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07th March 2020

Cashel Community College and Coláiste Dún Iascaigh captured All-Ireland Post Primary Schools’ Junior A Camogie titles on Saturday.

Compiled by Daragh Ó Conchúir

The Junior B All-Ireland Post Primary Schools’ Camogie title was garnered by Cashel Community College, who accounted for Coláiste Bhríde Carnew 2-13 to 3-6 in a cracker at Heywood. The Tipp crew utilised a strong wind well to lead by 2-10 to 1-3 at the break.

Lisa O’Connor struck their first goal after eight minutes and though Sarah Doyle responded at the other end at the beginning of the second quarter to reduce the margin to five, a goal right on the stroke of half-time by Grace Moloney was to prove pivotal.

An early Alessia Mazzola point extended the gap to nine points but Carnew threw everything into the remainder of the game, and two goals from Doyle by the 38th minute gave them real hope. She pointed immediately afterwards to leave just three between them but Cashel dug deep to see it out.

The Junior D All-Ireland Post Primary Schools’ Camogie Final was a very one-sided affair as Cahir’s Coláiste Dún Iascaigh blew Loreto Navan away by 10-14 to 1-3 at Heywood.

The Meath girls had shown tremendous character in overcoming a 12-point deficit in their Semi-Final win over Sacred Heart Newry but there was no way back for them against the might of their Tipperary opposition.

Kacey Meehan and Aisling Ryan were heavy scorers for the winners, and they had considerable support from the likes of Emily Coffey and Aoife O’Neill. Mia McNally registered Loreto’s goal.

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