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1.  Chrissie Doherty – Portglenone
2.  Kelly Maybin     – Ballycastle
3.  Bernie McKinley  – Loughgiel
4.  Ashling McCaul   – Rossa
5.  Coleen Doherty   – Rossa
6.  Sinead Laverty   – Creggan
7.  Emma Connolly    – Loughgiel
8.  Charlene Hamill  – Loughgiel
9.  Jacinta Dixon    – Dunloy
10. Michaela Convery – Randalstown
11. Jane Adams       – Rossa
12. Shannon Graham   – Creggan
13. Emma McMullan    – Loughgiel
14. Grace McMullan   – Eoghan Rua
15. Clare Laverty    – Creggan
16. Roisin McMullan  – Loughgiel
17. Sarah McNicholl  – Randalstown
18. Bridget Byrne    – St Johns
19. Raquel McCarry   – Loughgiel
20. Orla McCaul      – Rossa
21. Mairead Graham   – Portglenone
22. Rhona Torney     – St Johns
23. Emma Conor       – Ballycastle
24. Joanne Campbell  – Loughgiel
25. Theresa Adams    – Rossa


We are well aware that Wexford will be difficult opponents on the day and with two teams in National league finals they will present a strong presence in Parnell Pk.  Antrim however, will not be fazed or intimidated by the Wexford presence, we have our game plan in place and the girls are well ready for the clash of the ash.  Emphasis in training has been to move the ball quickly, fast low ball into the forwards and take the scores early.  The McKillop brothers coach a direct style of hurling incorporating speed and first touch with first time hurling high on the agenda.  This will be an intense  physical game which will go all the way to the wire and whoever wants it the most will win it!! 

Manager – Mary Connolly
Coaches – Declan & Sean Paul McKillop

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