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Laois Ladies U-16 panel finalised for the 2018 season

Laois Ladies U-16 manager Paul Mulhall, has finalised his panel for 2018 and there is a very strong Timahoe Ladies presence in the team with eight representatives.

The selection team includes Denis Lalor and Niamh Hyland from The Heath and Yvonne Hennessy from Timahoe Ladies.

Timahoe lead the way with eight players, and Portlaoise and Sarsfields have six girls on the team each.

The Heath, St Pauls, Graiguecullen, St Brigids, St Conleths, St Josephs and Ballyroan conclude the clubs represented on the panel.

The panel for the minor squad was announced last week and there is only one Timahoe representative, with St Pauls having the most girls on the team with six.

The U-16 panel was selected following a series on trials, and the management team were impressed with the high level of skill.

The team will be in championship action on Sunday, March 4 against Westmeath.


Heather Bennett (Timahoe Ladies)
Laura Devoy (Timahoe Ladies)
Orla Hennessy (Timahoe Ladies)
Sinead Larkin (Timahoe Ladies)
Aoife Horgan (Timahoe Ladies)
Orla Knowles (Timahoe Ladies)
Sarah Larkin (Timahoe Ladies)
Jenny Murphy (Timahoe Ladies)
Julia Cahill (Portlaoise)
Sinead Murphy (Portlaoise)
Aoibhe O Brien (Portlaoise)
Rebecca Reddin (Portlaoise)
Rachel Glynn (Portlaoise)
Ciara Byrne (Portlaoise)
Ava Lawlor (Sarsfields)
Grainne Lawlor (Sarsfields)
Emma McCann (Sarsfields)
Aoibhe Mulhall (Sarsfields)
Leah Tarpey (Sarsfields)
Hannah O Connor (Sarsfields)
Anna Lalor (The Heath)
Lisa Keane (The Heath)
Aishling Fitzpatrick (The Heath)
Grace Salmon (The Heath)
Jade Laffan (The Heath)
Kelly O’Neill (Graiguecullen)
Sally Almond (Graiguecullen)
Georgina Donovan (Graiguecullen)
Danielle Forbes (Graiguecullen)
Nadine Dempsey (St Paul’s)
Aoibhin Maher (St Paul’s)
Ciara Langford (St Paul’s)
Sinead Farrelly (St Joseph’s)
Caoimhe Lacey (St Joesph’s)
Emily Lacey (St Joseph’s)
Leah Kelly (Ballyroan)
Ellen Donaghue (Ballyroan)
Aoife Gallagher (St Brigid’s)
Della Doherty (St Conleth’s)

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