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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.
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.
The Galway Senior Camogie team enjoyed a winning start in the opening National League fixture, recording a five-point victory over Clare in Kenny Park, Athenry.
It’s hard to come away empty-handed from an empty stadium, but that’s what happened to Galway’s senior camogie players on Saturday night when they handed over their title to Kilkenny in a keenly-fought encounter at Croke Park. For an hour, they had seen the endeavour of the Kilkenny midfield snuff out a decent supply of ball into Galway’s deadly forwards who had set out for a repeat of the goal-fest that sparked last year’s victory.
Galway camogie players defend their All Ireland title on Saturday night (7pm) when they once again come up against Kilkenny in Croke Park.
All Ireland champions Galway secured an all-important 1-11 to 0-8 win over Tipperary to advance to their second successive All Ireland Senior Camogie final.
All Ireland camogie champions Galway are preparing for a showdown with Cork when the two sides meet on Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2pm).