All Ireland Final Preview - Aine T O'Sullivan
Aine O'Sullivan got her Senior Championship debut against Meath in the All Ireland qualifiers, has hung onto the starting position through battles against Galway and Kerry and now prepares for her first All Ireland Final at the top level.
We've spoken to the 21 year old Beara Footballer about getting her break off Manager Eamon Ryan and what it means to play alongside such decorated players.
O'Sullivan is one of four players making their All Ireland final debuts, along with Ashling Barrett, Marie Ambrose and Aisling Hutchings.
Click PLAY below to hear the pre match thoughts of Aine T.
We've been building up to Sundays final all week, click on the names for interviews with the following;
Rena Buckley - making the switch from Camogie to Ladies Football, and bidding for her 16th All Ireland Medal.
Valerie Mulcahy - savouring every moment as she reaches the twilight of her career, and what she expects off Dublin this year.
Martina O'Brien - the goalkeeper discusses kick out strategies and the accurate forward threat Dublin possess.
Geraldine O'Flynn - the All Star defender is hoping she won't have to deliver any match winners on Sunday.
Tune in to The Big Red Bench on Saturday from 6pm for our big match preview, we'll hear from Manager Eamon Ryan, Captain Ciara O'Sullivan and Brid Stack who, along with Briege Corkery, has the distinction of playing every minute in the 9 winning finals to date.
Join us Sunday from 6pm for all the post match reaction LIVE from Croke Park.
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