FOOTBALL: SportsDaz Team of the Year – Day 4 Results

FOOTBALL: SportsDaz Team of the Year – Day 4 Results

(Day 4 Poll Toppers (l-r) – Jenny Higgins, Monica McGuirk, Aimee O’Connor & Neasa Dooley)

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It was another exciting day in the penultimate round of polls to determine the 2020 SportsDaz Ladies Football Team of the Year as the remaining contenders were reduced to 32 and they’ll all contest tomorrow’s Final.

The goalkeepers were reduced from 8 to 4; the midfielders also dropped from 8 to 4; and the forwards where whittled down from 24 to 12.

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GOALKEEPERS (Semi-Finals) – Meath’s Monica McGuirk topped the poll with 48.4% followed by Fermanagh’s Shauna Murphy, Kerry’s Ciara Butler and Tipperary’s Lauren Fitzpatrick.

That means Fermanagh, Kerry, Meath and Tipperary will be represented in the Final.

Among the shock eliminations were Dublin’s Ciara Trant and Cork’s Martina O’Brien.

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MIDFIELDERS (Semi-Finals) – Roscommon’s Jenny Higgins topped the poll with 55.5% followed by Meath’s Máire O’Shaughnessy, Galway’s Louise Ward and Donegal’s Yvonne Bonner.

That means Donegal, Galway, Meath and Roscommon will be represented in the Final.

Among the shock eliminations were Mayo’s Aileen Gilroy and Dublin’s Lauren Magee.

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FORWARDS (Semi-Finals) – Roscommon’s Aimee O’Connor topped the poll with 48.1% followed by Wicklow’s Clodagh Fox and Kildare duo Neasa Dooley and Roisin Byrne.

Armagh, Kildare and Wicklow have two finalists each; while Carlow, Kerry, Limerick, Meath, Roscommon and Tipperary have one each.

Among the shock eliminations were Meath duo Vikki Wall and Emma Duggan; Dublin’s Carla Rowe and Wicklow’s Meadbh Deeney.

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There will be eight polls on Friday with four players in each (1×4 Goalkeepers, 3×4 Defenders, 1×4 Midfielders, and 3×4 Forwards)

Unlike previous rounds where the overall score across all polls in each section counted, this time it’s a straight shoot-out.  The top goalkeeper makes the team, the top two midfielders make the team, and the top two in each of the defenders and forwards polls make the team.

Should there be a tie, the semi-final results will be used to seperate contenders.  And if still level, the quarter-final results!

So keep an eye out on twitter and make your vote count one last time on Friday when we select the 2020 SportsDaz Football Team of the Year.

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Goalkeeper – Semi-Final Qualifiers

Monica McGuirk – Meath (48.4%), Shauna Murphy – Fermanagh (34.6%), Ciara Butler – Kerry (32.5%), Lauren Fitzpatrick – Tipperary (26.6%)

Goalkeeper – Eliminated

Martina O’Brien – Cork (18.4%), Ciara Trant – Dublin (17.8%), Aoife McColgan – Donegal (14.5%), Lauren McCormack – Westmeath (7.2%)

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Midfield – Semi-Final Qualifiers

Jenny Higgins – Roscommon (55.5%), Máire O’Shaughnessy – Meath (37.2%), Louise Ward – Galway (26.4%), Yvonne Bonner – Donegal (23.8%)

Midfield – Eliminated

Lorraine Scanlon – Kerry (20.1%), Lauren Magee – Dublin (14.1%), Aileen Gilroy – Mayo (12.7%), Bernie Breen – Wexford (10.2%)

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Forwards – Semi-Final Qualifiers

Aimee O’Connor – Roscommon (48.1%), Neasa Dooley – Kildare (47.1%), Roisin Byrne – Kildare (46.8%), Clodagh Fox – Wicklow (43.4%), Cliodhna Ni She – Carlow (41.3%), Aimee Mackin – Armagh (37.9%), Amy Ryan – Limerick (35.8%), Louise Ni Mhuircheartaigh – Kerry (34.8%), Stacey Grimes – Meath (27.1%), Ashling Moloney –Tipperary (26.9%), Marie Kealy – Wicklow (23.1%), Aoife McCoy – Armagh (22.7%)

Forwards – Eliminated

Vikki Wall – Meath (22.5%), Carla Rowe – Dublin (22.1%), Emma Duggan – Meath (21.5%), Síofra O’Shea – Kerry (21.0%), Orla Finn – Cork (16.0%), Olivia Divilly – Galway (14.9%), Meadbh Deeney – Wicklow (11.0%), Bridgetta Lynch – Meath (8.6%), Doireann O’Sullivan – Cork (8.2%), Sinead Aherne – Dublin (7.6%), Lyndsey Davey – Dublin (7.5%), Kelly Mallon – Armagh (4.1%).

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