Cork see off a gritty Wexford
(After extra time)
Kilkenny and three-in-a-row Cork will contest next month's All-Ireland after a dramatic afternoon at Semple Stadium as both semi-finals required extra time to settle the outcome.
Having won almost everything there is to win in women's Gaelic games, it is no surprise to learn that Cork legend Rena Buckley does not get over-amped in the build-up to the marquee days anymore.
Kilkenny and Kildare joined Cork in the last four of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Championship but Antrim and Laois must wait until the latter's clash with the Cats before the final berth is decided.
Nobody can quite understand why Kilkenny haven't won the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie title since 1994.Ann Downey was captain the last time the O'Duffy Cup had black and amber ribbons and was manager when they lost the All-Ireland final in 2009 - one of six...
Camogie: Kilkenny will play Galway in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie semi-final after a comfortable 1-19 to 0-11 win over Offaly at MacDonagh Park.
After Westmeath defeated Kildare in the Leinster senior football championship last month, victorious manager Tom Cribbin spoke from the heart about how difficult it was trading blows with his native county.
Galway deployed the afterburners in the second half to repel Kilkenny in Freshford and book a direct berth in the semi-finals of the Liberty Insurance Senior Camogie Championship.
Camogie: These are exciting times for Denise Gaule. The 25-year-old is returning to college to study building services and engineering with a view to joining the family business, while on the playing fields she is focused on helping Kilkenny add the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Championship to their National League success.
Una Leacy pounced for a goal on the stroke of time to snatch a 1-9 to 0-9 victory for Wexford over All-Ireland champions Cork in their Liberty Insurance Senior Championship Group 1 tie at Innovate Wexford Park.
There's a lot at stake when Limerick and Offaly meet in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland championship in Kilmallock today.
SARAH Fryday has learned not to mess with the camogie gods.
Kilkenny continued their impressive start to the Liberty Insurance Senior Championship with a resounding 1-21 to 0-11 victory over Tipperary at Semple Stadium.
Anyone heading to the Tyrone v Cavan men's replay tomorrow should get to Clones early because the curtain-raising Ulster ladies' football final should not disappoint.
Arlene Watkins scored two first-half goals while Tina Hannon was magnificent as Offaly followed up their opening round Liberty Insurance Championship Group 1 victory with a 2-14 to 1-7 win demolition of Wexford in Birr.
Amy O'Connor was blessed with a rare talent that has seen her become a high achiever not just in sport - at elite level in both camogie and soccer - but in her academic pursuits too.
The Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie championship got off to an all-action start as Wexford played host to an absolute humdinger against Limerick, winning by 3-17 to 1-16.
Clouds and silver linings, eh? It's difficult to envision an upside to long-term injury, and after tearing her cruciate knee ligament for the second time in three years at just 20 years of age in 2014, Rebecca Hennelly certainly could not do so.
Two images of last month's trip to Africa will stick forever with Cork camogie goalkeeper Aoife Murray.
Connacht won just their fifth Gael Linn Cup and their first since 2008 when they trumped Leinster by 2-7 to 1-8 in an entertaining senior interprovincial camogie final at the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown.
Kilkenny confirmed their liking for Semple Stadium by repeating their final victory at the venue two years ago to claim their 12th National League Division 1 title.
Camogie legend Anna Geary has urged the public to get behind Special Olympics today on what is the sport charity's nationwide Collection Day.
Kilkenny and Galway will cross swords in the Camogie League Division 1 final after coming through two dramatic semi-finals.
INTER-COUNTY camogie defenders may be sleeping a lot easier since Ursula Jacob's retirement last month but she hasn't hung the hurl up quite yet.
A goal from super-sub Niamh Ryan 10 minutes from time saw Limerick through to the semi-final of Division 1 for the second consecutive year, in just their third season in the top tier.
Camogie: Tipperary have qualified for the Division 1 semi-finals of the Camogie League by virtue of their nine-point win over Dublin in The Ragg and Clare's 15-point reverse at the hands of Galway at the Clooney GAA grounds.
