Adams’ side now face an experienced Drom & Inch team, who had much tougher path to the final. The Tipperary side had to overcome both of last year’s finalists to make it to the final. They dispensed of fellow Tipperary team, and last year’s winners, Cashel and also had a narrow two point victory over last year’s beaten finalists, Athenry, in the semi final.
Adams knows that her side will have to be on top of their game to walk away as champions on Sunday: “”Drom (& Inch) are an amazing team that have players with mounds of experience. They have players who have been playing at the highest level with Tipperary for a long time so we know just how tough this is going to be. It’s an old clichÚ but it really is 50-50 on the day””
The free scoring forward collected her, and her county’s, first ever All-Star on Saturday night and believes this will have a positive impact on her club going into Sunday’s final: “”Getting an All-Star is absolutely brilliant. I honestly couldn’t believe that I had won. It will be a huge benefit to camogie in the county and I just hope is can also lift the girl’s game for the final.””
The All Ireland senior camogie club Championship final takes place this Sunday in the Donaghamore, Ashbourne grounds, Ashbourne, Co. Meath with throw – in at 2pm.