Lacken hoping for redemption for 2020

By Shaun Casey IT’S been a brilliant season so far for Cavan side Lacken, who hope to crown their 2022 campaign with an Ulster title this weekend. They take on Tyrone champions Naomh Treasa, who they also met at this stage of the competition in 2020. “There’s great excitement around the club, the girls are […]

Fighting spirit paying off for O’Sullivan’s Culloville

By Shaun Casey TO win the Armagh Intermediate Camogie Championship for the first time in their history, Culloville needed to muster up all their battling qualities and they’ll carry that same fighting spirit into the Ulster campaign. That’s the view of team captain Roisin O’Sullivan. The Blues saw off a fancied and unbeaten Derrynoose side […]

Omagh take Tyrone camogie to task

By Niall Gartland OMAGH St Enda’s have issued a hard-hitting statement lambasting the Tyrone Camogie board for their “refusal” to refix their Bridie McMenamin Post Primary Championship final against Naomh Treasa of Dungannon. Tyrone camogie’s decision to award the title to Naomh Treasa by default has earned the ire of the St Enda’s club, whose […]