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January 2023
# Camogie
Antrim side create All-Ireland history with decider win over Wicklow opposition
Millar time arrived on cue as BrĂ­dĂ­nĂ­ Ă“ga became the first Antrim team to win the AIB Camogie All-Ireland Junior A Club Championship title.
Last year
2022
# The champ champs
'To do back-the-back All-Irelands in the same calendar year, it’s what dreams are made of'
Niamh McGrath was thrilled after helping Sarsfields to defend their All-Ireland camogie title.
# Cats Get The Cream
'Is there a way back?' to All-Ireland glory, 8 All-Stars and a star-studded Caribbean cruise
Brian Dowling and Miriam Walsh reflect on Kilkenny’s memorable 2022.
# The Edge
Gilchrist posts seven points as Galway outlast arm wrestle with Cork to win Intermediate title
The Tribeswomen are the All-Ireland intermediate camogie champions.
# Top of the pile
Four-goal Cosgrove powers Antrim to All-Ireland Premier Junior crown
The Saffrons held off the challenge of Armagh at Croke Park.
# Rebel Yell
'Didn’t know if she’d be togging out or not' - Cork relief after Thompson red card appeal
Ashling Thompson played a huge role in Cork’s All-Ireland semi-final victory over Waterford after winning an appeal against suspension.
# Comeback
Cork produce brilliant second-half rally to see off stubborn Waterford
Cork only took the lead for the first time four minutes from the end of normal time in Croke Park.
Dublin let five-point lead slip against Clare as Cork cement top spot
Cork are guaranteed a place in the All-Ireland semi-finals.
# Camogie
Costelloe’s tips scales in Limerick’s favour while Galway and Kilkenny march on
Galway and Kilkenny assured of advancing to the last six as a result of their triumphs against Down and Antrim respectively.
# Wrap
Katrina Mackey stars as Cork overcome Dublin
Elsewhere, an injury-time point from Ciara O’Connor snatched a 1-9 to 0-11 victory for Wexford over Clare.
# tippin' away
'There'll be times where I'll be cursing myself... But if it was pulled from me tomorrow, I know I’d miss it'
Mary Ryan’s love for camogie endures as she enters her 18th inter-county summer with Tipp.
# Cliona Healy
'Cork haven’t won a league title in a good few years so it would be great to do it'
The Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 final is on in Croke Park at 7pm.
# Crest of a wave
'Everything can change very quickly so we have to try and grab this while we can'
Antrim face last season’s senior championship quarter-finalists Wexford in tomorrow’s Division 2 decider at Croke Park
# Camogie
Cork hold off Galway to claim All-Ireland minor title
Ciara Morrison and Orla Cahalane hit 1-3 apiece for the Leesiders.
# cait devane
'We put ourselves in the position – you take confidence from that'
Tipperary and their captain, Cáit Devane, know that they must take the next step.
# Top of the pile
'We are such a small place so this is unbelievable' - Sars rejoice after gaining All-Ireland revenge
The Galway champions edged out Wexford’s Oulart-The-Ballagh to finish the 2021 season as the top club side.
# all-ireland club final
McGrath the magician conjures up greatest trick for Sars
McGrath’s goal and seven points helped clinch the All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship.
# All-Ireland intermediate camogie final
Ruthless Rynagh’s secure two-in-a-row
Five goals from St Rynagh’s made it back-to-back AIB All-Ireland Intermediate Club Camogie titles.
# Camogie
Cork hit 5-17 in victory while Kilkenny, Galway and Dublin also claim league wins
A big win for the home side in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# Still going strong
'Obviously winning is the most important thing, but we're all enjoying it'
Four-time All Star Denise Gaule on why she is still enjoying her camogie, as Kilkenny prepare to face Clare in Ennis today.
# First Step
Cork get Twomey era off to winning start with eight-point victory over Clare
The sides played out a 2-6 to 0-4 fixture in Cusack Park.
# Round-Up
Oulart-The-Ballagh and Sarsfields progress to set up repeat of 2020 All-Ireland decider
Sarsfields got the better of Slaughtneil after extra-time while Oulart-The-Ballagh defeated Scariff-Ogonnelloe in the other semi-final.
# Round-Up
Tipperary send big statement with 22-point win as Kilkenny make strong start to title defence
Tipperary defeated Down in their camogie league opener while the Cats got the better of Limerick.
# core strength
Raharney avenge 2019 defeat to claim All-Ireland honours
The Westmeath outfit defeated Clanmaurice of Kerry in today’s 2020 junior club camogie final.
All time
# Back once again
McGraths monumental as champions Sarsfields advance to All-Ireland final
The Galway side booked their place in the delayed 2020/21 decider after seeing off Drom & Inch.
# Racing
Animal remedies which are banned in racehorses are seized in raid on Kildare farm
The raid was led by Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine officials.
# Camogie
Cork star forward set for suspension hearing as captain named to start final
Orla Cronin’s fight against her three-game suspension goes in front of the Camogie Association’s hearings committee tomorrow night.
# Clutch
Captain Collins with injury-time winner as Cork down All-Ireland champions Kilkenny to reach final
Cork will meet Galway in the showpiece.
# Scare
Galway withstand heroic Tipp effort to advance to All-Ireland final
Corner-back Dervla Higgins was sent off for the Tribeswomen in an apparent case of mistaken identity.
# Decider
Kilkenny and Antrim advance to All-Ireland intermediate camogie final
Respective victories over Meath and Galway set up a Croke Park showdown on 12 September.
# back in black and amber
Katie Power: Injury comeback is great but if Kilkenny don’t beat Cork, it’s not going to mean anything
‘I’m trying to take that sentiment out of things I suppose and the emotion, and just focus on the job at hand.’
# Wrap
Tipperary power past Limerick to reach camogie championship knock-out stages
Elsewhere Kilkenny beat Westmeath, Cork edged past Down and Waterford got the better of Dublin.
# hard fought
Galway see off Cork in league semi-final as championship draw made
It wasn’t pretty at times but the relocation of Aoife Donohue to the inside line was just about the deciding factor.
# Report
Two goals in a minute help Kilkenny seal dramatic victory over Tipperary
Denise Gaule and Katie Nolan were key to the turnaround.
# emphatic
Tipp pull away from Offaly in final quarter to reach league semi
Cáit Devane and Grace O’Brien combined for 4-9 of Tipp’s 4-17 total.
# Thriller
Kilkenny come good late on to deny lightning Limerick
Limerick led for long stretches of this league quarter-final but were unable to seal the deal.
# Camogie
Cork book spot in knockout stages with win over Waterford while Kilkenny trounce Offaly
League titleholders Galway were impressive too in dispensing with Limerick by 3-13 to 0-7
# Winner winner
0-13 for Donnelly as Armagh hold off three-goal Cavan to land All-Ireland crown
The Orchard county banished the nightmare of losing the decider of four years ago to become Premier Junior champions.
# reflection
'We struggled even to have numbers to field in games over the past number of years'
Antrim’s Maeve Connolly talks about the lean years that her county endured ahead of their All-Ireland final against Down this weekend.
# Wrap
Full house as all Ulster teams reach All-Ireland intermediate and Premier Junior finals
Antrim and Down will contest the Intermediate decider while Cavan will face Armagh in the Premier Junior final.