All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship quarter-final Derry 1-23 Dublin 1-10 DERRY have progressed to the last four of Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship after Saturday’s win over Dublin in Portaloise. They are joined by Meath after their 2-17 to 1-7 victory over Kerry at the same venue. Advertisement The second-string teams of Cork and Galway […]
CAVAN ace forward Aisling Gilsenan said that once the Breffni County settled they were always likely to secure their place in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship for 2023. Geraldine Sheridan scored the vital goal in the second half, and despite 1-6 from the brilliant Sarah Dillon, Westmeath will return to Intermediate after this defeat at […]
TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship Cavan 1-13 Westmeath 1-9 By Deniese O’Flaherty GERALDINE Sheridan scored the crucial goal and a strong finish by Cavan saw them retain their TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship status for next year and relegate Westmeath back to the Intermediate grade. Advertisement After being behind for most of the game Cavan took the […]
STARTER for ten – who captained a team to All-Ireland glory while her two nieces were also on the team? For the camogie aficionados of this world, that’s more than enough detail – the answer is Antrim legend Mairead McAtamney, who played for her county for more than two decades and threw herself into coaching, […]
By Michael McMullan DERRY won’t be in the shake-up for the All-Ireland Junior title next month, but shoots have been emerging at underage level to offer hope of a new beginning in the county. It’s five years since they had the pulled a draw from the jaws of victory at Croke Park on All-Ireland Sunday […]
By Daragh Small ANTRIM captain Cathy Carey believes Ladies football is booming in Ulster, with counties like provincial Senior champions Armagh providing the blueprint. Antrim recently advanced to the TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship semi-finals and found out last Sunday that they will face Carlow in the final four on Sunday, July 10. It will be […]
Fionnuala Carr says it’s time for Women in the GAA to start putting their hands up for all the jobs, to change things for the better.