Date Time Competition Season
19 June 2022 2:00 pm All Ireland Senior Championship 2022

Match Report

SFC: Owens on fire as Dublin hold off Tipp challenge

Nicole Owens hit 1-2 as Dublin qualified for the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship quarter-finals following their win over Tipperary at Templetuohy.


Dublin were three ahead, thanks to Owens’ goal in the opening half, and while they found the stringent Tipperary defence difficult to deal with, their patience and dominance in possession ensured victory.

Dublin were on top in the opening half but scores were at a premium. The game’s opening point came through a Carla Rowe free on five minutes before an Emma Morrissey free levelled the scoreboard.

Owens added her third goal in two games on eight minutes when she dispossessed the Tipperary defence and broke through to go one-on-one with Lauren Fitzpatrick, the St Sylvesters player made no mistake with her finish.

12 minutes passed before Niamh Hetherton pushed Dublin into a five-point lead with her first score. The Leinster champions should have been further ahead, Rowe’s goal effort was their best chance but it was turned around the post by Fitzpatrick. Jennifer Dunne and Owens also saw their efforts go wide.

Tipperary ended the half strongly and an Angela McGuigan point on 28 minutes reduced the gap to four. They also added a free from Morrissey to leave three between the sides at half-time.

On the resumption, Jodi Egan swapped points with Morrissey before Hetherton pushed the gap to four with her second score. Tipperary continued to press and were rewarded with points from Clara English and Sarah Ryan to make it a two-point game

.As both teams made their changes, the introduction of Hannah Tyrrell proved fruitful as her free from distance extended the Dublin lead. And despite Tipperary’s dominance of the third quarter, Dublin finished strongly. Owens hit her second point from play to push the lead to five.

In the final five minutes, Dublin hit a flurry of scores to seal it; Siobhan Woods, Tyrrell, Natalia Hyland and Hetherton all scored to secure Dublin’s place in the knockout stages with a big game against Mayo looming.



1Abby Shiels Goalkeeper
2Tammy Quinn Corbally Defender
3Niamh Collins Defender
4Hannah Leahy Defender
5Orlagh Nolan 27 Defender
6Siobhan Woods Defender 61'
7Ellen Gribben Defender
8Lauren Magee Midfielder
9Jennifer Dunne 24 Midfielder
10Nicole Owens Forward 9'
10', 49'
11Niamh Hetherton Forward 24', 38', 65'
12Sinéad Wylde 20 Forward
13Carla Rowe 18 Forward 5'
14Sinead Aherne 22 Forward
15Jodi Egan Forward 34'
16Emer Ní Eafa
17Katelyn O’Brien
18Natalia Hyland 13 65'
19Siobhan Killeen Forward
20Caoimhe O’Connor 12 Forward
21Kate Sullivan Forward
22Hannah Tyrrell 14 Forward 48', 64'
23Grainne O’Driscoll
24Kate McDaid 9 Midfielder
25Jess Tobin Defender
26Aoife Kane Defender
27Martha Byrne 5 Defender
28Rachel Brennan
29Rachel Hartnett
30Ciara Trant Goalkeeper


Moyne Templetuohy GAA Club
Templetouhy, The Municipal District of Thurles, County Tipperary, Munster, Ireland

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