“Beating Dublin is always a great day” – Susanne White


Susanne White.



Teams played for:

County: Donegal. Club: Killybegs, Donegal and Bredagh, Down. University: Queen’s University, Belfast.

Who are your main rivals?

Armagh or Dublin.

Which opposition ground do you like playing on and why?

The pitches at the GAA Development Centre in Abbotstown, Dublin are the best I’ve probably played on.

Which opposition ground do you dislike going to and why?

Tuam, Galway – every time I played there the grass was long and pitch was heavy.

What team have you enjoyed the most success against?

Beating Dublin is always a great day.

Which team have you enjoyed least success against?

Losing to Meath twice in the one year in 2022 was a kick in the teeth.

Which opposition player have you enjoyed marking?

Kayleigh Cronin, Kerry – she matched me on nearly all aspects of my game so I enjoyed the challenge and it was a great battle.

Which opposition player have you disliked marking?

Mary Kate Lynch, Meath – very difficult player to get past.

Which player would you transfer in from a team you have come up against?

Aimee Mackin, Armagh.

Which team, apart from your own, do you like to see do well and why?

Fermanagh – they’ve some very talented players or Tipperary – they’ve had a difficult time with players injured.

What’s the most frustrating defeat you have experienced?

Losing the Ulster final to Armagh in 2022.

What’s the most satisfying victory you have experienced?

Beating Cavan in the Ulster Championship in 2022. I was very satisfied with my performance and there was a great crowd at it.

What is the best score you’ve seen from an opponent?

Louise NÍ Mhuireactaigh’s goal in the 2022 All Ireland final. She chipped the Meath ’keeper after turning the ball over, it was class.

Which team, apart from your own, do you expect big things of in the coming years?


Best opponent for post-match hospitality?


Which club, apart from your own, has the most impressive facilities?

St Eunan’s in Letterkenny.

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