Search Results for 'Camogie All Stars Awards'

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All-Ireland final within camogie kittens’ grasp

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What a day of Camogie to look forward to this Saturday! The four best teams in the land will be going to battle in Nowlan Park as the prestigious prize of the O’Duffy Cup awaits.

Camogie Academy in Pearse Stadium for 13 – 15 year olds

There will be a Camogie Academy held in Pearse Stadium for three days from Tuesday August 10 to Thursday 12 from 2.30pm-4.30pm each day.

Camogie Academy in Pearse Stadium for 13 – 15 year olds

There will be a Camogie Academy held in Pearse Stadium for three days from Tuesday August 10 to Thursday 12 from 2.30pm-4.30pm each day.

Resilient Cats grind out precious victory

O’Duffy Cup

Heartbreak as Cats lose out in frenetic finale

Wexford 1-7       Kilkenny 1-6

Cats to put it to Wexford as they hunt for league title

While Wexford are on the hunt for a double this weekend Anne Downey’s Cats will be out to prevent this happening.

Super-sub Dormer completes Kilkenny fightback

The Kilkenny camogie girls have produced a habit of creating late drama in recent times and once again they made life difficult for themselves in sweltering sunshine at O’Connor Park, Tullamore, last Saturday afternoon.

Captain Dalton is Vodafone’s ‘Player of the Month’

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The GAA Player of the Month Awards ceremony was held at the Westbury Hotel, Dublin last week and saw the two leading ladies from last year’s camogie and ladies football seasons, Kilkenny’s Anne Dalton and Cork’s Angela Walsh, respectively, honoured with their 2009 Player of the Year awards.

Neary wins first All-star while Dunne and Dormer are recognised for management

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The 2008 camogie All-stars were named on Saturday night at a banquet in the City West, Hotel. All-Ireland champions Cork gained seven awards on the night. While Kilkenny’s Aoife Neary made the forward line in this years All Star camogie team.

Galway ladies hoping for third time lucky

Galway ladies footballers face another huge assignment on Sunday when they face an in-form Dublin in round three of the Bord Gais Energy National League.

 

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