Date Time Competition Season
15 May 2022 2:00 pm Connacht Intermediate Championship 2022

Match Report

Provincial Championship Round Up

Antrim retained their Ulster Junior title with a narrow win over Fermanagh. There are new Ulster Intermediate champions as Tyrone had a fine win over Down. Leitrim retained their Connacht Intermediate title with a three point win over Roscommon while Kildare won the Leinster Intermediate Final with a six point win over Wexford.

Ulster Junior Football Final

Antrim 2-13 Fermanagh 1-15

A strong second half performance saw Antrim retain their Ulster Junior Football title with just one point to spare over Fermanagh at O’Neills Healy Park. Fermanagh were ahead by seven at the break 1-10 to 0-06 but goals in the second half from Caitlin Taggart and Orlaigh Prenter brought Antrim right back into the game.

Antrim kicked over the game’s opening score with 19 seconds gone on the clock. Fermanagh were ahead by six in the 20th minute but Antrim cut the gap to three soon after but were dealt a blow in the 25th minute when Blaithin Bogue goaled for Fermanagh. 

Taggart got Antrim’s first goal in the 40th minute and then they took the lead for the first time since the opening seconds, when Prenter found the back of the net. Eimear Smyth was the game’s top scorer but she hit a penalty wide in the first half.

Ulster Intermediate Football Final

Down 1-10 Tyrone 2-15

Tyrone claimed the Ulster Intermediate title with an eight point win over the holders Down at O’Neills Healy Park. Tyrone dominated from start to finish. They were ahead by eight at half-time 1-09 to 1-01 and got the second goal right at the end.

The Red Hands kicked over two early points before Niamh O’Neill found the back of the net after putting the Down keeper Caroline Kennedy under pressure. They extended that lead to eight points in the 18th minute.

Down got a goal in the 20th minute when Sarah Doherty finished after the ball came off the post. Tyrone’s second goal at the end was similar. O’Neill finished the game with 1-4 to her name while Chloe Mc Caffrey kicked over six points.

Connacht Intermediate Football Final

Leitrim 1-14 Roscommon 0-14

A first half goal from Leah Fox proved decisive as Leitrim retained their Connacht title with a hard fought win over Roscommon in Tuam.

Roscommon made a good start to the game and opened up a four point lead after eight minute. Michelle Guckian kicked over Leitrim’s first point before Fox got the goal to draw them level. A point from Laura O’Dowd edged Leitrim ahead just before the break but Roscommon drew level.

Roscommon kicked over the opening point of the second half but Leitrim went back in front minutes later with points from Megan McGovern and Fox. With Guckian in fantastic form Leitrim opened up a five point lead. Roscommon cut the gap to two twice but it was Guckian that kicked over the game’s final point to give her side a three point win. She ended the game with 10 points to her name.

Leinster Intermediate Football Final

Kildare 3-07 Wexford 1-07

Kildare claimed the Leinster Intermediate title for the first time since 2016 after a fine win over Wexford at Netwatch Cullen Park in Carlow. Nessa Dooley, Grace Clifford and Lara Curren scored the goals for Sean Finnegan’s side. Tara Doyle grabbed the goal for Wexford.

Wexford’s Ellen O’Brien opened the scoring in the third minute but three minutes later Dooley drew Kildare level. In the 13th Dooley got her side’s first goal and a goal from Clifford in the 22nd minute helped Kildare to a five point lead at the break.

Doyle and Curran traded frees before Wexford’s Sarah Harding-Kenny was sin binned in the 38th minute. Despite being down a player Doyle scored from a free in the 46th minute to cut the gap to just one point but that was the closest they got to Kildare. Curran scored her side’s goal in the 55th minute before they lost Mia Doherty to a yellow card. Aoife Rattigan kicked over the final point as Kildare became Leinster Champions.


1Michelle Monaghan Goalkeeper
2Eimhín Quinn 23 Defender
3Ailish Cornyn Defender
4Siobhan McCartin Defender
5Charlene Tyrrell Defender
6Clare Owens Defender
7Carla Le Guen Defender
8Megan McGovern 21 Midfielder 34'
9Niamh Tighe 27 Midfielder
10Laura O’Dowd Forward 30+2'
11Michelle Guckian Forward 5', 9', 25', 43', 44', 46', 45', 54', 60', 60+1'
12Elise Bruen Forward
13Roisin McHugh 20 Forward
14Leah Fox Forward 28'
37', 38'
15Shaylyn Ward Forward
16Niamh Ryan Goalkeeper
17Edel Kelly Midfielder
18Sinéad Tighe Defender
19Rebecca Rooney Defender
20Brónagh O’Rourke 13 Forward
21Aisling Quinn 8 Midfielder
22Vivienne Egan Forward
23Mary Alice Maguire 2 Defender
24Amy Fowley Forward
25Marina Gray Defender
26Carmel McGovern Forward
27Síomha Quinn 9 Forward
28Sarah Reynolds Forward
29Éabha Moyles Midfielder
30Caroline Guckian Goalkeeper


1Helena Cummins Goalkeeper
2Sinead Kenny Defender
3Rachel Fitzmaurice Defender
4Rachel Brady Defender
5Roisin Wynne Defender
6Niamh Feeney Defender
7Aisling McCauliffee Defender
8Caroline Conway Midfielder
9Laura Fleming Midfielder
11Mikaela Mchugh Forward
12Natalie McHugh Forward
13Jenny Shine Forward
14Aisling Hanly Forward
15Fiona Tully Forward
Sarah Mcveigh 13 Defender
Ellen Irwin 15 Forward
Niamh Shanagher 8 Forward
Roise Lennon
Lauren Shanagher

Past Meetings

(Round 1)
1-10 2-12
Connacht Intermediate Championship
St. Croans GAA, Roscommon


Tuam Stadium
Saint Jarlath's Park, Sean Purcell Road, Tuaim ( Baile), Tuam Municipal District, County Galway, Connacht, H54 F627, Ireland

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