Niamh Gallogly or NiamhyG as everyone calls her is a member of the Royal Gaels club in Dunshaughlin. NiamhyG made her adult county debut in 2016 against Sligo and has worked extremely hard over the last number of years. Niamh is one of those players you need to watch constantly as playing on the half back line she will often appear right up in front of goals scoring the odd point. Her Grandad the late Jim Kearney from Navan was a member of the victorious Meath GAA team who won an All Ireland in 1949.
Stacey Grimes has been to the forefront of both club and county for the last number of years. She has been a constant threat for her club Seneschalstown and has brought that with her into the county scene. Stacey made her county debut in 2016 against Sligo. Her endeavours have seen her win the coveted Player of the Match award in last years semi-final win against Roscommon and also the WGPA Player of the month in August of the same year. Staceys trusty right foot has seen her convert frees from just about every angle on the pitch.
Aoibhin Cleary another young player who seems to have been around for ages. Aoibhin plays her football with Donaghmore/Ashbourne and has been part of the county scene since a young age. She was the winner of the PPS Bill Daly Award in 2016-17. She was a Leinster and All Ireland Minor winner and Player of the Match in the All Ireland Final in 2016. Also part of the Leinster Final squad of 2017 and NFL winning squad in 2019. Aoibhin is still a student! Aoibhin made her Adult debut in 2016 against Dublin.
Megan Thynne is already an Ireland title holder! At camogie. She will definitely be looking to double up on Sunday when she takes to the hallowed turf of Croke Park. Megan has been a dual player for as long as I can remember. Its hard to manage both codes but Megan seems to have it down to a T! Megan took the honours in the Meath Chronicle Young Sportsperson category in 2017. She has also a Camogie All Star which she won in 2017. Part of the historic Leinster title winning team in 2017 and NFL winning team in 2019. Megan works as a Childcare Practitioner. Megan made her debut in 2015 against Laois.