Ireland regained the Camogie/Shinty international trophy with a 2-2 to 0-0 victory over Scotland at Inverness today (Saturday). Their first victory since 2005, it put a stop to the host country claiming four consecutive titles.
Colette McSorley from Armagh earned herself the Player of the Match award, while also to the fore were goal getters Maggie McBride of Cavan and Tyrone’s Aisling Corr.
Meanwhile, Cork clubs suffered double disappointment in the Munster club championship as Cashel were crowned senior champions following their 4-20 to 0-12 win over St Catherine’s. In the junior decider St Anne’s Dunhill defeated Clonakilty, 3-6 to 0-9.
Scotland 0-0 Ireland 2-2
Ireland: M McBride, A Corr 1-0 each, C Curley and C McSorley 0-1 each.
MUNSTER SENIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
Cashel (Tipperary) 4-20 St Catherine’s (Cork) 0-12
Cashel: C Grogan 1-9 (0-4 frees), A Lonergan 2-1, E Hayden 1-1, C Hennessy 0-3, C Dwyer 0-3, S Hayes, L Grogan, J Horan 0-1 each.
St Catherine’s: O Cotter 0-7 (frees), Denise Twomey 0-3, Deirdre Twomey 0-2.
MUNSTER JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
St Anne’s Duhill (Waterford) 3-6 Clonakilty (Cork) 0-9
St Anne’s: K Kelly 1-5 (0-4 frees), K Rockett, Z Donoghue 1-0 each, J Simpson 0-1.
Clonakilty: S Whelton 0-7 (0-5 frees), S O’Neill 0-2.