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Downey and Dalton praise Dublin

Ann Downey hails her Kilkenny troops after their All-Ireland Camogie semi-final defeat of the Dubs #RTEgaa pic.twitter.com/mlkosQDT0y — RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) August 19, 2017 By Daragh Ó Conchúir Kilkenny 2-11 Dublin 0-9 KILKENNY had just a little too much know-how for Dublin but it wasn’t until substitute Jenny Clifford goaled in the third minute of injury time that the champions ... Read More »

Relieved Murray plays down Cork’s chances

By Daragh Ó Conchúir Cork 2-9 Galway 1-9 CORK manager Paudie Murray has been saying all summer that Kilkenny are significantly superior to anyone else in Camogie at present and within minutes of seeing his side book their place in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Final with a narrow victory over Galway, he was delivering the message once more. “I’m ... Read More »

Two-goal Collins propels Cork to another Final

By Daragh Ó Conchúir Cork 2-10 Derry0-6 CORK will be doubly represented at Croke Park on Finals’ Day for the second year in a row following a powerful second-half display in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Semi-Final at Donaghmore Ashbourne. The Rebels fell in both Senior and Intermediate deciders last year but on this evidence, will take a lot ... Read More »

Royals one step away from Croke Park coronation

By Daragh Ó Conchúir Meath 1-12 Kildare 1-10 DONAGHMORE ASHBOURNE was the site of a constant deluge but it mattered not to the Meath supporters, who are readying themselves for a trip to Croke Park for their first appearance in a Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Final on September 10. The Royals last appeared on the famous turf in 2012 ... Read More »

Cork withstand Galway rally to set up Kilkenny rematch

By Daragh Ó Conchúir Cork 2-9 Galway 1-9 CORK withstood a frantic last-quarter rally from Galway to return to the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Final for the fourth consecutive season. Last year’s runners-up looked to be cruising when points from Katrina Mackey and Hannah Looney within two minutes of the resumption pushed them eight clear. Astonishingly however, they went ... Read More »

Experienced Kilkenny grind down Dublin

By Daragh Ó Conchúir Kilkenny 2-11 Dublin 0-9 IT was closer than many predicted but Kilkenny’s Double Double bid remains on track as they held off a determined Dublin at the Gaelic Grounds to reach the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Final. Ann Downey’s side have already retained their National League title this year and are now just an hour ... Read More »

ROC Protection -A new innovation in camogie and hurling

ROC Protection was set up by 3 teenage entrepreneurs Carl Cullen, Cormac Spain and Ross Byrne through the Student Enterprise Programme. Winning the student enterprise awards in 2017 and appearing on The Late Late Show twice there is no stopping these lads. Three best friends since junior infants in Johnstown BSN they boys are now heading into 6th year in Clonkeen ... Read More »

Maher and Dublin benefiting from perfect chemistry

By Daragh Ó Conchúir THE story of the improving fortunes of Dublin Camogie is multi-layered but is rooted in vision and the installation of improved structures. The Seniors’ appearance in a first Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final since 1990 at the Gaelic Grounds today (5.15pm) is just the latest signal of the graph’s upward spiral, with the second string ... Read More »

Previews: Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Championships

Saturday August 19th Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Finals Double-Header Dublin v Kilkenny Dublin are making their first Semi-Final appearance since 1990 after an impressive Quarter-Final win over Wexford a fortnight ago. The Dubs are aiming to make a first Final since 1986 and to lift the O’Duffy Cup for the first time since 1984. Reigning All-Ireland champions Kilkenny were ... Read More »

Herity relishing acid test

By Daragh Ó Conchúir DUBLIN manager David Herity has fostered a desire to embrace any challenge facing his squad and taking on the cream of Camogie’s crop represents the greatest challenge of all. As a five-time All-Ireland winner with Kilkenny hurlers, Herity is more accustomed to setting standards rather than chasing them but getting his squad accustomed to operating where ... Read More »

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