The July recipient scored 3-36 in five championship matches for the Déise this summer.
Carton starred in narrow victories over Limerick and Clare as Donal O’Rourke’s charges reached the All Ireland quarter finals for the first time. The De La Salle forward shot 1-10 against the Shannonsiders and followed that up with 1-9 in Ennis a week later.
Speaking to WLR Sport, Beth said those two wins instilled great confidence in the group
Waterford’s season came to an end in Páirc Uí Chaoimh as Tipperary prevailed by seven points, Beth said it was a tough defeat to take
The twenty year old has already won an All Ireland intermediate in 2015, an All Ireland under 16 B and minor B in 2014, a Soaring Star award and a Player of the League prize. She also boasts two Ashbourne Cup medals with UL.
Carton started playing competitively at just four years of age with the boys’ teams in De La Salle. John Mullane and DJ Carey were her idols. The camogie club was founded in 2008 and she has led the first team into the senior ranks.
And for the full-Interview with Beth Carton, you can tune into this evening’s “Lár Na Páirce” with Tomás McCarthy on WLR from 6.10pm