Tipperary's sustained consistency of appearances in the knockout stages of the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland senior camogie championship, and in particular, their record of appearing in the last four semi-finals, is under considerable threat as a result of the a 1-16 to 0-13 defeat by resurgent Waterford at Semple Stadium.
Cork survived a fervent Dublin challenge to retain their perfect record, scoring the last goal and eight points to record a 2-10 to 0-9 win over Dublin in the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland senior camogie championship Group 1 tie at the St Peregrine's club grounds.
Not for the first time in her storied career, Cáit Devane came up trumps for Tipperary, striking her seventh point from frees in the sixth minute of injury time to rescue a 0-10 to 0-10 draw against Dublin in the second round of the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship at Parnell Park.
There's a reason why Niamh Keenaghan is one of the last remaining dual players in Cavan. It takes dedication beyond belief but she still cannot bring herself to dropping either Ladies football or camogie.
The infectious smile of Cavan's beaming match winner Shanise Fitzsimons was lighting up Coralstown/Kinnegad GAA pitch after her side's surprise 2-5 to 0-9 win over champions Wexford in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 3 final yesterday afternoon.
The value of turning periods of ascendency into scores on the board was the big lesson to Wexford and Armagh in Saturday evening's Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division Two final at Croke Park, where Antrim were arguably the more impressive side for three quarters of the game, but Wexford's blistering start ensured that it will be the Model County who will play their camogie against the top counties in the Spring of 2023.
Not for the first time in this year's Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie League Division One campaign, Galway proved that they have the resilience and character to salvage a result from a difficult situation on Saturday night, when they came from six points down to beat Cork by four points in the Division One final at Croke Park.
A sensational goal from Shanise Fitzsimons - worthy of winning any final - was the decisive score as Cavan edged out defending champions Wexford in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 3 decider in Kinnegad.
Mairéad Teehan came up trumps for Offaly, scoring 3-5 as the Faithful saved the best for last to retain their Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 status and in the process, consign Limerick to the second tier by virtue of a 3-10 to 1-13 scoreline at Moneygall on Saturday.
Three goals inside the first 15 minutes of this evening's Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division Two final left Antrim with too much to do against Wexford, who earned their return to the top tier of league action for the first time since their relegation in 2019.
Antrim are getting very accustomed to appearing in camogie finals now and seven months after securing a long-awaited return to the senior ranks by winning the All-Ireland intermediate title, they are a game away from a place in the top tier of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues.
Name a team that began a season with a complete panel of debutants and finished it as All-Ireland champions? The answer is the Mayo squad of 2021 that marked the county's return to adult camogie by winning the Nancy Murray Cup for the All-Ireland junior A championship.
Anais Curran didn't waste any time swapping her club jersey for a county one after Oulart-The Ballagh lost their All-Ireland club camogie title to Sarsfields at the beginning of March and her flair had an impact immediately, most recently in the eight-point defeat of Kilkenny in last Sunday's Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 2 quarter-final.
Following a meeting of the Munster GAA CCC last night (Wednesday March 30th), 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.
Two first-half goals from Molly Hogan were the significant scores as Offaly came out on top of their midlands derby with Laois to win the Tesco All-Ireland minor B camogie title by 2-10 to 1-12 at Round Towers in Kildare town.
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.
Tomorrow is an important day for camogie in Dublin, and another step forward for the sport on a broader level, as the county's senior team plays host to Down in the Littlewoods Ireland League as the first leg of a double-header at Croke Park (1.45pm throw-in).
Cork are headed for the Littlewoods Ireland Division One Camogie league final after Chloe Sigerson's 55-metre free in the fourth minute of stoppage time gave them the draw they needed at the end of a tense and windswept clash with Kilkenny at Páirc Uí Chaoimh yesterday.