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#Ann Downey

# ann-downey - Saturday 5 October, 2019

Needing two nights to watch All-Ireland final loss and taking over as Kilkenny boss from Cats legend

Brian Dowling speaks to The42 about becoming the new Kilkenny camogie manager.

# ann-downey - Monday 9 September, 2019

Kilkenny camogie boss Downey steps down after third All-Ireland final loss in-a-row

‘Her dedication to her county has been second to none,’ a statement reads of the Cats’ 2016 All-Ireland winning manager.

# ann-downey - Sunday 8 September, 2019

'We've lost so many All-Irelands here, maybe that fear just held our girls back'

Another heartbreaking decider defeat for Kilkenny but Galway were the better team, admits Cats boss Ann Downey.

'They were going to the gym and doing weights and that was absolutely unheard of back then'

Two-time Kilkenny All-Ireland winner Sinéad Millea speaks to The42 about playing with the famous Downey sisters.

# ann-downey - Saturday 15 June, 2019

Dalton and Gaule star for Kilkenny while Tipperary and Waterford clash abandoned

Ann Downey’s side prevailed against Galway on Saturday while Tipp and Waterford’s game was abandoned due to a serious injury.

# ann-downey - Monday 1 April, 2019

From being seen as 'spoofers' and 'bluffers' to a first national title since 2015

The Galway camógs had a special win in Croke Park yesterday.

# ann-downey - Saturday 30 March, 2019

'There are no cliques. Everyone gets on. You go in, train hard, and you go home happy'

Kilkenny’s Danielle Morrissey is looking to add more medals to her cabinet in this weekend’s Camogie League final.

# ann-downey - Monday 31 December, 2018

'It's definitely worth it in the end. When he came out healthy, all that previous stress went out the window'

Anne Dalton talks about the arrival of her son and the disappointing end to 2018 for Kilkenny camogie.

# ann-downey - Thursday 22 November, 2018

All-Ireland winning Kilkenny boss staying on for a fourth season in 2019

Ann Downey delivered the O’Duffy Cup in her first year in charge in 2016.

# ann-downey - Sunday 9 September, 2018

Kilkenny boss Downey says referee 'will have to look at his own performance and judge himself'

Both the Kilkenny and Cork managers feel camogie’s rulebook should be altered to allow more physical contact.

# ann-downey - Saturday 19 August, 2017

Kilkenny make their experience tell as Dublin's long All-Ireland wait continues

Kilkenny ran out eight-point winners at the Gaelic Grounds.

# ann-downey - Sunday 23 April, 2017

Impressive Kilkenny lay down championship marker with league final win over Cork

Ann Downey oversaw an all-round performance.

# ann-downey - Thursday 20 April, 2017

Combining medicine and camogie, ending Kilkenny's 22-year wait and another Cork battle

Last year’s All-Ireland finalists face off again in next Sunday’s league decider.

# ann-downey - Friday 17 February, 2017

Shelly Farrell and her Noreside sisters matching the men to put Kilkenny camogie on the map

The reigning All-Ireland champions kick off their league campaign against Tipperary on Saturday.

# ann-downey - Thursday 22 December, 2016

'There were days when it was hard to get out of the bed, to be honest'

Kilkenny’s All-Ireland senior camogie winning manager Ann Downey has won numerous battles on and off the pitch.

# ann-downey - Wednesday 16 November, 2016

Another Kilkenny All-Ireland winning manager is staying on for the 2017 season

Ann Downey is remaining in her post.

# ann-downey - Tuesday 13 September, 2016

'Deserving one is not going to get anything for you. We had to go out and get it.'

Captain Michelle Quilty savours Kilkenny’s win after 22 years.

# ann-downey - Monday 12 September, 2016

'Our girls certainly weren't going to be intimidated' - Kilkenny boss on handshake row

Ann Downey praised her players after making the long-awaited breakthrough.