Date Time Competition Season
29 May 2022 2:00 pm All Ireland Intermediate Championship 2022


Match Report

Roundup: TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship

Aisling Murphy scored both goals as last year’s beaten finalists Wexford began the 2022 TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship with a 2-12 to 3-7 victory over Offaly.


Wicklow were the other winners in Group A while Clare beat Down in Group B, Longford defeated Kildare in Group C and in Group D Laois were far too strong for Sligo.

In the opening weekend Wexford, who lost out to Westmeath in September’s final, held a big 1-7 to 0-0 lead at half-time in Enniscorthy. But Ellee McEvoy led the charge for Offaly and they came storming back with the first five points on the resumption before back-to-back goals from full-forward McEvoy.

Mairead Daly then finished off the third Offaly goal but Murphy was on target in added time and Wexford secured a narrow win. The 2021 TG4 All-Ireland junior champions Wicklow also got their campaign up and running, when they got the better of Leitrim.

It finished 3-10 to 3-9 in Drumshanbo. Meadhbh Deeney, Amy Burke and Laura Hogan came up with the goals for the visitors who had trailed by 2-8 to 2-7 at half-time.

Clare made the long journey to Páirc Esler in Newry for their opener and claimed a 1-17 to 0-8 success. Fidelma Marrinan was on target with the first half goal.

In the Group C Leinster derby, Kildare were unable to back-up their brilliant TG4 Leinster Intermediate Championship success, as they fell to a 3-9 to 1-9 loss at the hands of Longford.Clodagh Lohan and Gillian Wheeler traded goals in the first half but Lohan’s second half strike added to Michelle Farrell’s goal and Longford grabbed the crucial win.

Laois were resounding victors in their clash with Sligo at Eastern Harps. Erone Fitzpatrick (two), Mo Nerney, Eva Galvin, and Emma Lawlor (two) were all among the goals in a 6-23 to 0-8 success.

TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Football Championship Round 1

Group A:

Wexford 2-12 Offaly 3-7, Wicklow 3-10 Leitrim 3-9

Group B:
Clare 1-17 Down 0-9

Group C:
Longford 3-9 Kildare 1-9

Group D:
Laois 6-23 Sligo 0-8


1Michelle Monaghan Goalkeeper
2Eimhín Quinn 19 Defender
3Ailish Cornyn Defender
4Mary Alice Maguire Defender
5Charlene Tyrrell Defender
6Clare Owens Defender
7Carla Le Guen Defender 18'
8Megan McGovern Midfielder 26'
9Niamh Tighe Midfielder
10Laura O’Dowd Forward 17'
30', 39'
11Michelle Guckian Forward 11'
7', 15', 21'
12Elise Bruen Forward
13Roisin McHugh 15 Forward 16'
14Leah Fox Forward 2'
27Shaylyn Ward 22 Forward
16Niamh Ryan Goalkeeper
17Sinéad Tighe 20 Defender
18Siobhan McCartin Defender
19Rebecca Rooney 2 Defender
20Brónagh O’Rourke 28 Forward
21Aisling Quinn Midfielder
22Vivienne Egan 27 Forward
23Caroline Doherty Defender
24Amy Fowley Forward
25Hannah Reynolds Defender
26Carmel McGovern Forward
15Síomha Quinn 13 Forward 54'
28Sarah Reynolds 20 Forward
29Éabha Moyles Midfielder
30Caroline Guckian Goalkeeper


1Jackie Kinch Goalkeeper
2Jackie Byrne Defender
3Sarah Hogan Defender
4Lucy Dunne Defender
5Shannagh Goetelen Defender
6Sarah Jane Winders Defender 2'
7Helena Dowling Defender
8Niamh McGettigan Midfielder
9Sarah Delahunt Midfielder
10Niamh Cullen Forward
11Aoife Gorman Forward
12Meadhbh Deeney 13 Forward 10'
13', 23'
18Amy Burke 25'
14Laura Hogan Forward 36'
15Marie Kealy Forward 5', 14', 21', 26', 43', 48', 50'
17Rioghna McGettigan Forward
13Siofra Adams 12 Forward
19Sive Byrne
20Aine Byrne
21Emily Mulhall
22Ciara O’Brien
23Orla Minouge
24Chloe Dwyer
25Clodagh Fox Forward


Shane McGettigan Park
Shane McGettigan Park, Drumshanbo, County Leitrim, Ireland

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