Roscommon claimed the Gala All-Ireland Junior Nancy Murray Cup title with a three point win over Armagh today in the replay at Drumlane in
After suffering heartbreak in the 2008 final the Rossies finally captured the All-Ireland title and it is sure to provide a massive shot in the arm to camogie within the county.
There was little between the sides at Drumlane but a first-half goal from Claire Curley proved decisive as
The Orchard County, who were looking to get back to the New Ireland Cup grade, battled well with Laura Gribben and Emma Farrell unrelenting. Bernie Murray worked tirelessly at midfield, getting on the score-sheet with a well taken point.
Sharp-shooter Colette McSorley got six of the
Once again Kelly Hopkins was in inspirational form, playing a key role in Roscommon’s historic victory.
Meanwhile, Cavan emerged victorious in the Mßire NÝ ChinnÚide Cup following their one point win over Wicklow in the Monaghan Harps grounds on Saturday, 0-5 to 0-4.
Roscommon 1-7, C Curley 1-0, K Hopkins 0-2 (0-1’45), A Mc Geeney 0-2, C Regan, C Kenny,
Armagh 0-7, C McSorley 0-6, B
Cavan 0-5, L Day 0-2, L Mc Gurran, M Mc Bride 0-1 each, M Brady 0-1f
Wicklow 0-4, N O’Neill, S Byrne 0-1 each, P Maher 0-1’45,