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


1Leonie Gaughan Goalkeeper
2Michelle McNamara Defender
3Aisling Egan Defender
4Claire Dunne Defender
5Lisa Powell Defender
6Nicola Brennan Defender
7Lisa Casey Defender
8Sarah Reynolds Midfielder
9Sarah Cunney Midfielder
10Aife Haran 18 Forward
11Ellen McGuire 17 Forward
12Roisin Molloy Forward 6'
13Leah Duffy Forward 42', 55'
14Katie Walsh Forward 15', 25', 28', 31'
15Denise McGrath 22 Forward 1'
16Bebhinn Harte
17Michaela Gaffney 11
18Rachel O’Brien 10 Forward
19Tara Brehony
20Amy McGovern
21Isabella Henry
22Lauren Normanlly 15
23Holly Davis
24Keighleigh Cawley
25Ciara Gorman
26Leah Kelly


1Eimear Barry Goalkeeper
2Amy Potts Defender
3Aisling Donoher Defender
4Aimee Kelly Defender
5Rachel Williams 7 Defender 8', 19'
6Ellen Healy 18 Defender 34'
21Anna Moore
8Anna Healy 24 Midfielder 12'
9Jane Moore Midfielder
10Eva Galvin Forward 30'
11Shifra Havill 22 Forward 27'
12Erone Fitzpatrick Forward 1', 54'
13', 19', 23', 55'
13Mo Nerney Forward 20'
10', 29', 33', 44', 56'
14Emma Lawlor Forward 30', 47'
2', 11', 22', 57', 60'
15Sarah-Anne Fitzgerald 25 Forward 12'
16Naomi Luttrell
17Laura-Marie Maher Forward
18Amy Loughman 6
7Joyce Dunne 5 Defender
19Clodagh Dunne Defender
20Alanna Havill
22Claire Conlon 11 49'
23Sinead Farrelly
24Aoife Kirrane 8 55'
25Kelly O’Neill 15
26Rebecca Williams
27Orla Hennessy Midfielder


Eastern Harps, Sligo
Eastern Harps, L4202, Toomour ED, Ballymote-Tubbercurry Municipal District, County Sligo, Connacht, Ireland

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