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Cork get 7 all star nominations - Tuesday, November 16, 2004
The nominees for the first ever Camogie All Stars were announced today (November 15, 2004). The All Stars will be honoured on Saturday December 4th at a Gala Banquet in the CityWest Hotel, Saggart. Brian Cowen, T.D., Minister for Finance will join his fellow county woman, Miriam Orsquo;Callaghan, president of Cumann Camógaíochta na nGael to present the awards. The young player of the year and the international player of the year will also be announced at the banquet.

No less than 15 counties are represented in the 45 nominations and it will come as no major surprise that the 2004 Foras na Gaeilge All-Ireland champions and National League champions Tipperary top the bill with eleven nominations. This years beaten finalists Cork, together with beaten All-Ireland semi-finalists and Intermediate champions Galway, each have seven nominations, while Wexford who showed great improvement this year received a total of four nominations. Other counties that feature are Waterford, Kildare, Division 2 League winners, with two nominations, and beaten league finalists Laois receiving one nomination. Three Ulster counties, Derry, Antrim and Down, are also in line for an All Star award. Dublin, who reached the National League semi-final have two nominations.

NOMINATIONS

Goalkeeper
Cork Aoife Murray
Tipperary Jovita Delaney
Galway Susan Earner

Backs
Tipperary
Una O’Dwyer
Suzanne Kelly
Sinéad Nealon
Ciara Gaynor
Therese Brohpy
Julie Kirwan

Cork
Paula O’Connor
Mary O’Connor
Stephanie Dunlea
Joanne O’Callaghan

Galway
Martina Harkin Carr
Sinéad Keane
Sinéad Cahalan

Wexford
Mary Leacy
Áine Codd

Kildare
Ciara Tallon

Limerick
Rose Collins

Laois
Emma Cuddy


Midfield
Wexford
Kate Kelly

Cork
Gemma O'Connor

Limerick
Vera Sheehan

Galway
Therese Maher

Dublin
Louise O'Hara

Derry
Katie Mc Auley


Forwards
Cork
Jennifer O'Leary

Down
Mairin Mc Aleenan
Fionnuala Carr

Tipperary
Claire Grogan
Deirdre Hughes
Jill Horan
Eimear McDonnell

Galway
Ann Marie Hayes
Orla Kilkenny

Kilkenny
Sinéad Millea

Limerick
Eileen O'Brien

Kildare
Susie O’Carroll

Dublin
Eimear Brannigan

Wexford
Michele Hearne

Roscommon
Lizzie Glennon

Waterford
Aine Lyng

Clare
Catherine O'Loughlin

Antrim
Edel Mason


International player
Éire Annette Mc Geeney,
An Bhreatain Róisin O'Neill
USA Rosie O'Reilly

Young Player
Galway Stephanie Gannon
Wexford Mary Leacy
Cork Amanda O'Regan

Source: gaa.ie


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