Waterford duo Keeley Corbett Barry and Kate Lynch have been named on the Electric Ireland 3rd level Rising Stars team of the year.
The SETU Waterford pair have both been named in the full-back line alongside Cork's Méabh Murphy.
Announcing the Electric Ireland Camogie Third Level Rising Stars Team of the Year for 2023!
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— Electric Ireland (@ElectricIreland) March 9, 2023
The Waterford side were beaten in the semi-final stages of the Asbourne Cup going down to TU Dublin who went on to win the title in dramatic circumstances.
Gailltír's Kate Lynch epitomised the evolution of the attacking corner back and brought a solid combination of marking, marshalling of her defensive unit and providing a platform to launch attacks, while Keeley standing beside her county team mate was a rock at the heart of the SETU defence.
Corbett Barry last season hit a never to be forgotten point in Carriganore last October as De La Salle lifted their first Senior title following a thrilling win over their age old rivals, Gailltír.
Both Keeley and Kate are flying high at the moment with the county team who continue their Division 1B Very National League campaign this weekend.
Sean Power's unbeaten side are away to Antrim on Saturday afternoon with throw-in at 3pm in Creggan.
Waterford have recorded three from three so far with comfortable wins over Offaly, Wexford and Limerick but this weekend is to be their stiffest test to date.
Our favourite action shots from the Div. 1B very_ireland National League on Saturday last at Gracedieu where Waterford defeated Limerick on a scoreline of 3-24 to 2-06.
All photos available from @NoelBrowne5.
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— Waterford Camogie (@deisecamogie) March 8, 2023