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.
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.
Tipperary issued a very strong signal of their intent to take their incremental progress to the next level, as they put Down to the sword by 3-16 to 0-3 in their opening Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 tie.
Six points without reply having fallen behind for the first time just after the interval finally ended the Clanmaurice reign and secured the 2020 AIB All-Ireland junior club camogie title for Raharney at grounds of Templetouhy.
Kate Kenny repeated her semi-final heroics with a nine-point contribution as St Rynaghs exacted revenge on Gailltír to become 2020 AIB All-Ireland intermediate club camogie champions at Semple Stadium.
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