A weekly look at all the SSE Airtricity League Women's National League action with Breifne Earley & Aaron Clarke.
Each week Breifne & Aaron will be joined by players, coaches and personalities from around the country to discuss games, goals and lots more.
Stephanie is a Republic of Ireland International who was nominated for the FIFA Puskas Award in 2014 and was won every major honour in the Irish game as well as having a professional career in America, England, Italy and France before returning to win a double with Peamount United last season.
Breifne was the Head Coach of St. Francis during 2010 including their UEFA Women's Champions League campaign where they secured the first wins of any Irish club in the Champions League era.
End of Year Round Up
Aaron Clarke and Diarmuid Kearney join Breifne Earley to discuss the weekend's FAI Women's Cup Final action at the end of a fantastic year for Women's Football in the WNL and for Ireland with qualification secured for the World Cup next year.
The lad's will be discussing their highlights and lowlights of the year, some of the rising stars, the biggest influences on the league this year and a general look back over the season in general.
Jessica Hennessy (Athlone Town)
Ahead of this weekend’s FAI Women’s Cup Final, Athlone Town’s Jessica Hennessy will be popping to chat about their first appearance in the blue riband event of the Women’s Football calendar.
We’ll also hear from League Champions Shelbourne with the post match reaction from manager Noel King, captain Pearl Slattery as well as Wexford Youth’s Kylie Murphy after their title decider last weekend.
Breifne and Aaron will also preview the Cup final as well as look back at the entire WNL season so far. Can Athlone spoil the double party for Shels on Sunday?
Wexford Youths attacked Becky Watkins joins the show this week to chat about their massive title decider at Ferrycarrig Park on Saturday evening as Shelbourne visit the south east.
Breifne and Aaron will also discuss the last week's action and the permutations of what can happen on the final round of the weekend as three sides dream of league glory.
World Cup Qualification & Collie O'Neill (Shamrock Rovers)
This week it's all about new beginnings as Ireland reach the promised land of a Women's World Cup next summer after Amber Barrett's late strike saw the Girls in Green beat Scotland 1-0 to send the Irish girls to the finals in Australia and New Zealand.
Aaron Clarke and Diarmuid Kearney join Breifne Earley to share their experiences of being at the game last night in Hampden Park as well as their hopes for the game's growth in the build up to the finals.
New Shamrock Rovers WNL manager Collie O'Neill is also on the show discussing the return of women's football to Tallaght Stadium after a lengthy break. He'll be chatting about what a much different looking Rover's might mean for the league.
With the announcement of Galway United's entry into the WNL next season at all levels we're joined by Irish International Julie-Ann Russell to discuss the development, the upcoming Ireland World Cup Playoff and Galway WFC's season so far.
Breifne Earley and Aaron Clarke will also be reviewing the exciting action from last weekend, how the league has been blown wide open for four teams to chase and previewing the impending playoff..
Mia Dodd & Don O'Riordan
After the excitement of the FAI Women's Cup Semi Finals last weekend we're back to league action on Saturday & Sunday and Treaty United manager Don O'Riordan & DLR midfielder Mia Dodd will be dropping in to discuss their side's challenging seasons so far.
The former Sligo Rovers and Galway United boss who spent time on the coaching staff of both China and South Africa Women's sides will be chatting about the lessons learned this year, some of the new exciting talent in his squad and the club's and his own plans for the future.
Mia Dodd will be discussing her own emergence as a goal scoring midfielder this season after her move across the city from Shelbourne last winter and her own ambitions for the rest of this season and beyond.
Breifne and Aaron will also be casting an eye back over those two games at the weekend, with post match reaction from Shels captain Pearl Slattery and what Athlone's success might mean for the midland's side.