All-Ireland winners launch clothing line for women players

Oonagh Whyte and Orlaith Duff set up Field Queens to help girls ‘feel like they are represented’ in Gaelic games

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
25th April, 2021
All-Ireland winners launch clothing line for women players
Orlaith Duff and Oonagh Whyte wearing Field Queen football gloves, the first product from the sports clothing firm that the football-playing duo founded Pic: Barry Cronin

Two All-Ireland winners are launching the first ever clothing line aimed exclusively at Ladies Gaelic football players.

Oonagh Whyte, who is part of Dublin’s dominant team at senior level, and Orlaith Duff, who won last year’s intermediate All-Ireland with Meath, have founded Field Queens with their first product set to be gloves aimed at women players. They are planning on also launching gym socks, shorts and leggings.

“Last year we both...

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