Edenderry and Offaly player Kym Furey has been selected at full-forward on the Ladies Gaelic Football Bord Gais Energy Division 4 Team of the League for 2012 last week in Croke Park.
Kym was the only Offaly player selected on the team with Limerick and Longford each having five, Louth had three while Carlow had one. It is recognition for her efforts in the league and is a just reward for a talented young player who has a very bright future ahead.
Kym started playing football with St Broughan’s boys and since then she has won numerous County and Leinster Championship Medals.
In 2006 and 2008 she won U-12 and U-14 finals with St Broughans boys and she started playing with Edenderry Ladies in 2006. Through the years has won U-12, U-14, U-16 and Minor county finals.
In 2010 with Edenderry, Kym won the Junior League and Senior Championship in Offaly and went on to win the Leinster Junior Club Championships.
With St Mary’s Secondary School in Edenderry she achieved Junior A Leinster Colleges and All Ireland success in 2006/2007, Leinster Senior A Champions in 2007/2008.
Kym has also played for Offaly since 2006 and won a Leinster minor medal in 2011 and she has been part of the Offaly senior panel for the past two years reaching the Leinster league semi-final earlier this year.