Dublin forward Niamh McEvoy gives the rundown on her team-mates ahead of Sunday's TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Final.
Ciara Trant (goalkeeper)
For someone so young, Ciara is an incredible leader. She has that typical goalkeeper attitude in that she is a little crazy and knows it herself! A gifted footballer and such an enthusiastic person. Definitely the most vocal on the pitch.
Eabha Rutledge (defender)
I'm so happy for her because she was playing up front at the start of the year. Eabha played most of her underage career in the backs, but moved up front in recent years and it probably hasn't gone as well as she would have liked. She asked the manager could she play in defence and is an extremely valuable member of that defensive unit.
Niamh Collins (defender)
Niamh is a warrior and often tasked with the most difficult marking jobs. She is really level-headed and often keeps me grounded with my emotional control. A formidable defender and I hate marking her in training.
Martha Byrne (defender)
Martha is such a resilient player. She found it hard to break into the team under the previous management, but has developed into one of the best defenders in the country.
Aoife Kane (defender)
Was involved in the panel for the past couple of years, but has really made a breakthrough this term. A marauding wing-back, Aoife is as good in attack as defence.
Sinéad Goldrick (defender)
Goldy is the heartbeat of our team and so combative and passionate on the pitch. An incredible person and player, it is a privilege to play with her. Strikes a great balance between being serious about her football and having the craic away from it.
Olwen Carey (defender)
The unsung hero of our team. Gets asked to do the difficult jobs that often go unseen by those outside the group. An unbelievable athlete.
Lauren Magee (midfield)
Lauren gives so much energy in the middle third and is a real battler. Played in defence in her younger days and is aggressive in the tackle but equally assertive going forward.
Siobhan McGrath (midfield)
Provides experience in midfield and is a model of composure on the ball. Always a good player to lend encouragement or instruction on the pitch.
Carla Rowe (forward)
Carla has an incredible engine, getting up and down the pitch and putting in as many tackles as some of the defenders. She got three incredible scores against Cork in the semi-final. Comes to training in a real positive mood, which we feed off, and takes her football in her stride.
Lyndsey Davey (forward)
Lyndsey would be a close friend and a real force in our attack. A grafter off the ball and a real danger on the front foot. One of the best around on opposition kickouts.
Sinéad Aherne (forward)
An inspirational leader and someone we all look up to. The way Sinéad conducts herself on and off the pitch is something we all aspire to. Her record speaks for itself and in my opinion is the best forward to have ever played for Dublin.
Tracey Leonard: My Galway team-mates
Noelle Healy (forward)
Lots of experience, lots of enthusiasm! Always wears a smile on her face and puts everyone else ahead of herself. Noelle is the quickest player I have ever played with and causes havoc for opposition defences.
Jennifer Dunne (forward)
Jen is in her first year with us and has taken it all in her stride. Whether she starts or comes off the bench she is positive in her approach and is never tentative or looking for an easy pass. A powerful player for us.
Niamh Hetherton (forward)
Fresh out of minors, Niamh has applied herself so well in the senior ranks. Strong in possession, she has the best hands of any player I have ever played with.
Oonagh Whyte (forward)
Oonagh had a few setbacks with multiple ACL injuries, but has fought back so well. Kicks off both feet.
Nicole Owens (forward)
Nicole is injured and not available for the final, but is still very much part of the group. She spoke to us at training during the week and the way she has approached the injury, and continues to contribute to the group, is a credit to herself.
Caoimhe O'Connor (forward)
Caoimhe is also in her first year with the team and has made quite the impression. She came off the bench for 20 minutes the last day and caused problems for Cork. Full of confidence having yet to taste defeat.
Kate O'Sullivan (forward)
A club-mate of mine, one of the most naturally talented footballers I have seen. Lightening quick, Kate is such as asset for us.
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