QUILTY’S CHLOE MOLONEY has signed a new deal with Peamount Utd.

Moloney is among a number of players to re-sign with the club for the 2023 Women’s National League season alongside former and current Ireland internationals Karen Duggan and Erin McLaughlin, U19 WNL Player of the Year Tara O’Hanlon plus Niamh Reid-Burke, and Jetta Berrill.

Centre-back Chloe scored three goals from set pieces for the Dublin club last season. She won back to back league titles in 2019 and 2020. She spent time with Galway in 2021 before returning to the capital.

Her soccer career started with Connolly Celtic under the eye of Seán Cregan and Irene Hehir.

A former Irish international at U16, U17 and U19, the twenty four year old also lines out for her county in the TG4 All-Ireland intermediate ladies football championship. Indeed, she finished as Clare’s top scorer in her debut season with the flagship side in 2021 with a tally of 3-12 in four matches when the side then managed by Kilmurry Ibrickane’s Evan Talty reached the penultimate stage of the championship.

Chloe’s father Aiden won a Munster SFC with Clare in 1992 while he also captained and managed Kilmurry Ibrickane to Clare SFC glory while her mother Martina is also among her most loyal supporters.

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