Mary Veronica Waldron (born 5 May 1984) is an Irish association football player and cricketer who has represented both the Republic of Ireland womens national football team and the Ireland womens cricket team. She has also stood as an umpire in cricket matches.
Waldron was nominated for the FAI Under–18 Women Player of the Year in 2001 and 2002, while playing for St Jamess Gate. She was awarded a sport scholarship to University College Dublin in 2003. In the 2004 FAI Womens Cup final at Lansdowne Road, Waldron played in UCDs 4–1 win over Dundalk City.
In July 2004 Waldron made her UEFA Womens Cup debut for UCD; in a 5–0 defeat to Montpellier HSC.
Waldron hit an injury–time winner from the penalty spot, as St Francis beat Peamount United 2–1 in the final of the 2008 FAI Womens Cup at Richmond Park. She also played in 2009 as St Francis beat St Catherines 1–0 to retain the Cup. In the 2011 final Waldron headed the opening goal in St Catherines 3–1 win over Wilton United at Turners Cross.
Waldron captained Ireland at Under–19 level. Coach Noel King gave her an appearance in Irelands senior team in a 2–1 friendly win over Faroe Islands in Klaksvík on 12 October 2004. In August 2011 she reappeared for the senior team, as an 86th-minute substitute for Shannon Smyth in a 1–0 home friendly defeat to Switzerland.
Waldron also represented Irish Universities at the World University Games, playing in the 2009 tournament in Belgrade.