|Irish name||Padraigín Ní Mhaoldomhnaigh|
|All Stars||2004 Team of Century|
Club and Collegiate Career
She was educated at Presentation Convent, Youghal. As a young player she was commended for continuing to play with her native village despite their status as a junior club, eventually helping Killeagh club win six Cork Championships and one All Ireland Club Championship. While a student in UCC she won four successive Ashbourne Cup inter-collegiate medals and played with the Combined Universities.
She was still a teenager when she won her first All Ireland medal in the first leg of what became a four in a row for Cork, 1970–1973 and went on to collect three more senior All Ireland medals. She led Cork to All Ireland victory in 1982 and won her seventh All Ireland medal despite being forced to retire with a leg injury.
Her team of the century citation read: “an intelligent, confident and versatile player who played right hand below left she had skill, speed and style. She was difficult to mark, as she was usually a move ahead of the opposition. Her incisive runs stretched the defence. She played at midfield before moving to the attack where she proved to be a natural and outstanding forward.”
- Moran, Mary (2011). A Game of Our Own: The History of Camogie. Dublin, Ireland: Cumann Camógaíochta. p. 460.
- Camogie.ie Team of the Century profiles by Mary Moran