Orlaith Kelleher of Limerick and Laois' Alice Walsh
IT’S back to Nenagh this May Bank Holiday weekend for the All-Ireland Minor B Camogie Final.
Limerick needed a last gasp equaliser last weekend to secure a draw with laois.
Sinead McElligott was the late scoring hero in a game that finished Limerick 0-8 Laois 1-5.
The Laois goal came early in the drawn game but Limerick had points from Enya Harrington and Irish Kennelly to lead 0-7 to 1-1 after playing with the first half breeze.
Backed by the elements, Laois battled back in the second half to level with 10-minutes to play.
Alice Walshe then looked to have won it for the Leinster side but Sinead McElligott’s late point ensured a replay this Saturday, back in McDonagh Park in Nenagh.
Limerick are looking to win this title for a third time, adding to previous wins of 2009 and 2011.
PANEL: Roisin Mann, Aishling Corbett, Ella Whelan, Aoife Corbett, Iris Kenneally (all Newcastle West); Megan Ryan, Emily Condon, Isabelle Lyons, Aishling Walsh (all Crecora); Michelle Curtin, Noelle Curtin, Stephanie Woulfe (all Templeglantine); Aishling Ryan, Emma English, Roisin O’Carroll (all Galbally), Aoife Morrissey, Sarah Fitzgibbon, Ailbhe Larkin (all Mungret); Eva Butler, Caroline Brennan (both Bruff), Louise Butler, Annie Giltenane (both Adare), Sara Gillane (Patrickswell), Shauna Foley (Kilmallock), Enya Harrington (Na Piarsaigh), Sinead McElligott (Murroe-Boher), Katie Carroll (Ballyagran), Caitlin Bonfil (Monaleen), Valerie Shanahan (Killeedy), Shauna D’Arcy (Ahane), Orlaith Kelleher (Croagh-Kilfinny), Jade Gillane (Ballybrown), Sarah Condon (Knockaderry).
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