Last week
12th March 2023 - 18th March 2023
# different times
'It’s not that long ago where if you were getting married, say goodbye to that level of sport'
Long-serving Kilkenny star Claire Phelan, who got married at the end of last year, speaks about her ongoing hunger to succeed.
This month
March 2023
# taking a stand
Camogie club to stop wearing skorts ahead of key Congress motion
Thomas McCurtains of London are calling for shorts to be introduced via a motion at the sport’s upcoming Congress.
Last month
February 2023
Five great storylines to look forward to at Cheltenham next week
The Cheltenham Festival takes place from 14-17 March.
# Very Camogie Leagues
Galway inflict another defeat on Kilkenny; Tipp and Cork remain on full points
All-Ireland champions still searching for first league win.
# Talent
Clare's rising star continues to shine on biggest stage
As the Camogie League got off to an explosive start, Ziyan Spillane helped her side stun All-Ireland champions Kilkenny.
# Round 1
All-Ireland champions Kilkenny suffer defeat to Clare in league opener
The Banner overcame Brian Dowling’s side by two points at Cusack Park.
This year
# 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
# 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.