Doyle named Gaelic Life Dual Player of the Year

Corinna Doyle was named as the Gaelic Life Dual Player of the Year for her 2023 efforts at Friday’s annual event.

Doyle starred for Granemore in both codes last season, collecting championship crowns in football and camogie.

Granemore went all the way in the camogie championship, winning Ulster and All-Ireland titles.

Doyle was in superb form for Connor Devlin’s girls and had a huge impact in the All-Ireland final.

She rattled the net against Athleague and finished with 1-1 as Granemore won 3-9 to 2-5 in the end.

Not only that, but Doyle also raised a green flag in the All-Ireland semi-final as Granemore defeated Knockananna.

Dual Star

On the football field, Doyle was equally as impressive. Granemore captured the Armagh Intermediate Championship title.

A real goal-getter in both codes, the attacking ace rattled the back of the net in the Armagh final against Clan na Gael.

She finished the game as Granemore’s second top scorer with 1-3 as Sean O’Connor side won 2-13 to 3-8.

Doyle was one of four Granemore camogs that picked up Gaelic Life All-Star, while Crossmaglen’s Aislinn McMahon also earned an award.

Joint Armagh Camogie captain Ciarrai Devlin held the number one spot on the Team of the Year.

Corinna Doyle was named as the Gaelic Life Dual Player of the Year for her 2023 efforts at Friday’s annual event.
Photo Credit: John Merry

Grainne McWilliams was named at centre half back while Rachael Merry and Doyle were selected in the forward line.

Manager Connor Devlin was also among the winners on the night. The former Armagh hurler was named as the Camogie Manager of the Year.

It’s all go for Doyle at county level as well as she is currently part of Greg McGonigle’s Armagh Ladies squad.

She was the first sub on in their last outing as Armagh defeated Meath with relative ease, 2-12 to 0-8.

Doyle is due to start this weekend at wing half forward as Armagh look to continue their fine form against Kerry.