# Camogie

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# go again
Kilkenny stick with tried and tested as Dowling stays on for third season at camogie helm
Dowling will operate with the same selectors, while All-Ireland-winning Cats minor camogie boss Mike Wall will also stay on for 2022.
# leading lights
Meath, Tyrone and Antrim stars win GAA Player of the Month awards for September
Vikki Wall, Conor Meyler and Maeve Kelly were all honoured.
# Talking Points
Hard hits on both sides, Galway's clinical finishing and another compelling final
There was plenty to pore over from Sunday’s gripping contest.
Cork v Galway, All-Ireland senior camogie final
Galway ran out victors in Croke Park.
# Dancing at the Crossroads
Wexford finish strongest to claim All-Ireland glory in Croke Park thriller
Chloe Cashe hit 0-7 as the Yellowbellies saw off a resolute Armagh side.
# decision
Cork's Orla Cronin gets eleventh-hour reprieve to play in today's All-Ireland final
The forward was handed a three-match ban for her sending-off in the semi-final against Kilkenny.
# jubilee
The bond that ties Galway's breakthrough heroes of 1996
Imelda Hobbins led the Tribe to a first senior camogie win a quarter of a century ago.
# Poll
Who do you think will win tomorrow's All-Ireland camogie finals?
There are three intriguing deciders to look forward to in Croke Park.
# 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.
# Impact
'Nobody should really be entitled to a position' - Cork captain on semi-final super sub role
Linda Collins hit the winning score against Kilkenny.
# In the clear
Galway boost as Higgins' suspension overturned ahead of All-Ireland camogie final
Defender was shown a straight red card in the semi-final in a case of mistaken identity.
# Leann Fennelly
After six years in Australia, Kilkenny star aims to add to tally of seven All-Ireland medals
Leann Fennelly is focused on Kilkenny’s interemediate decider against Antrim on Sunday.
# Camogie
'You get more nervous as years go by' - Galway skipper preparing for her 8th All-Ireland final
Sarah Dervan’s side face Cork in Sunday’s decider at Croke Park.
# Camogie
'I thought it was a penalty actually' - Red cards in spotlight ahead of All-Ireland final
Dervla Higgins and Orla Cronin were both dismissed during yesterday’s semi-finals in Croke Park.
# 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.
# Anseo
'At the end of the day it’s a hobby and you’re playing camogie because you love it'
School teacher Linda Collins will lead Cork out against Kilkenny at Croke Park in the All-Ireland senior camogie championship semi-finals tomorrow.
# Sweet 16
'It's nice going in so young because you have that freedom. There's no pressure on you'
Siobhan McGrath is looking forward to a big few weeks after an enjoyable summer – and an impressive Galway career to date.
# Legend
"She said, ‘I’m not going to leave Kilkenny camogie down.’ That sums her up"
Anne Dalton was a shock inclusion in the Kilkenny squad that progressed to the All-Ireland senior camogie championship semi-final on Saturday.
# In The Mix
Champions Kilkenny to face Cork while Tipp and Galway square off in repeat of 2020 semi-finals
Some intriguing battles await next Sunday in Croke Park.
# Historic
Croke Park to host All-Ireland camogie championship semi-finals for first time
The games will take place on Sunday, 29 August.
# Business end
Premier power on after Wexford win as All-Ireland quarter-final draw made
It was another busy weekend of camogie action.
# Wrap
Galway edge Kilkenny in thriller, Cork too strong for Waterford
Meanwhile Dublin, Clare and Limerick all secured senior status for 2022.
# 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.
# Opening Day
Waterford deny Down dream return to senior camogie, Wexford stun Limerick
Kilkenny and Galway also got off the mark as the 2021 All-Ireland Senior Camogie championship got underway in the sun.
# backer
No title sponsor in place for 2021 All-Ireland camogie championships
The association’s President says that work is still ongoing to find a more permanent solution.
# and the winners are...
Clare, Cork, Kerry and Kilkenny stars claim GAA Player of the Month awards
Sean O’Shea, Tony Kelly, Orla Finn and Katie Nolan were the winners.
# Wrap
Down beat Antrim to Division 2 title, Wexford see off Armagh in Division 3 decider
Wexford came out on top of a tight game at the Donaghmore Ashbourne GAA complex.
# Camogie
Flanagan hits late winner as Dublin survive and relegate Waterford
It finished 1-11 to 1-10 in favour of Dublin in Birr.
# 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.
# White Smoke
Agreement reached to complete 2020 club camogie season in December after fixtures row
‘The important thing is it’s reinstated,’ says Sarsfields manager Michael ‘Hopper’ McGrath following lengthy mediation talks last night.
# 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
# Wrap
Limerick assured of at least a league quarter-final spot as Tipp close in on progression
Meanwhile, Offaly defeated Dublin in Division 1 of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League.
# fixture controversy
Camogie clubs considering DRA appeal in a bid to see 2020 championship finished
Remaining 2020 club championship games were cancelled following vote to adopt split-season fixture list.
# Fixture Row
'Put themselves in the shoes of the girls, the torture they're going through is unbelievable'
Sarsfields’ manager Michael ‘Hopper’ McGrath has reiterated his plea to have the 2020 All-Ireland club championships completed.
# Wrap
Big guns tested but get off to winning start as camogie leagues open on a high
Kilkenny, Cork and Galway all recorded opening-day victories in Division 1, with 41-357 scored across 16 fixtures.
# Saga
'Club players' voices need to be heard once and for all' - calls to complete 2020 All-Ireland camogie series
The Camogie Association’s recent poll to endorse a split season came at a cost for clubs involved in the unfinished 2020 competitions.
# Unacceptable
'Could you manage for a year on €12,000? Probably not. So why are we expecting elite-level athletes to do it?'
Derval O’Rourke has called for a ‘full review’ into the funding system in Irish sport.
# Relief
'I'm just delighted the Camogie Association listened to the players' voice'
Dublin’s Leah Butler was relieved to see a split season come in after a U-turn from camogie’s governing body.
# Format
Camogie Association overturns controversial fixture plan as 53% vote for split season
The association announced the result of the poll this afternoon.
# Equality
Camogie saga 'not fair on players' and joy at seeing €2.4 million injection for GAA funding parity
Four-time All-Ireland winner Katrina Parrock says the ongoing issues regarding the 2021 schedule are not fair on players.