Sarah Rowe (born 25 July 1995) is an Irish Gaelic Football and AFL player from Ballina, Co. Mayo. She is the daughter of Alan and Gráinne Rowe and has two older sisters, Lorna and Fiona. Her mother, Gráinne, helped Sarah lead the Chapter 4 ‘No proving. Just moving.’ campaign.
Sarah has transitioned between a variety of sports including Soccer, GAA & AFL. She started playing Soccer at the age of 8 and then added GAA at age 11. She played both sports up until the age of 19. She played for Castlebar Celtic, Raheny United & Shelbourne Ladies, where she helped her team team win a Women’s National League and FAI Women’s Cup double. She is a former member of the Republic Of Ireland’s U19s squad, who won their group at the 2014 EUFA Women’s U19s Championship & qualified for the semi-finals. Overall, Sarah has earned 5 International Caps!
Sarah was a member of Mayo’s LGFA panel, where she was part of the 2018 All-Ireland Senior Championship Group 4 Round 1 Game, Mayo V Cavan. Sarah’s dual code successes in Ireland are currently on hold as she now lines out as #7 AFLW player for Collingwood in Australia.