Limerick impresses women for Ireland women’s team in Belgium

Limerick impresses women for Ireland women's team in Belgium

A Limerick woman plays for the Republic of Ireland in a women’s international friendly match against Belgium at the King Baddoin Stadium in Brussels on Sunday.

Representative of Irish manager Vera Pov, Newcastle West Defender Claire O’Rourke has offered a first start to his managerial position.

Sporting all-rounder O’Rourke, who has now won 16 matches for his country, played against a Belgian team ranked 17th in the world.

The 26-year-old O’Reilly is currently playing football for the German team MSV Duisburg.

O’Reilly played kamogi and women’s gallic football for Limerick

While studying at a college in IT Carlo, Wexford also played ladies football with West Indies’ Monagia in Newcastle before joining the youth football team.

O’Reilly became the first player to advance to Wexford in the National Women’s League.

There, the famous O’Rourke won re-champion titles and an FAI Cup.

After moving to Germany with Duisburg in 2018, she moved to center back and has been a regular on the senior women’s teams in the Republic of Ireland.

The Irish representative lost 1-0 to Belgium in a friendly in Brussels on Sunday night.

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