News Category: Camogie
2022 Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship – Galway 4-11 Limerick 1-6
Galway got the defence of their Glen Dimplex All-Ireland senior camogie title off to a relatively stress-free start as they cantered to a 4-11 to 1-6 victory over Limerick at Pearse Stadium.
Moral victories of no more value to Tipp, says Ryan
Tipperary stalwart Mary Ryan is glad to put the days of moral victories behind her, even if it means that losing narrowly to the very best on bigger stages hurts desperately.
2022 Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie League Division One Final – Galway 2-14 Cork 1-13
Cork’s hoodoo when it comes to big games against Galway continued at Croke Park when the Tribeswomen came from six points down early in the second half to record a four-point win.
Interview with Cork Camogie player Clíona Healy
Clíona Healy is among a cohort that has infused Cork with fresh momentum, having been a star of the underage ranks.
Munster GAA Ticket Information
Tickets for Rounds 1 to 4 of the Munster Senior Hurling Championship and the Munster Senior Football Championship Quarter-Finals are now on sale.
Munster GAA curtain-raisers confirmed with Camogie / LGFA
Following a meeting of the Munster GAA CCC, a total of 6 curtain-raisers (4 with Munster Camogie, 2 with Munster LGFA) were confirmed to be played in advance of games in the upcoming Munster Senior Hurling and Senior Football Championship.
Tesco All-Ireland Minor A Camogie Final – Cork 2-11 Galway 2-7
Cork held off a valiant second-half rally by Galway to finish strongly and claim the Tesco All-Ireland minor A camogie title for the third time and first since 2019.
Hennelly holds nerve as Galway deny heroic Tipp
A pointed free by Rebecca Hennelly in the eighth minute of injury time gave Galway a 1-11 to 0-13 triumph over heroic and heartbroken Tipperary in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League in Ballinasloe.
Cait Devane – “We put ourselves in the position – you take confidence from that”
It is as much an indicator of Tipperary’s progress as any that camogie observers are now beginning to talk about a Big Four when considering the likely destination for silverware, after a sustained period of dominance by Galway, Cork and Kilkenny.
2022 Tesco All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Corn Sceilge Senior A Camogie Final – Presentation Athenry (Galway) 2-16 Cashel CS (Tipperary) 0-8
Presentation Athenry bridged a 44 years’ gap to 1978 when they produced a dominant performance to collect Corn Sceilge for the fourth time in sunny Banagher.
2022 Tesco All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Junior A Camogie Final – Loreto Kilkenny 6-10 Ursuline’s Thurles 7-7
A goal from Caoimhe Stakelum in the third minute of injury time in a frantic finish to this Tesco All-Ireland Junior A camogie final in Johnstown denied Loreto Kilkenny an 11th title since 2007.
2021 AIB All-Ireland Junior A Club Camogie Final – Eoghan Rua (Derry) 1-11 Clanmaurice (Kerry) 1-10
A goal from Ireland hockey captain Katie Mullan and a second-half masterclass by Gráinne Holmes were among the key features as Eoghan Rua edged out Clanmaurice in a thrilling AIB All-Ireland junior A club camogie final.