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Last Sunday evening around teatime, a shrill blast of a whistle blew around a small patch of Dublin’s northside. In the seconds that followed, a horde of maroon-clad athletes let the realisation hit them that they had just won a second All-Ireland camogie title for Galway in the space of three years. It might have been a third but for the onset of the pandemic, but there is time ahead for that one.
A newfound ability to react positively to events in a game stood to Galway’s credit when Cork scored the crucial goal late in Sunday’s All Ireland Senior Camogie final, captain Sarah Dervan revealed in the aftermath of the county’s fourth senior title.
A newfound ability to react positively to events in a game stood to Galway’s credit when Cork scored that crucial goal late on in Sunday’s All Ireland Senior Camogie Final, captain Sarah Dervan revealed in the aftermath of the county’s fourth senior title this evening.
Galway are up against the doyens of camogie when they head to Croke Park for Sunday's All Ireland final (4pm ).
Galway senior camogie team marches on to another All Ireland final having seen off Tipperary at Croke Park on Sunday. by 1-13 to 0-12.
With the elite contestants in the senior camogie ranks now clearly defined, Galway will look to reach their third decider in a row as the same four counties prepare for Sunday’s All -Ireland semi-finals for the fourth successive year.
Cathal Murray's target remains this year's All Ireland final, and the Galway camogie manager is not worried after two successive final defeats to the Cats.
Failure to take several goal chances against a team as disciplined as Kilkenny cost Galway success in an enthralling Littlewoods Ireland Division One League Final at Croke Park last evening (Sunday) as the All-Ireland champions racked up another final win against the Tribeswomen.
Galway and Kilkenny will meet once again when they vie for the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League division one crown in Croke Park on Sunday (7.30pm).
Galway's senior and intermediate camogie teams are in action this weekend. The senior side heads to Killmallock to play Limerick, while the intermediate team faces a must-win home game against Cork in Saturday's Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie League