Armagh Camogie apologise for alleged offensive chanting

Armagh Camogie have apologised for any offence caused following claims of controversial chanting in the aftermath of their All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship win over Cavan.

It is claimed that some members of the team had partaken in offensive chanting, and Armagh Camogie announced they would launch an investigation into the matter.

In a statement, they have apologised for the incident.

“Further to the Armagh dressing room celebrations following their victory in the All-Ireland Premier Junior Camogie Championship final on Saturday December 5, Armagh Camogie Board wish to state that it was never the intention to offend or upset anyone,” it read.

“On behalf of Armagh Camogie, we sincerely and deeply regret any offence caused as a result of this incident.”

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