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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.
In difficult conditions in Dangan on Sunday, Greenfields Ladies first X1 continued their unbeaten run in the Connacht Senior Hockey League.
The Mayo Senior Hurling Championship Final is down for decision this Sunday, October 7 at 2pm in Tooreen. Champions Ballyhaunis play neighbours Tooreen in what should be a tough and exciting encounter. Ballyhaunis are going for five in a row but local rivals Tooreen will keen to break this winning run and win their first senior championship since 2003.
Three Kilkenny girls will bid for glory this Sunday, as London’s Tara Camogie Club take on Myshall in the All-Ireland Junior club semi-final in Ruislip.
Corinthians outplayed the Connemara All Blacks on Friday evening in their annual Connacht Senior League game, racking up a 52-5 victory.
Galwegians came out on top by 15 - 8 in the Connacht Senior League fixture against Corinthians at Glenina on Saturday,