The GAA has published the report of the Fixtures Calendar Review Taskforce with a series of 32 recommendations for the Association which would impact across all levels of club and inter-county competition.
The end of a 128-year drought is how Clanmaurice manager Mike Enright described his team's 3-6 to 0-6 victory over Raharney in yesterday's AIB All-Ireland junior camogie final replay at McDonagh Park in Nenagh.
A stunning second half performance from Clanmaurice, crowned by 1-2 from last week's hero Jessica Fitzell, secured the holy grail of the All Ireland Junior Camogie championship title for the North Kerry side this afternoon in Nenagh.
"It's not about the managers, it's about the players. You can talk about the Johnny Kellys and the Davy Fitzgeralds and all the people you like on the sideline. But, unless you have men of that quality and prepared to do that, you can do very little."
Clanmaurice manager Mike Enright paid tribute to corner-forward Jessica Fitzell after her dramatic late intervention salvaged a draw for his side in an action-packed AIB All-Ireland Junior Club Camogie Championship Final at McDonagh Park in Nenagh yesterday.
There were dramatic scenes in McDonagh Park in Nenagh this afternoon as Clanmaurice and Raharney played out a thrilling draw in an AIB All-Ireland Junior A Club Camogie Final that can only be described as a real game of two halves that means there will be a replay next Sunday.