Dublin forward Hannah Tyrrell is The Croke Park-LGFA Player of the Month for May.

The 30-year-old has been a key figure for the Sky Blues in their march to a Lidl National League Division 1 final clash with Cork at Croke Park on Saturday, 26 June.

Tyrrell marked her return to inter-county duty by starring and scoring 1-5 against Waterford on 23 May before following that up with a 2-7 haul in the victory over Cork at Páirc Uí Chaoimh six days later.

Tyrrell added three pointed frees against Tipperary as Dublin concluded their group phase, before she registered 0-7 (4f) in the Division 1 semi-final victory over Mayo.

Now playing for the Na Fianna in the capital, Tyrrell has returned to the inter-county scene for the first time since 2014.

In the interim, she enjoyed a glittering international rugby career, before recently calling time on her career in the green shirt.

Tyrrell was an All-Ireland U16 winning goalkeeper with Dublin and she's also the proud holder of All-Ireland minor and Senior B titles.

Cork's Ciara O'Sullivan was named PwC-GPA Women's Player of the Month last week.