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Who will win the Senior All Ireland camogie this year?

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WEXFORD

CLFC (Wexford) - 25/02/2009 14:57:56    217949

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My thoughts exactly haha

Duffy89 (Wexford) - 27/02/2009 19:27:35    220660

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BEST CAMOGIE PLAYER IN WEXFORD?

murf (Wexford) - 04/03/2009 14:04:13    223831

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cork will win it again handy enough id say there like men down there and for the best wexford camogie player it would have to be kate kelly all the way what an unreal player score from any where on the pitch

getinder (Tipperary) - 08/03/2009 20:04:48    227269

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Cork

men_of_49 (Meath) - 10/03/2009 12:50:22    228950

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Think Galway won't be to far away this year. It's between Galway Cork and maybe Kilkenny. As for the rest not a hope!!

Annacorr (Galway) - 23/03/2009 23:49:57    237754

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Annacor...

I was at the Wexford v Cork game yesterday and i think you were very premature to leave Wexford out of your short-list for the honours this year. They scored 10 points to Cork's 1-4... They have an All-Star in Catherine O'Loughlan still to return to the squad, and also many people's 'girl of the game' from the All-Ireland 2007 Noleen Lambert, both of whom are travelling at the moment. It could make for a very interesting Summer indeed. Forget Wexford at your peril!

cailin (Wexford) - 06/04/2009 23:50:56    250322

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i think its wide open this year,
can't afford slip-ups anymore and they're bound to happen,
if limerick get a bit more hurling in them they'll be flyingclare have made a huge step and i think they're there or there abouts. Dublin have the talent just not the luck! if wexford or galway slip up it makes for an interesting summer!

___ (Waterford) - 08/04/2009 15:27:51    252093

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i think its wide open this year,
can't afford slip-ups anymore and they're bound to happen,
if limerick get a bit more hurling in them they'll be flyingclare have made a huge step and i think they're there or there abouts. Dublin have the talent just not the luck! if wexford or galway slip up it makes for an interesting summer!

___ (Waterford) - 08/04/2009 15:28:37    252096

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Camogie In Britain Conference: Our future in Our Hands 27th June 12 pm - 4pm Camden Irish Centre - Booking details here!

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People from Midlands, Lancashire, Bedfordshire. Gloucestershire, Scotland and Wales are encouraged to attend. Entrance to conference is free, and there will refreshments provided, so all interested people are encouraged to pre-register in advance by emailing their details to "[email protected]" or call Claire Hedderman on 07852 333 010

Saturday 27th June 12 pm - 4 pm Our Future in our hands - Camogie in Britain

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HeddCelticCamog (UK) - 23/05/2009 21:20:23    291875

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