Champions Galway extended their perfect record in the Camogie League Division 1, thanks to a 1-13 to 1-8 defeat of Wexford in New Ross' O'Kennedy Park. This fourth consecutive win puts them into the semi-finals in good heart.
Milford put the disappointment of last year behind them by garnering their third AIB All-Ireland senior club camogie title in four seasons.
Revolution is in the air with the centenary of the Easter Rising almost upon us and a Dáil that resembles no previous parliament. In Croke Park today, the Camogie Association will unveil its vision for the future of the sport, and, in its own way, it is quietly revolutionary.
Mary Howard can remember exactly who scored the first ever point for Cahir's camogie team.
She knows the significance of concussion but Cork camogie star Ashling Thompson admits it would take more than a head injury to remove her from the action because she would feel at fault if her team were to lose.
Wexford got their League campaign off to a winning start, with a 0-13 to 0-9 win over Tipperary in Cloughjordan.
Limerick got their national league campaign off to a cracking start by beating All-Ireland champions Cork by 1-11 to 0-9 at Rathkeale's Mick Neville Park.
Kerry caused the first big shock of the hurling season when the Allianz League resumed and that was not the only proof of the Kingdom's growing small ball culture in the past week.
The Cork Camogie Board and the Camogie Association are at loggerheads after nine of last year's All-Ireland winning team were not allowed to regrade to the intermediate ranks for 2016.
The Ashbourne Cup final has produced its share of drama over the years and the 2016 renewal added its own chapter with a breathtaking conclusion to a wonderful game in Gort.
Loreto College, Kilkenny will play St Brigid's of Loughrea in the final of the O'Neills Post Primary Schools Senior A camogie championship after the traditional powers enjoyed comfortable victories over St Patrick's, Maghera and St Joseph's, Tulla.
After an impressive run of recent success, Waterford are now dining at camogie's top table which, according to skipper Claire Whyte, is exactly where they belong.
Oulart-The Ballagh's dreams of a unique AIB All-Ireland club double were dashed at Carriganore in Waterford, after Milford narrowly beat them by 1-9 to 1-8 in their senior camogie semi-final.
This year's All-Ireland winning camogie captain Ashling Thompson has opened up about how she has been targeted on the pitch.
All-Ireland Champions Cork and finalists Galway dominated the 2015 All-Stars team sponsored by Liberty Insurance, taking seven places each on this year’s selection presented by special guest Brent Pope and Camogie Association President Catherine Neary at Citywest.
Gemma O'Connor produced one of the greatest performances of her career as Cork retained their All-Ireland camogie title and she did so despite it being a very difficult time for her family.
While the scoring rate wasn't particularly high, the heavy rain that persisted for most of this game had much to do with that.
Two goals in the space of 70 first-half seconds decided this encounter in favour of Laois, earning the midlanders their first All-Ireland junior title.
Briege Corkery worked the oracle once more for Cork with a 54th-minute goal putting the exclamation mark on another typical all-action display and setting the seal on an historic victory.
Briege Corkery worked the oracle once more for Cork with a 54th minute goal putting the exclamation mark on another typical all-action display and setting the seal on an historic victory.
Hopper's daughters. It is an understandable label given that three McGrath sisters play camogie for Sarsfields and Galway, a club and a county where their dad Michael is such a local hurling legend. But it only tells half the story and not just because three younger ones - Siobhan (15), Ciara (9) and Laoise (8) - have still to come through the ranks.
Senior final - Cork v Galway, 4.0: Cork began the defence of their All-Ireland crown without a host of seasoned players, including Jenny O'Leary, Anna Geary and Joanne O'Callaghan and still reached the final. Lacklustre in their round-robin games, they showed their real mettle in their defeat of Kilkenny in the semi-final. When the pressure comes on, Paudie Murray's charges are able to respond. Much will depend on Ashling Thompson in midfield, Orla Cotter at wing-forward and the performance of Amy O'Connor and Katriona Mackey up front. Galway have defeated...
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