Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate & Premier Junior Championships Titles on the Line on Saturday
4 sides will battle it out this Saturday for coveted All-Ireland trophies in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate and Premier Junior Championships Finals.
She was a long time gone but the game never left her. Home couldn’t be extracted from the DNA.
Everyone involved in the Camogie Association is shocked and saddened to hear the news of the sudden passing of Ard…
All-Ulster Affairs in Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate & Premier Junior Camogie Championships Finals this Saturday
The first two trophies in the 2020 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Championships will be presented this Saturday when the Intermediate and Premier Junior Championships Finals take place as part of an all-Ulster double-header in Kingspan Breffni, Co. Cavan.
Armagh is viewed predominantly as a football county and Rachael Merry won her first Championship medal with Granemore while kicking the big ball. She was a regular for the county at underage level, playing up to Minor.
After two impressive Semi-Final performances we will be treated to an all-Ulster affair after Armagh and Cavan both progressed to…
These two Ulster sides have been by far the most consistent teams in the Intermediate Championship to date, so it…
#CamogieTalk Preview: Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate & Premier Junior Championships Finals
In this episode of #CamogieTalk our host Killian Whelan discusses this Saturday’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate & Premier Junior Championships Finals with Offaly Senior team’s Ann-Marie Guinan and former Kilkenny star Elaine Aylward.
Maeve Connolly has had a taste of winning an All-Ireland at adult level with Antrim, as a panellist when the Jane Adams-inspired squad, in which the young Loughgiel Shamrocks defender was a member of, defeated Waterford in a replay to claim the Premier Junior title.
The Match Officials have now been confirmed for the 2020 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Championships Finals which will take place over the next two weekends.
Galway deservedly retained their grip on the O’Duffy Cup but though vanquished, Tipperary’s improvement continues.
Winners write history and Kilkenny manager Brian Dowling was able to laud his players for staying with their game plan, even when it looked fit for the shredder in the opening quarter, while his Cork counterpart Paudie Murray had to reject criticism of his blueprint, arguing with strong evidence that it proved devastating in that initial period and that a failure to abide by the process might, in fact, have been what cost the Rebels.
Galway and Kilkenny will contest the 2020 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship Final on Saturday December 12th under the lights of Croke Park with a 7pm throw-in.
A 15th minute goal by Carrie Dolan gave Galway the breathing space they seemed satisfied with as they held Tipperary at bay to set up a repeat of last year’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship Final against Kilkenny.
Goals from Anne Dalton and Miriam Walsh, and a doughty defensive effort in the final quarter especially enabled Kilkenny recover from an early six-point deficit to record a fantastic victory over old rivals Cork and seal a place in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship Final.