Leinster were crowned Gael Linn interprovincial camogie champions in Rathleague, Co Laois after emerging from a thrilling final against Munster.
It took extra time to separate the sides and Niall Williams’ outfit came out on top courtesy of a 4-16 to 2-17 scoreline.
Wexford goalkeeper, Mags D’Arcy captained the victors, while Laois centre-back, Sarah Ann Fitzgerald was named player of the tournament, having been a late call-up to the panel.
Indeed, in getting the 11th-hour nod, Fitzgerald became the first player from a junior county to be selected by Leinster.
Munster thought they had snatched it in normal time, with a point from their captain Cáit Devane, but not for the first time, Ursula Jacob came to her side’s rescue to make it 3-11 to 2-14.
An early Devane goal had given Munster the perfect start but goals from Siobhan Flannery and Susie O’Carroll gave Leinster a six-point half-time lead.
That gap was soon stretched to 10 but an Amy Kennedy goal gave Leinster hope and kickstarted a magnificent comeback.
In the earlier semi-finals, Leinster defeated Ulster 6-19 to 1-14, while Munster accounted for Connacht 2-15 to 1-7.