GAA women's football is Bride's game and because she's been the top scorer in the team it's problematic that a new player, Jackie, challenges her for that place. Bride takes it in her stride and competes until one day the young brilliant, but unreliable forward doesn't turn up for the semifinal of the Champions Cup match.
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Cormac Flynn, an up and coming sculptor, wants Bride to have an affair with him but she scorns his advances. He is at the match and follows her to a nearby copse of trees where she has gone to retrieve a ball. In the midst of the undergrowth he finds her unconscious beside an unmarked grave.
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