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Dublin: 6 °C Sunday 26 January, 2020

All smiles as camogie champs Cork visit Our Lady's Children's Hospital in Crumlin

The Rebelettes won the O’Duffy Cup for the 25th time yesterday.

CORK’S ALL-IRELAND camogie winning side are celebrating today after yesterday’s final win over Kilkenny in Croke Park.

Before heading home for tonight’s homecoming on Leeside, they popped in this morning to Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin with the O’Duffy Cup.


Ian Millmore (7) from Artane in Dublin with the Cork team

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Cork captain Anna Geary

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Cork players Laura Treacy and Maria Walsh with 4 month old Andrew Rolf from Belgooly in Cork

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Jason Harper, aged 4 from Kilkenny City, with Cork players Joanne Casey and Aoife Murray

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Cork players Orla Cotter and Ashling Thompson with Kate Lydon aged 8 from Terenure, Dublin

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Gary Monaghan aged 12 from Athboy, Co. Meath with Cork player Eimear O’Sullivan

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