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Noelle Healy

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Dublin are champs - Noelle Healy interview and Peter Leahy in studio

The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson

Dublin are champs - Noelle Healy interview and Peter Leahy in studio by SportsJOE

1hr 11mins

18 Sep 2019

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Ep 1572: Dublin Win 5-In-A-Row, And Noelle Healy On Completing An Amazing Weekend For Dubs - 16/9/19

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'No-one likes us, we don't care' would appear to be the attitude of some Dublin fans... but is there a silent majority of the country who, while they'd rather see the cups getting shared around a bit, are nonetheless more than willing to give credit where it's due? Oisin McConville and Mike Quirke give us their thoughts on the greatest team of all time, the players and manager that made them, and the fault-lines that could yet appear on the horizon. Not even 24 hours after the Dubs won the men's final, their women's team were at it as well, and we speak to 2017 footballer of the year Noelle Healy, who kicked the last point of their 2-3 to 0-4 win over Galway. Plus there's crowd trouble on the Hill, Eoin meets Michéal Martin, Oisin's beef with Johnny Magee, and Mike Quirke's new job.


16 Sep 2019

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Episode 20 - Nicole Owens, Noelle Healy & Sinéad Finnegan

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As part of the First Fortnight festival, I recently sat down with Dublin’s double All-Ireland winning players Nicole Owens, Noelle Healy and Sinéad Finnegan for a live panel discussion in The Sugar Club, Dublin. We spoke about how sport can impact your mental health in both positive and negative ways, discussing vulnerabilities with teammates and in the media, living a balanced lifestyle and the rise in popularity of ladies football in recent years. It was an incredibly insightful and inspiring conversation that men, women, boys and girls will relate to.Noelle Healy is the first voice that replies to my first question, Nicole Owens is the second and Sinéad Finnegan is the third. Hope you enjoy,Alan


18 Jan 2019

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Dublin star Noelle Healy on winning back-to-back All-Irelands and importance of finally beating Cork

The Throw-In

On this week's episode of the Throw-In, Will Slattery looks back on the All-Ireland ladies football final with Dublin star Noelle Healy.Dublin secured back-to-back titles after finally getting over the line against Cork, after losing three consecutive deciders to the Rebelettes in 2014, 2015 and 2016.However, on this occasion Dublin were able to beat their biggest rivals, and Healy admits that the prospect of finally beating Cork was spoken about often in the pre-game build-up.Healy reflects on the tactical tweaks that Dublin brought to their game in order to come out on top, as well as the impact made by manager Mick Bohan, who has won All-Irelands in his first two years in charge.Healy also reflects on the leap forward made in ladies football, with over 50,000 supporters attending yesterday's game at Croke Park, as well as the areas where she would like to see an improvement in the future.


17 Sep 2018

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#22 | Fair Game Meets… Noelle Healy

Fair Game

On this episode we’re joined by an Irish sportswoman who’s had a season to remember in her county colours, as Dublin banished the demons of the last three years of All Ireland football final heartbreak to claim the Brendan Martin trophy for only the second time in the county’s history; Fair Game meets NOELLE HEALY. As […]La entrada Fair Game #22 | Fair Game Meets… Noelle Healy se publicó primero en Headstuff.


8 Dec 2017

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All-Ireland final Player of the Match Noelle Healy discusses Dublin's triumph over Mayo

The Throw-In

On the final episode of the season, Dublin star Noelle Healy and GAA correspondent Jackie Cahill join Will Slattery to discuss the ladies football final.After losing three finals in-a-row, Healy explains how Dublin had the mental strength to return and finally get over the line, and describes the impact that manager Mick Bohan has made since taking over.After attracting a record crowd of over 46,000 yesterday, Cahill discusses the challenges ladies football faces if it wants to keep growing.


25 Sep 2017