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Cork And Kilkenny Name Sides For All Ireland Final Showdown

Kilkenny have made one change to the side that beat Galway in the semi-final for their All Ireland deciding clash with Cork this afternoon.  It is the fourth final in five years that these two teams will contest with Cork emerging as victors on three occasions, with Kilkenny grabbing the top spot in 2016. Miriam Walsh is named at corner forward …

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Kilkenny See Off A Spirited Galway To Advance To All-Ireland Final

FT: Kilkenny 1-10 Galway 1-07 Galway met Kilkenny today in the first of the two All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship semi-finals this evening with Semple Stadium playing host to the matchup. The sides exchanged points in the early goings and when the first-half reached its own halfway mark, Kilkenny led by 0-02 to 0-01 but not a single point was scored …

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Camogie Round Up: Galway And Tipperary Progress To Final Four

Saturday was a pivotal day in the camogie calendar as four teams battled it out to join Kilkenny and Cork in the semi-finals. We break down the action from Pairc Ui Chaoimh.  Waterford 1-7 Tipperary 1-14 Tipperary booked their place in their first All-Ireland semi-final in 10 years with a seven point win over Waterford but this game was much …

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Senior Camogie Championship: Break Down Of The Remaining Teams

Pairc Ui Chaoimh hosts a double-header of Camogie quarter–final action this Saturday as Tipperary and Waterford go head-to-head for a place in the All Ireland semi-final. Following that is the meeting of Dublin and Galway. We take a look at the six teams left in the competition.  Team: Kilkenny Form Guide: The Cats have been in flying form this summer, remaining …

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Funding Scheme For Camogie & Ladies Football Announced For 2018

Details of the second year of the Government Funding Scheme for Camogie and Ladies Gaelic Football intercounty teams have been announced with an increase in funding to all successful applicants. This has coincided with an initial evaluation report on the scheme which has reported significant positive impacts for players, managers and county board officials. Over €500,000 in funding will be …

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‘Unacceptable And Unfair’ – Sacked Galway Camogie Boss Furious With Treatment From County Board

Former Galway camogie manager Mark Dunne was relieved of his position this week – and he has responded with a hard-hitting statement slamming the board. Despite reaching an All-Ireland semi-final, where they were narrowly beaten by Cork, Dunne has been told his services are no longer required. The reason given was that a member of his backroom team, Niall Corcoran, …

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RTÉ’s Viewing Figures For Camogie Finals Show Huge Increase In Interest


Cork are All-Ireland Senior Camogie champions following a nail-biting victory over Kilkenny in Croke Park yesterday. The Rebellettes exacted revenge for their loss at the same stage last year, and the celebrations will be lasting all winter on Lee-side. Rena Buckley became the first player to captain the same county to a success in both codes, as she scooped a remarkable …

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Wexford Camogie Player Sends Beautiful Message To GAA Community

On Sunday, Wexford hurling fans dared to believe as they witnessed their senior hurling team overcome the mighty Cats for the first time since their 2004 Leinster final win.  On a day when Davy Fitzgerald’s charges sought a remarkable victory, the Wexford camogie team lost out to Dublin by five points in Wexford Park in their National League game. Amidst …

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Dublin Appoint Five Time All-Ireland Winning Hurler As New Camogie Manager

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** Irish Daily Star National League Division 1 Group 1, The Ragg, Thurles, Co. Tipperary 27/3/2016 Tipperary vs Dublin Emma Flanagan of Dublin Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne Camogie

Dublin have announced five time All-Ireland winning goalkeeper David Herity as their new senior camogie manager. The former Kilkenny net-minder enjoyed a senior intercounty career between 2008 and 2014. He was the starting goalkeeper for two of those triumphs, in 2011 and 2012. The girls in blue finished in fifth position in their championship group this year, losing to eventual champions Kilkenny …

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