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Tyrone Face Huge Challenge In Nancy Murray Cup Final

Thursday 12.11.2020
Team Talk Mag
Camogie


 

Tyrone know only too well the challenge that Cavan will present  on Saturday evening in the Nancy Murray Cup Final. These sides are more than familiar with each other having already met on two previous occasions this season. Cavan emerged convincing winners on both occasions. Tyrone have been working hard as a group with training going well and the players turning out in good numbers. The management will feel that with the way training has been going, their side will show some improvement since the teams last met. Cavan were on top in all areas of the field last time out and, to have any chance, Tyrone are going to have to do a much better job at winning their individual battles in key positions.

Tyrone are led by captain Roisin McErlean, who has great accuracy from the placed ball. There is a good mixture of youth and experience on the team and the girls will be going all out to give a better account of themselves than in previous games.
Q and A with team captain  Róisín McErlean 

Club: Naomh Treasa

Position: Forward

Occupation: Student/ Teaching Assistant 

Most memorable camogie achievement: Making history with my club with back to back Ulster titles 

What’s your fondest Camogie memory: 2013 All Ireland feile in Limerick

Who is your sporting idol: Cain Lynch/ Tony Kelly 

Toughest opponent played against and why: Good club mate Áine McNulty- knocked me unconscious the first time I played against her

Best advice you ever got as a player: Never allow yourself to be referring to a “weaker side” 

One bit of advice you would give to an underage player: Same as above!! Be respectful and thankful to everyone who makes it possible to play the game we love! We are blessed in the GAA community to have the most amazing volunteers across every club and county in the country- real legends of the game.   

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