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Ahead of the Continental Tyres Women’s National League 2017 season, there has been plenty of transfers and news happening.

 

We’ve done a quick round-up of all the news from the Continental Tyres Women’s National League to keep you fully up-to-date with everything which is going on.

 

Roma McLaughlin claims Donegal Soccer Person of the Year award

 

Republic of Ireland international and Shelbourne Ladies star Roma McLaughlin was named the Donegal Soccer Person of the Year award after a fantastic season in the Women’s National League.

 

The 18-year old made her senior international debut for the Republic of Ireland in the 1-0 defeat to Portugal in the UEFA Women’s European qualifying stage.

 

A star of the Republic of Ireland Under-19s side as well, McLaughlin recently joined Shelbourne Ladies to play UEFA Women’s Champions League football next season. She was named in the Women’s National League Team of the Year after a fantastic season for Peamount United.

 

Wexford Youths snap up double signing

 

Wexford Youths’ new manager Laura Heffernan has strengthen her squad ahead of the new season with a double signing.

 

Siobhan Doolan, who can play as a midfielder or a forward, has signed for the club from Curracloe United and also played for the Wexford League in the Gaynor Cup.

 

Amy Wilson has also signed for the club from St. Joseph’s AFC having represented the Wexford League in the Gaynor Cup and also played for Gorey Rangers.

 

Peamount United boost squad with Moloney

 

Peamount United have announced the signing of defender Chloe Moloney ahead of the 2017 season.

 

Moloney was named in the Continental Tyres Women’s National League Team of the Year after her excellent performances for Galway WFC.

 

A star for the Republic of Ireland Under-19s side, Moloney recently scored in the 4-0 win over Portugal and will be a great addition for Peas next season. 

 

Kilkenny United announce managerial departure

 

Kilkenny United have announced manager Noel Kealy has left the club to take up the manager’s position at UCD Waves.

 

Kealy oversaw Kilkenny’s progression last season having had the youngest squad in the league and were notable improvers throughout the campaign.

 

Kealy has now moved to UCD Waves to take up the position after Eileen Gleeson left the club following the 2016 season.

 

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