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.
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.
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.
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