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Lauren Magee became the third Dublin GAA player to join Melbourne, a year after Niamh McEvoy and Sinead Goldrick made the move. Magee, who achieved a GAA All-Star Award in 2018 – the equivalent of AFL’s All Australian Award – is set to bring plenty of pace to the Demons line-up. She has a rich sporting heritage, with her dad and uncle having also played at the professional Gaelic level. Magee joins the Demons with three All-Ireland Senior Ladies’ Football Championships under her belt, with the hope of adding a fourth in 2020 before she travels down under.
Lauren Magee
Lauren Magee became the third Dublin GAA player to join Melbourne, a year after Niamh McEvoy and Sinead Goldrick made the move. Magee, who achieved a GAA All-Star Award in 2018 – the equivalent of AFL’s All Australian Award – is set to bring plenty of pace to the Demons line-up. She has a rich sporting heritage, with her dad and uncle having also played at the professional Gaelic level. Magee joins the Demons with three All-Ireland Senior Ladies’ Football Championships under her belt, with the hope of adding a fourth in 2020 before she travels down under.
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