By Niall Gartland STILL going strong – Fionnuala Carr, who has represented her club Clonduff with distinction for two decades, certainly isn’t hanging around for the sake of it. She was simply immense in the centre-half back position as they claimed an All-Ireland semi-final win against Clanmaurice after extra-time last weekend, and the former Down […]
BY KIERAN LYNCH CLONDUFF camogs are hoping to reach a second All-Ireland Intermediate final in the space of four years, when they take on Kerry side Clanmaurice this Saturday. The game takes place in Kinnegad county Westmeath, and last time the Yellas togged out on this pitch they were able to book their place in […]
“When it was made out as a club versus county issue then it left county players in a predicament”.
“So many people enjoyed the split season, so to not do it would be a step backwards.”
Children are missing out on the social interaction of meeting their friends and getting out in the fresh air
Players like Maria McNally will now get to play at senior level this year
Fionnuala Carr looks back at what has been a great year for the Down camogs.
Listen to episode 37 of Take Your points in podcast format via sound cloud.
This week’s episode includes interviews with Conor Glass, Fionnuala Carr and Sean McGreevy
Camogie just doesn’t enjoy the same coverage as our other games