|Irish name||Leannán Ní Fhionnalaigh|
|Born|| 1990 (age 29–30)|
2007 – present
2007 – present
| * club appearances and scores correct as of (16:31, 30 December 2009 (UTC)).|
**Inter County team apps and scores correct as of (16:31, 30 December 2009 (UTC)).
Leann Fennelly (born 1990) is a camogie player and a student, who played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final.
Leann's father, Liam, gave distinguished service to Kilkenny in the forward line, whereas she has shown her mettle in the backs. Her father and six of his brothers played together to win the 1989 Leinster Senior Club Hurling Championship and four (Kevin, Seán, Ger and Liam) played together in the All Ireland hurling final of 1987. Her father's cousin Mary captained the 1976 Kilkenny All Ireland team and served as President of the Camogie Association.
She already has six All-Ireland medals in her collection – one Under-16, three Minor, one Colleges and one Intermediate from 2008. Her senior debut was in 2009.
The All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship is a competition for inter-county teams in the women's field sport of game of camogie played in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Camogie Association and are played during the summer months with the All-Ireland Camogie Final being played on the second Sunday in September in Croke Park, Dublin. The prize for the winning team is the O'Duffy Cup.
Cathriona Foley is a Lecturer in Biochemistry at Cork Institute of Technology and camogie player and winner of All Ireland medals in 2006, 2008 and 2009. She won All Star awards in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Cathríona captained Cork to the All-Ireland Senior title in 2008 and is also the holder of an All-Ireland Minor medal as well as provincial honours at Minor, Junior, Intermediate and Senior. Holds a Junior 'B' county championship medal with her club and won a Senior championship title while captaining divisional side Muskerry in 2007. Her father, Dan Joe, won a minor hurling All-Ireland with Cork. Cathriona is the holder of All Star awards and has lined out with UCC in the Ashbourne Cup. Sisters Mairéad and Colleen and brother Daniel wore the Cork colours at under-age level.
Gemma O'Connor born 1985 in Cork is a camogie player, a soldier in the Irish Army, winner of All Ireland camogie medals in 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018. She is a ten times camogie All Star award winner in which she won six awards in succession, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2017. She was also a member of the Team of the Championship for 2011.
Catherine Doherty is a camogie player and a purchaser, who played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final. She played cornerforward on her first All Ireland final appearance in 2001. and her brother, Noel, who won an All-Ireland Intermediate medal in 2008. Another brother, Niall, has also donned the county colours in various grades while an uncle, Joe Doherty, played Senior with Kilkenny in 1965. Catherine won a Purcell Cup medal with Carlow I.T. and was picked on the combined Purcell team in 2005. She played camogie/shinty for Ireland in Centenary Year and represented Leinster in the Gael Linn in 2000, 2002, 2005 and 2009. Has won a National League and Leinster Junior and Senior titles with Kilkenny, as well as Junior and Intermediate medals with the club. Her senior debut was in 2000. .
Jacqui Frisby is a camogie player and an accounts assistant, winner of a camogie All Star award in 2009. She played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final. An All-Ireland Junior medal winner in 2002, Jacqui added a National League medal in 2008. She holds Leinster titles in the Under- 14, Under-16, Under-18, Junior and Senior grades along with an All-Ireland Schools 'B' medal. Her brother represented Kilkenny at under-age level. Her senior debut was in 2001.
Elaine Aylward is a camogie player and a bank official, winner of a camogie All Star award in 2009. She played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final.
Lizzie Lyng is a camogie player and a social worker, who played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final. She featured at midfield on Kilkenny's last final appearance in 2001. Has won Leinster medals in the Under-14, Under-16, Minor and Senior grades as well as one Gael Linn with the province. Captured two Ashbourne Cups with U.C.C. and added a National League medal to her collection in 2008. Her senior debut was in 1999.
Collette Dormer is a camogie player and student, who played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final.
Therese Muldowney is a camogie player and social worker, who played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final. Therese has won Under-16 and Minor provincial titles with Kilkenny as well as a schools All- Ireland in the Senior 'B' grade. Her brother, Ciarán, is a well-known trainer and club player with Conahy Shamrocks, and she made her senior debut in 2009.
