Date Time Competition Season
5 June 2022 2:00 pm All Ireland Intermediate Championship 2022

Match Report

IFC: Seven of eight quarter-finalists confirmed

Wexford, Clare, Louth, Roscommon, Longford, Tyrone and Laois are confirmed TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship quarter-finalists.


As a result Down and Sligo are in relegation trouble following Sunday’s second round action. Despite their positions in the standings, Leitrim and Kildare are exempt from relegation as Connacht and Leinster champions respectively.

Wicklow hosted Wexford in the pivotal game at the top of Group A in Baltinglass, with the visitors securing a 1-12 to 0-11 victory. Catriona Murray scored the first half goal and the sides were level 1-5 to 0-8 at half-time.

But last year’s beaten finalists came with some sustained pressure late on and Aisling Murphy sealed the win.

The other game in that group saw Offaly get right back into contention thanks to a brilliant 3-11 to 1-10 success.

They beat Leitrim at Bretland Park with goals from Sarah Kehoe, Mairéad Daly and Sarah Doyle cancelling out the effort from Roisin McHugh.

In Group B, Louth got their campaign up and running with a 1-11 to 0-9 victory over Down in Dundalk. Seona Halligan grabbed the only goal of the game late on.

Roscommon saw off Kildare in a thriller at St Brigid’s in Group C. Grace Clifford and Aoife Rattigan found the net for Kildare but the strikes from Fiona Tully (two), Jenny Higgins and Róise Lennon were the difference, as Roscommon won by 4-10 to 2-14.

Tyrone advanced from Group D following their 4-12 to 1-12 success against Sligo in Killyclogher.

Emma Jane Gervin, Chloe McCafferty and Niamh Hughes were among the goals for the hosts.

In the TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship, Carlow made a perfect start with a 1-9 to 1-5 victory over Fermanagh in Lannleire. Rachel Sawyer scored the crucial goal for Carlow.


1Helena Cummins Goalkeeper
2Sinead Kenny Defender
3Rachel Fitzmaurice Defender
4Rachel Brady Defender
5Roisin Wynne Defender
6Aisling McAuliffe 26 Defender
7Niamh Feeney Defender 8', 30', 50'
8Lisa O’Rourke Midfielder 5', 27'
11Jenny Higgins 19 Forward 15'
1', 35'
9Laura Fleming Midfielder
10Mikaela McHugh 21 Forward
13Aisling Hanly Forward 21'
12Fiona Tully Forward 11', 24'
14Natalie McHugh Forward
15Caroline Conway 17 Forward
16Sasha Lavin Goalkeeper
17Ellen Irwin 15 Defender
18Megan Kelly Defender
19Lauren Shanagher 11 Forward
20Kelly Colgan
21Rosie Lennon 10 59'
22Saoirse Wynne Defender
23Shannon McGuiness
24Saoirse Timon Defender
25Honor Ennis
26Sarah McVeigh 6
27Mikaela Keogh
28Louise Brady
29Niamh McNamara
30Rachel Freyne


1Dervila McGinn Goalkeeper
29Shauna Kendrick
3Laoise Lenehan Defender
4Rachel Cribbin Defender
5Mia Doherty 18 Defender
6Lara Gilbert Defender
7Lauren Murtagh Defender
8Grace Clifford Midfielder 6'
11', 47'
10Ciara Wheeler Forward 58'
11Aoife Rattigan Forward 9'
13', 15', 17', 30+1', 36', 44', 57'
9Hazel McLoughlin 17 Midfielder
25Niamh Sinnott 12 Forward
13Neasa Dooley Forward 14'
20Gillian Wheeler
15Lara Curran Forward 32', 39'
16Rowen O’Hara
17Ellen Dowling 9 Forward 60+2'
18Fiona Troute 5 Defender
19Gemma Harnett
14Orlaith Sullivan Forward
21Haley McCormack
22Molly Cassidy
23Aine Caffrey
24Lauren Burke Defender
12Claire Sullivan 25 Forward
26Roisin Forde Forward
27Sarah Munnelly Forward
28Serena Dowdall
2Claire Nugent Defender
Mary Hulgraine REMOVE

Past Meetings

1-16 4-9
NFL Division 3
Parnell Park


St. Brigids, Roscommon
Newpark, Athlone, Co. Roscommon

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