Camogie

Sarah Healy: ‘Winning An All-Ireland Is Special, But The 20 Minutes Afterwards Are Just Something Else’

Galway camogie keeper Sarah Healy talks the ecstatic feeling that accompanies winning an All Ireland Final.

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Sarah Dervan: ‘We Get Treated The Same Way Any County Hurling Team Would And That’s Huge’

Of the four O’Duffy cups won in the history of Galway Camogie Sarah Dervan has been a part of three…

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Brennan’s Brew Of Fitness A Model Solution

Wexford manager Alan Brennan felt that superior fitness was what got his players over the line against a defiant Armagh…

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Kelly Cuts Through Cats As Antrim Join Camogie’s Elite

There were strong memories of past heroes and legends around Croke Park as Antrim put on a remarkable exhibition of…

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Murray Managers Agree On Merit As Tribes Edge Verdict After Humdinger

Cathal Murray was brought in to give Galway a harder edge and get them over the line after a series…

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Imelda Hobbins: “The Bond Will Always Be There”

Imelda Hobbins, captain of Galway's first All-Ireland-winning team in 1996 speaks on their victory as well as the everlasting friendship…

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Hannah Looney: “This Year, We Can Go For A Coffee, Or Have A Chat And Get To Know One Another, And I Think You Can See That In How We Are Working For One Another”

Tears of joy flowed from Hannah Looney after John Dermody blew his whistle for the last time at Croke Park…

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Camogie All Ireland Team News:Galway Unchanged As Collins Comes In For Cork While Cronin Appeal Process Continues

Cork, Galway, Kilkenny, Antrim, Armagh and Wexford have released their teams ahead of the All Ireland finals this Sunday.

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Bernie Murray: “It’s No Good Getting There Unless You Win”

Bernie Murray is looking forward to lining out for Armagh in her All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship Final against Wexford this…

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Lucia McNaughton: “In Our Parish, There’s Not A Lot Else To Do. It’s Kind Of Play Hurling And Camogie, And Go To Mass”

On Sunday Lucia McNaughton will captain Antrim on the day of her 26th birthday, in the All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Final…

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