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Galway sweep to camogie crown win

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Galway produced a dominant second-half display against Clare to waltz to their second All-Ireland Minor A Camogie title.

Galway camogie credentials face champions’ test

Galway camogie supporters will be heading to Semple Stadium on Sunday for an attractive double-header.

Galway camogie ladies not taking victory for granted

It has been a good season so far for Tony Ward's Galway senior camogie players and they hope to continue their winning ways when they face Wexford in the All-Ireland semi-final this Saturday in Nowlan Park (3.30pm).

Galway secure first senior camogie league title in ten years

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Last weekend was a very good one for Galway camogie as Tony Ward’s senior team defeated the All-Ireland champions Cork to claim their first Irish Daily Star Camogie League division one title since 2005 by 2-15 to 2-12.

League final is a real bonus for Galway’s young camogie squad

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The Galway senior camogie team will take on Cork this Sunday in the Irish Daily Star National League division one final at Semple stadium (1.30pm).

Galway senior camogie ease into league final

The Galway senior camogie team will face Cork in Semple Stadium, Thurles, on Sunday, May 3 (1.30pm) in the Irish Daily Star division one league final after defeating Kilkenny by 5-7 to 2-9 last weekend in O'Connor Park.

Galway camogie advance with ease

Galway’s senior camogie have advanced to the Irish Daily Star Camogie League division one semi-finals and will join Cork, Kilkenny and Limerick on April 22.

New body to support women’s Gaelic players launched

The Women’s Gaelic Players Association has been formally launched this week.

Galway lose opening camogie clash

Galway camogie hopes of kicking off the defence of their All Ireland title on a positive note floundered in Athenry on Sunday.

Galway camogie

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We know from the old sliotars on exhibition in the folk museum in Turlough near Castlebar that the game of hurling has been played for many centuries, but what of the game of camogie? Two prominent Irish language enthusiasts and cultural nationalists, Máire Ní Chinnéide and Cáit Ni Dhonchadha, were credited with having created the sport while a brother of Cáit, Tadg, was the person who drew up the rules in 1903. So there was always a male presence within the administrative ranks of the sport. The game emanated from the Gaelic League and was dependent on the structures and networks provided by that organisation during the initial expansion of the sport. It was also closely linked with the GAA.

 

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