Sunday’s All Ireland senior camogie club semi-final between Oulart-the-Ballagh and Cashel is one of the most eagerly anticipated games in this season’s championship. The
Driven on by a bleak summer, inter-county wise, Wexford star Una Leacy says her team are raring to go.
“”Certainly, it would be a great boost for Wexford camogie if we could get passed Cashel. But, they are a star-studded side and we know only too well their talents. We have played against the likes of Claire Grogan, Emily Hayden and Una O’Dwyer numerous times.
“”But, we are really looking forward to this game as we haven’t been down this road before, so it is a whole new experience for us. We are lucky to be playing at home, which is a plus. We had a 14 point win over Freshford in the
Along with Una and her sister Mary, Ursula and Helena Jacob are other quality players with the Purple and Gold. Ciara Storey, daughter of former winning captain Martin, lines out in defence. The Slaneysiders can also call on some of the Wexford Division Two winning league side.
Cashel had a trouble-free passage through
Elsewhere, Athenry are looking to atone for last year’s semi-final defeat when they meet
There is also keen competition in the All Ireland junior club semi-finals where Road Roads of Roscommon entertain