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Galway senior camogie players must overcome a resurgent Kilkenny in their own back yard if they are to qualify for a second successive All Ireland final.
Local senior camogie player Jacqui Frisby has made the final 10 in the inaugural Gala Performance Award introduced this year to recognise the most outstanding individual performance during the course of the Gala All-Ireland Senior Championship, and Jacqui demonstrated her remarkable talent in the Tipperary V Kilkenny game in Semple Stadium on June 27. This led to the Kilkenny senior player making the shortlist of nominees for best performance of the season.
The Rebels secured their 24th Gala All-Ireland senior title on Sunday in headquarters with a fantastic performance overcoming Ann Downey’s Kilkenny on a scoreline of 0-15 to 0-7. Cork were in front by three points at the break, giving the Black and Amber a real chance of a comeback.
The Kilkenny Kittens may have been the defeated finalists in this years All-Ireland final, but they managed 11 All-star nominations this year only one fewer than their victors Cork.
Cumann Camógaíochta na nGael has announced the shortlist for the Manager of the Year and the Young Player of the Year, which will be announced at the All-Stars banquet in association with O’Neills in City West Hotel on Saturday.
Beaten semi-finalists Galway received three camogie All-Stars awards.
All-Ireland Champions Cork may have dominated the Camogie All-Stars with Gemma O’Connor getting honoured for an unprecedented sixth successive time and five players receiving All Star awards for the first time.
The Kilkenny annual Camogie Awards Night will take place on Friday, January 29, 2010 in Langtons House Hotel. This year the awards night will also incorporate a clubs night which enables all camogie clubs to also hold their dinner dance on the very same night.