fermanagh. Credit: SkyView Photography

Graham Shine’s side qualified for the semi-finals after going through their group undefeated, beating Kilkenny, Wicklow and Derry after sharing the spoils with Leitrim in round three.

The winners will receive their awards at Croke Park on Friday May 5.

Limerick will kick off their Junior All-Ireland Championship on Sunday, June 18th with Kilkenny, Down and Sligo in their side of the draw. Derry, Carlow, London and Fermanagh are in the other side.

Lidl National Football League Team of Division 4

NameNameDivisionCounty
Goal KeeperAnna McCann4Antrim
Right Corner BackCharlene Tyrrell4Leitrim
Full BackMolly McGloin4Fermanagh
Left Corner BackNiamh McIntosh4Antrim
Right Half BackSarah O’Neill4Antrim
Centre BackCourteney Murphy4Fermanagh
Left Half BackCarla LeGuen4Leitrim
MidfieldAna Mulholland4Antrim
MidfieldRóisín Ambrose4Limerick
Right Half ForwardLaura O’Dowd4Leitrim
Centre ForwardCathy Carey4Antrim
Left Half ForwardLara Dahunsi4Antrim
Right Corner ForwardMichelle Guckian4Leitrim
Full ForwardOrlaith Prenter4Antrim
Left Corner ForwardLeah Fox4Leitrim

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