Katie Power is an All-Ireland- and All Star-winning camogie player who plays for Piltown and Kilkenny.
Edwina Keane is a camogie player and student, All Ireland Champion 2016. She played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final and was a Purcell All Star award winner in 2010. The Leinster 'Young Player of the Year' in 2008, Edwina added the I.T. Tralee 'Sportsperson of the Year' award for the academic year 2008-'09 to her collection. She has won three All- Ireland Minor titles as well as two Under-16s, and Leinster medals in all under-age grades. A National League title-holder from last year. Her senior debut was in 2006.
Michelle Quilty is, a camogie player. She played in the 2009 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Final and was a member of the Team of the Championship for 2011. With a total of 5-26 she was the fourth highest scoring player in the Championship in 2011.
Denise Gaule is a camogie player and student. The winner of the Young Player of the Year award of 2009, she played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final. She came to public attention during the 2009 All-Ireland semi-final against Galway when she scored three fine points, just one week after helping Kilkenny to yet another All-Ireland Minor title, and her second in the grade. She also holds two All-Ireland Senior colleges medals and won an All-Ireland Intermediate crown of 2008 when she was declared player of the match in the final.
Marie O'Connor is a camogie player and Garda. She played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final. Marie is a niece of Bridie McGarry, winner of nine All- Ireland Senior medals and captain of the Kilkenny team that beat Cork in the 1987 final. Marie won a Junior All-Ireland medal in 2002 and added National League honours in 2008 when she captained Kilkenny. On the club scene she has ten county, five Leinster and three All- Ireland medals, and scored the most important goal of her career to date in the 2009 All Ireland semi-final win over Galway.
Aisling Dunphy is a camogie player and student. She played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final. Aisling has won three All- Ireland Under-16 and four All-Ireland Minor medals as well as two All-Ireland inter-provincial colleges titles and a national Junior colleges crown. She has eleven Leinster medals for Under- 14 (two), Under- 16 (three) and Minor (six), and also won two All-Ireland colleges sevens titles and two Leinster Junior colleges.
Keeva Fennelly is a camogie player and financial reporter. She played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final.
Therese Maher is a Camogie player, and winner of Five All Star awards 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2011 and 2013. She finally got her All-Ireland Medal in 2013 after 16 years of hardship when they defeated Kilkenny in the final 1-09 to 0-07 points. She plays for her club Athenry. She was also a member of the Galway senior panel that unsuccessfully contested the All Ireland finals of 2010 and 2011 against Wexford. She was Galway camogie player of the year 1998 and 2008 and a member of the Team of the Championship for 2011. She was also an All-Star nominee in 2010.
Aoife Neary is a camogie player and works as a vascular physiologist in the south east. She lives in Co.kilkenny. Winner of All Star awards in 2008 and 2009. Neary played in the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2009 and again in 2013. Aoife's father, Paddy, was a determined corner-back with Kilkenny in the early 1980s and went on to serve as an inter-county referee, while her aunt, Catherine, is the current camogie association president. She won a National League medal in 2008. Aoife was on the Junior All-Ireland winning side of 2002 and holds Leinster titles in the Under-14 (two), Under-16 (three), Minor (three), Junior and Senior (three) grades. She has captured Gael Linn Cup Junior and Senior honours with Leinster, Under-16 (two), Junior and Minor titles with her club, and an All-Ireland Senior 'B' Colleges medal.
Caitríona Ryan is a camogie player and an accountant, who played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final. Catríona played in goal on the All-Ireland Senior final team in 2001 against Tipperary. An All-Ireland Colleges medal holder, she went on to capture a Junior title in 2002 and was a member of the successful National League-winning team in 2008. Her senior debut was in 2001.
Deirdre Delaney is a camogie player and sales representative. She played in the 2009 All Ireland camogie final. One of the mainstays of the all conquering St Lachtain's teams, Deirdre has assisted the Freshford side to ten county, six Leinster and three All-Ireland club titles. Has won provincial inter-county medals in the Under-16 and Minor grades.
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