Sarah Ann Fitzgerald- Laois
Sarah Ann has been on the Laois Senior Team for the past 4 years and she has shown her strength and versatility by lining out in both attack and defence. She has been a rock at full back for the last two years and is one of the main reasons that the Ashbourne Cup team have conceded very little goals throughout this years championship.
Maggie Hogan- Laois
Maggie is one of those tight defenders that as she reads the game so well giving forwards a hard time. She has made a huge impression since joining the panel last year for both the Div 1 and 2 teams.
Colette Dormer- Kilkenny
She has won numerous medals while donning the Black and Amber. Colette is a leader on and off the pitch for WIT. Her performances in this year’s championship were outstanding at corner back with not an inch spared. In recognition of her outstanding performances she was awarded an Ashbourne Cup All Star 2011. She has been the heartbeat of the club for the last number of years.
Ann Dalton- Kilkenny
At centre back you look for a person that has leadership, strength, courage and skill, Ann has this in abundance. Ann was captain of this year’s successful Ashbourne Cup Three in a row team and has three consecutive Ashbourne cup medals since she came to WIT. She has been the outstanding player day in day out for club, county and college over the last number of years winning everything in her path. In recognition of her outstanding performances she was awarded an Ashbourne Cup All Star 2011. She was also awarded WIT’s Clubs and Societies Sports Star of the Year 2011.
Denise Gaule- Kilkenny
Denise is another member of the current Kilkenny Senior Camogie team and plays a pivotal role WIT’s game plan. At full forward she has the strength, pace and skill to win games on her own. In recognition of her outstanding performances she was awarded an Ashbourne Cup All Star 2011.
Katie Power- Kilkenny
Katie has been playing on the senior Kilkenny Camogie team for the past few years. For WIT this year she was a lethal scoring forward. She has the ability to bring players into the game around her and in recognition of her outstanding performances she was awarded an Ashbourne Cup All Star 2011.
Michelle Quilty- Kilkenny
Michelle was also a member of the Kilkenny squad for the last number of years. Michelle’s score taking and ability to make space for others with her vision was second to none. Playing at centre forward in the final she gave a master class in attacking play. In recognition of her outstanding performances she was awarded an Ashbourne Cup All Star 2011 and was awarded WIT Senior Camogie Player of the Year 2011.
Edwina Keane- Kilkenny
Edwina is one of those versatile players that can play both in defence and attached. Injured coming up to the final did not start but made a huge difference anytime she was introduced with her ability to win ball.
Trish Jackman- Waterford
Trish is one of the leading members of the Waterford team she has become one of the most versatile players on the team by lining out in the backs and forwards. This year Trish played a staring role at left half back. With her ability, pace, strength and striking of the ball setting up attack after attack and even getting a few scores herself. In recognition of her outstanding performances this year, she was awarded an Ashbourne Cup All Star 2011.
Karen Kelly- Waterford
Karen has been a member of the Waterford team for the past few years and has been there main scoring forward. This year during the Ashbourne cup she lined out at corner forward and was always a thorn in the side of the opposition. Her ability to take frees and speed to get away from her markers was key to WIT’s success this year.
Jean Brady- Offaly
Jean has been a member of the Offaly panel for the last few years. Jean has been a revelation for WIT this year. She mastered her first year as an Ashbourne player with sterling performances at mid field. She has pace work rate and scoring prowess and was a vital part of the Ashbourne success this year. As a result of her outstanding performances, Jean was awarded WIT Fresher Camogie Player of the year 2011.
Lorraine Keena- Offaly
Lorraine has been a member of the successful Offaly panel for the past number of years. Since arriving in WIT, Lorraine has shown her versatility by lining out in the backs, midfield and forwards. She has been a member of the successful Ashbourne Team three in a row team. Lorraine lined out in this year’s final at corner back and showed great discipline and tight marking by not allowing her player get any score.
Stacey Redmond- Wexford
Stacey is a member of the successful Wexford panel at the moment. Stacey has had a great year at right half back for WIT this year. She is very strong under the high ball and along with the half back line was the launching pad of all of WIT attacks this year.
Katrina Parrock- Wexford
Since Katrina has come to WIT she has been one for the driving forces of the Ashbourne Cup team. Katrina was Fresher camogie player of the tournament2010 and Ashbourne player of the tournament in 2010 and 2011. In recognition of her outstanding performances she was awarded an Ashbourne Cup All Star 2011. Katrina has natural skill levels that can win a game on her own.
Fiona Morrissey- Limerick
Fiona highlights what WIT camogie club is about, her drive work rate and ability move the ball quick is second to none. After winning her first Ashbourne Cup in 2009 she took a year out due to work experience commitments but has come back this year and been an outstanding performer at centre forward and corner forward.
Adrian Power- Waterford
Adrian has been a student here in WIT for the past 5 years and has been a loyal servant to the WIT GAA Club, this year he struggled with injury and only came on as a sub against LIT. A strong contender to play in the Goal for Waterford next year.
Shane Fives- Waterford
Shane Fives hails from the Tureen Club out side Dungarvan, Captained this year Fitzgibbon team which also putting himself in contention to start for Waterford in the Munster Championship this year.
Noel Connors- Waterford
Noel had a fantastic year for Waterford last year picking up his first Vodafone All-Star award. His performances all year for the Deise made him one of Davy’s most important players.
Stephen Power- Waterford
This is Stephens first year in with the Waterford set up, with some great performances for his Club Ballygunner he was due a look in with Davy’s plans
Wayne Hutchinson- Waterford
Wayne was names WIT’s Hurler of The Year in 2011, he played most of the league with the Waterford Seniors this year and is mostly likely to play in this years Championship.
