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New players for cork womens fc

Thursday, 15th August, 2013 1:00am

Cork Women's FC have added three new players to their squad ahead of the Bus Éireann Women's National League which kicks off on 25 August.Mary White, Amy Dineen and Rebecca Horgan are a welcome addition to Maurice Farrell's team who currently have 17 players signed up for the season ahead. It is expected that more signings will be made before the end of the transfer window.White comes into the Cork set up on the back of a number of impressive performances for Examiner/Evening Echo in the local CWSSL Premier Division and she can play in defence, midfield or attack. Teenagers Dineen and Horgan can both play in midfield or up front and have impressed in preseason training in Bishopstown.Horgan has transferred to Cork after completing her season with Listowel, while Dineen who has also represented Cork at minor level in Gaelic Games, comes in from the West Cork League and recently scored twice on her debut in a preseason friendly.Speaking on the new additions, manager Maurice Farrell said: “It's great to add three talents to the team like Mary, Rebecca and Amy. Mary is bringing a wealth of experience to the team and we have no doubt that she'll be an asset to the team from the get-go. Amy and Rebecca were playing Gaynor Cup, and we're delighted that exciting Cork talent is signing for the team. We really think they can make the step-up to play at a national level.”

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