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U-14 Player Profiles (A-F)

Hazel Brennan (Moyle Rovers)

Hazel first started playing football with Moyle Rovers in 2011 and played in her first u-12 county final in 2016. She captained her club team in 2018 when they reached the u-14 county semi-final and was a member of the u-13 county development squad in 2018.  

She loves athletics and runs for her local athletic club Clonmel AC and is the current county schools junior cross-country champion. She has won numerous track and field medals and represented Tipperary in the community games in 2018 in both the county relay team and 800m. She qualified for the national finals finishing eighth in the country in 800m. 

She is a sports fanatic and plays lots of other sports including basketball, spikeball, soccer, gymnastics and camogie and also represented her County on the u-14 Tipperary camogie team in 2018.

Aoibheann Collum (Fethard)

Aoibheann first started playing football with her club in Fethard at the u-6 age group. In 2017 she reached her first county final competing in the u-12 'A' final. 

2018 was a very busy year with the club which saw Aoibheann reach the u-12 'A' semi finals, and winning her first County final medal in the u-14 'A' Summer League. With the Community Games she reached the All Ireland u-14 semi-finals, winning the u-14 Munster & County titles along the way. Aoibheann was also selected to represent her County in 2018. 

In 2019 Aoibheann has acquired an u-14 Munster 'B' title with her County, reached the Feile County Final and has been chosen to represent both school and county for the Primary Games.  

Nicole Delaney (Fethard)

Nicole first playing football with Fethard in 2015 and the following year in 2016 she won fer first County Final medal in the u-12 'A' Championship. With her club in 2018 Nicole won her second County Final medal in the u-16 'A' Championship and a third in the u-14 Division 1 Summer League.

In 2018 Nicole also reached the Community Games All Ireland u-14 semi-finals, received a Bronze medal and won the u-14 Munster & County titles along the way as well as winning the u-12 cCmmunity Games County, Munster and All Ireland bronze medals in 2016. Nicole was also selected to represent her County this year making the u-14 team and also received a Sports Person of the year from her school.

So far in 2019 Nicole has acquired an u-14 Munster 'B' title with her County and reached the Feile County Final with her Club.

Emer Dwan (Boherlahan/Dualla)

Emer joined Boherlahan/Dualla GAA club in 2011 at u-6 level and played both hurling and football with the boys club. In 2017 she captained the boys u-11 hurling team which won the County Shield final. The following year she also won a shield hurling final u-12. With Boherlahan Ladies football and Camogie club, she won approx 10 county finals. In 2018 she won an u-14 County camogie final with Cashel and a Feile medal and went on to represent Tipp but were beaten in the All-Ireland 'A' feile semi-final. 

She won the 'B' Shield Camogie final in 2018 with her school, and were also successful in the cross country running from (2015-2018). On the soccer field of play Emer is a member of Cashel Town FC and the elite player programme for the TSSDL and she has represented Munster for the past 2 years. An avid sports person Emer has a busy year ahead playing football, camogie and soccer. She also plays handball with Cashel .

Mary Ann Fitzgerald (St. Patrick’s)

Mary Ann joined her club in 2010 and is currently on the u-14 and u-16 St. Patrick’s Ladies football teams. She was selected on the Tipperary under 13 development panel in 2018 and progressed to the u-14 County panel for 2019.

With her club in 2017 she participated in the u-12 'C' county final and in 2018 played in the u-14 'C' summer league final and u-14 'C' championship final. She won the u-14 football community games gold County and Munster medals in 2018 with Fethard and an u-14 football community games Bronze All Ireland medal also.

In 2018 she reached the Munster semi-final of the senior girls football team with her secondary school. She also enjoys Camogie and represented her NS in the Tipperary Primary Games Camogie team that played Clare in Semple Stadium on the 10th of June 2018.

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