Well done to our Under 12 girls who had their first championship outing on Wednesday evening against Belmont. It was a very close match, the girls unfortunately lost by 1 point but there was fantastic skill on show. We look forward to following this exciting team throughout the Summer.
It might not be the double but like the Tiger Slam, maybe it's a Kilkenny Double, with Brian Dowling's Cats in possession of camogie's two primary trophies after repeating their December All-Ireland defeat of Galway in a thrilling Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 final.
Kilkenny overcame another poor first-half performance, rocking Galway with a goal and five points straight after half-time to add the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 title to the All-Ireland they banked against the same opposition.
A second-half blitz by Cavan ensured that they kept the momentum of a memorable 2020 going, running out emphatic winners over Roscommon at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, to add their name to the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 4 roll of honour.
Two stunning goals in a five-minute spell just before half-time by Niamh Mallon and Sorcha McCartan, and another in the 57th minute by Anna Rogan after Antrim had clawed back a seven-point deficit to be level, earned Down victory in a pulsating Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 2 final at Owenbeg.
A point from Emma Flanagan as the clocked ticked into the 60th minute, secured a huge victory for Dublin at St Brendan's Park, Birr, that cemented their Division 1 status in the Littlewoods National Camogie Leagues by the narrowest margin, and sent Waterford down through the trapdoor in the process.
Michelle Teehan chuckles when asked what Brian Dowling, Tommy Shefflin, Philly Larkin or anyone else connected with management might have said to the Kilkenny players at half-time of last Sunday's Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 semi-final.
On Sunday afternoon in St Brendan's Park, Offaly under 16s started their Championship campaign against Kildare in the first round of the Tesco All Ireland Championship. The Offaly girls played with a slight breeze behind them in the first half and they took full advantage of this.
Cathal Murray hailed the Aoife Donohue effect in the full-forward line and signposted an intent on using more of his squad through the summer, as Galway eked out a 1-19 to 1-17 victory over Cork to set up a floodlit Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 final with Kilkenny.
Brian Dowling admitted that his side were lucky to book their place in next Sunday's Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 final at Croke Park but hailed the character of his side and the leadership of Denise Gaule for chiselling out a 3-12 to 0-19 win over Tipperary in a thrilling encounter at UPMC Nowlan Park.
Brian Dowling has admitted that his charges have a lot to work on but was focusing on the positives while also praising the Limerick fervour that caused his Kilkenny side so many problems before they dug out a 2-10 to 0-13 victory in Saturday's Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 quarter-final at St Brendan's Park in Birr.
Bill Mullaney cut a satisfied figure as his consistently improving Tipperary team produced one of their most rounded performances for some time to defeat Offaly by 4-17 to 0-13 and set up a Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 semi-final with Kilkenny at Nowlan Park next week, with Galway and Cork completing a mouth-watering double-header.
'That was absolutely ridiculous!' - see Meath captain Kristina Troy make a block with her bare hands after losing her hurl in the Littlewoods League clash with Dublin. Commentary by Jerome Quinn and Sile Nic Coitir from Live Stream coverage for Dublin Camogie.
Cork confirmed their place in the final Littlewoods Camogie League Division 1 sextet in the following their 3-15 to 1-13 triumph over 14-woman Waterford at Walsh Park. The table toppers will be joined from Group 2 by Tipperary, who had done enough by defeating the Déise in the previous round.
A brace of goals from skipper Amy O'Connor allied to a power-packed performance by Chloe Sigerson enabled Cork to keep Tipperary at bay in their opening Division 1 Group 2 tie at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, as the Littlewoods Camogie League got under way.
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