Brian O’Meara- Tipperary
Brian was a member of the Tipperary Panel who won the 2010 All-Ireland Final and continues to try nail down a starting position for the 2011 season, played some great games for the college during his time here and hopefully a few more in the future.
Cathal Parlon- Offaly
An Architectural Student in WIT, Cathal is also a significant member of the Offaly Senior hurling set up and has played some great games in this year’s league campaign. A winner of 2 Fitzgibbon Cup medals in WIT a player who never gave less then 100%
John Mulhall- Kilkenny
John been a member of the Kilkenny senior inter-county team since 2010 despite the fact that his playing style frequently divides opinion amongst hurling fans and was unlucky not to pick an All-Ireland medal after losing out to Tipperary in the Final last September. A holder of 1 U21 All-Ireland Medal John has a great future ahead of him.
Enda Barret - ClareEnda is a highly decorated under age hurler in his native county. He had represented Clare at all levels and stared at midfield for the Clare All Ireland under 21 winning team. A former pupil of the St. Flanhans hurling nursery in Clare where he started for their Harty teams during his time in the school. Enda is currently on the sports scholarship program in WIT and has been an invaluable contribution to WIT during his 3 years in the college.
Fintan O Lerary - CorkFintan has been a member of the Fitzgibbon panel for the last 5 years. Fintan stared for the 2008 winning team at wing forward. As a result of his vast experience Fintan was named captain of the Fitzgibbon team in 2010. Fintan was also a member of the last fresher team to win an all Ireland in 2005. Fintan is currently on the WIT sports scholarship scheme which is designed to assist talented individuals in achieving their through potential.
Chris O’Connor- Meath
The Ballinabrackey man has been an integral part of the WIT men’s football team throughout his time in WIT. Since making his championship debut for Meath against Galway in 2007, he has been an ever present on the Meath team ever since. Equally comfortable in the wing back and corner back positions, Chris has been noted for his score taking exploits
Colm Coss- Laois
Colm has been on the Laois panel for the last three years. The Mountmellick man captained the WIT men’s football team. Colm is equally at home in midfield or at full forward and is noted for his fielding and free taking abilities.
Ross Brady- Offaly
Ross has recently established himself as centre back on the Offaly team. The versatile Clara man can play in any position and has found himself playing in the outfield lines bar the full back line. A broken jaw ruled Ross out of WIT’s Trench cup campaign and his absence proved to be a massive loss.
Mattie O’Donnell- Tipperary
The Killenaule native joined the Tipperary panel in 2009 and has established himself as a valuable member of the Tipperary panel. Mattie is renowned for his shot stopping and his long range kickouts.
Tommy Prendergast- Waterford
The big Killrossanty man has established himself as one of the most promising young midfielders in the game. Tommy is also capable of playing in the full forward line to great effect. Tommy came into the WIT Trench cup panel late this year but quickly established himself as an important member of the Trench cup panel.
Cillian O’Keefe- Waterford
Cillian has been a member of the Waterford senior football panel for the last three years. The Clashmore man is equally at home in the half forward or full forward lines and is renowned for his ball carrying ability and high work rate throughout matches.
Peadar Burke- Wicklow
Peadar was an important member of the WIT Trench cup panel this year. He began the year off at full forward before moving out to the wing forward line come championship time to great effect. The Baltinglass man was WIT’s best performer in the Trench cup final and has been a member of the Wicklow panel for the last two years.
Niall Walsh - WaterfordThe big Killrosanty man had an excellent first year in WIT, establishing himself as an important member of WIT’s senior football panel. Also, it his first year on the Waterford senior panel, Niall is capable of playing in midfield, half back, or full back lines equally well.
Donna Berry - Kildare
Donna is currently on the WIT Sports Scholarship Scheme and has been a regular on the Kildare senior team for a number of years now. Donna has been WIT’s outstanding player over the last three years. She is a versatile player that can make any position her own.
Sinead Whelan - Wexford
Sinead has been between the WIT goals for the last number of year. Her leadership at the back is first class. Her shot stopping ability and reading of the game has been key to WIT’s Giles Cup success 2011. Sinead has been a member of the Wexford panel for the last two years.
Nora Dunphy - Waterford
Nora has an inspirational player for WIT over the last number of years. At centre half back she has the ability not only to stop the opposition but also set up attack after attack for WIT. Nora is also part of the WIT scholarship scheme and plays inter-county senior football with Waterford since 2006.
Anne Dunphy - Waterford
As only a freshers Ann has been a huge addition to the Giles Cup team this year. Playing at mid field she was the focal point of each attack and defended excellently well throughout the campaign. Her ability to find space and give the right pass is second to none. Ann was also recognised by been named WIT Fresher Ladies footballer of the year 2011 and on the WIT scholarship scheme.
Anne Marie O’Gorman - Tipperary
Anne Marie was the heartbeat of the team at midfield in 2010. Unfortunately for Anne Marie she was away on work experience at the start of the year and the got injured later limiting her appearances in this year’s championship.
Bridin Doyle - Wexford
The Wexford native played at corner back and wing back this year and is a sticky defender who does not give away a score lightly. She has put in some huge performances to help the girls win the Giles cup 2011. Playing alongside her sister Marguerite this year for WIT made the defence watertight.
Maruerite Doyle - Wexford
Maruerite is a tight defender who stood out during the league and the championship with her ability to start attacks and defend without giving an inch. She covers ever blade of grass and has the presence of mind to give good ball to the forwards. As a result she was named WIT Senior Ladies Footballers of the year 2011.
Shannon Mc Donagh - Meath
Shannon is a free scoring forward who knows where the goal is. She played in the backs this year also giving headaches to the management with her fine performances. She has a great head to bring other players around her into the game and one of the driving forces within the club.