Galway captain Tracey Leonard gives the rundown on her team-mates ahead of Sunday's TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Final.

Lisa Murphy (goalkeeper)

One of the most composed players on the team and a great attitude.

Sinéad Burke (defender)

Burkey is an incredibly hard-working and a tenacious corner-back. We have a lot of tigerish defenders, but she is probably the hardest one to get away from in training.

Nicola Ward (defender)

An unassuming type of person, but a player no opponent wants to get into a battle with.

Sarah Lynch (defender)

Not a loud voice in the dressing room, but one of the most aggressive and efficient tacklers in our team.

Orla Murphy (defender)

Has slotted in seamlessly to the set-up in her first season in the team. It feels like she has been involved for years such has been the way she has taken to it. An athletic wing-back who covers every blade of grass.

Mairead Coyne (defender)

A former Ireland rugby international, I wouldn't like to be in her way when she is coming out of defence with the ball!

Barbara Hannon (defender)

An inspiration to the group. While we can complain over different things, she has a one-year-old son to look after and is still one of the most dedicated players around.

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Charlotte Cooney (defender)

A real grafter. Charlotte has suffered her fair share of injuries down through the years, but when the game is in the melting pot, she is willing to put her body on the line.

Louise Ward (midfield)

The older of the twin sisters, Louise is a real powerhouse in the middle of the pitch and has a great engine. If she gets away from you, there is no catching her. The fastest player on the team.

Aine McDonagh (midfield)

A real rangy player and another who leaves everything out on the pitch.

Olivia Divilly (forward)

She is a real character in the team and full of positive energy. Olivia's never in a bad mood! A selfless player who is more likely to provide scores than take them on herself. Likely to blow up a GPS with her numbers!

Megan Glynn (forward)

Quiet by nature, she has great vision and agility in her role. A deadly accurate passer of the ball.

Mairead Seoighe (forward)

One of the most enthusiastic players on the team. Has worked so hard on her game over the years to make little improvements here and there.

Sarah Conneally (forward)

Empties the tank in every game and has a great attitude. Sarah is one of those girls that you would always have a laugh with and our most vocal player on the pitch.

Rosin Leonard (forward)

Rosin is my cousin, club-mate and the joker of the team. A really talented player and capable of kicking scores off both feet. If we had only once chance to win the game, Roisin is the person I'd want to see with the ball.

Leanne Coen (forward)

Used to play a lot of her earlier football closer to goal, but these days Leanne is played more around the half-forward line. Pinched the levelling score against Mayo in the semi-final and still has a great eye for goal.

Lucy Hannon (forward)

You want Lucy to get her hands on the ball when it is anywhere near goal and kicks off both feet. A natural talent with a good footballing brain.

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