CM – Dublin’s Niamh McEvoy is ending her AFLW career

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NIAMH McEvoy retired from AFLW after two seasons with Melbourne Demons.

The 30-year-old, who has won All-Ireland medals with Dublin in the past four seasons, has played eight games in two years for the Melbourne Club.

Last year, McEvoy and Dublin teammate Sinéad Goldrick played the first part of a season that went unfinished after the outbreak of the pandemic that forced the AFLW to abandon its finals series. </ The pair was joined by Lauren Magee, another member of Mick Bohan's all-conquering Dublin team that year, although McEvoy struggled to break into the demon side this year and spent time with the VFLW Club Casey.

All three are expected to compete for Dublin to win a fifth Brendan Martin Cup later this year.

« The competitiveness, professionalism and experience that Niamh has gained from her hugely successful Gaelic football His career in Ireland has brought tremendous benefits to our group over the past two seasons, « said Daniel McPherson, Melbourne AFLW boss.

 » We should never underestimate what players like Niamh are sacrificing when they travel to Australia to take part in our AFLW competition. « 

McEvoy was one of 14 Irish players on the AFLW lists in 2021, although there is a good chance there will be fewer in 2022.

Two; Clare’s Ailish Considine and Tipperarys Orla O’Dwyer will compete in the Grand Final for Bisbane Lions and Adelaide Crows on Saturday.

Cora Staunton was named AFLW Team of the Year for her accomplishments at GWS Giants.

Es There’s no indication yet whether Bríd Stack, who suffered a vertebral fracture in her first game for the Giants in January, will seek a new contract.

Some, like Aisling McCarthy of the West Coast Eagles, have a year left Time to finalize their contracts.

Since most clubs have set up kindergartens to bring out local talent, the need for imported talent is no longer so high.

Under the collective agreement signed in 2020, Player salaries will rise 16% next year, with Tier 4 minimum wage rising to $ 20,239.

Expert GAA analysis by Joe Brolly, John Mullane, Pat Spillane, and Vincent Hogan & Tomás O’Sé . Issued during the GAA championships.

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