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Thursday 2 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Camogie

All time
# dual dilemma
'How are we supposed to be on par with the men's game?' - Two county finals in 26 hours for 16 players
Tipperary football star Aishling Moloney outlines Cahir’s frustrating dual fixture clash to The42.
# raise the bar
'They thought it was just unbelievable and they were going back to Norway broadcasting Irish sport'
In the final part of The42′s interview with Camogie Association CEO Sinéad McNulty, she talks about the momentum currently behind the game itself and its future direction.
# Gearing Up
All-Ireland camogie championship fixtures confirmed, trial rules to remain in place
Reigning champions Galway open their title defence against Wexford.
# Challenge
'We do support the dual player, but we can't design an entire fixtures programme around a player'
The dual player concept and trial rules were two topics Camogie Association CEO Sinéad McNulty recently discussed with The42.
# Hopeful
Galway camogie star and doctor unsure if inter-county action will take place in 2020
‘I don’t think anyone can predict what the winter will bring,’ says Catriona Cormican.
# Standing firm
'It's not possible' - Camogie president defends call to scrap All-Ireland minor championship
Kathleen Woods says they took this decision in the interests of the club game.
# Road to Croker
All-Ireland senior camogie final confirmed for Croke Park in December
Intermediate and Premier Junior deciders will not be played in GAA Headquarters this year.
# Camogie
Reigning champions Galway set for rematch with Cork after All-Ireland group stage draw
2019 champions Galway defeated 2018 winner Cork at the semi-final stage last August.
# Controversy
Outrage over 'very unfair' decision to cancel minor camogie action but association mounts defence
A petition has been launched over the decision to cancel the All-Ireland minor championship.
Leagues scrapped as camogie calendar takes shape with round-robin Championship
Camogie’s showpiece competition is set to be played between October and December.
# Return to Play
GAA pitches to open for training from next Wednesday
Contact training and challenge games will be allowed from 29 June.
# Briege Corkery
'I'll always remember the three of us looking at each other, thinking that this could be the end of us'
Cork dual star Briege Corkery is this week’s guest on our GAA podcast Warriors.
Sunday Game to cut back to 90 minutes as GAA show expected to run into July
The show’s production team are planning for the next few months amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
# Aoife Murray
'It was very special to climb those steps, my Dad being wheeled into the dressing-room as well'
Multiple All-Ireland winner Aoife Murray on retirement life during Covid-19 crisis and reflections on her Cork career.
# Update
Camogie Association still plan to complete 2020 competitions as staff set for 10% pay deferral
All camogie activity is suspended until 5 May after taking advice from relevant state authorities.
# Stars Align
Six awards for All-Ireland club finalists Sarsfields and Slaughtneil as Team of the Year announced
The Provincial Player of the Year winners have also been named.
# throwback
Quiz: How well do you remember ladies football and camogie from through the 2000s?
A trip down memory lane as we test your knowledge.
# Update
Camogie Association extend suspension of activities to mid-April - at earliest
A fixture plan update amidst the Covid-19 crisis, with Congress also postponed.
# fight against covid-19
'To be honest, I nearly feel safer in work' - Kilkenny star on the front line in St Vincent's Hospital
Grace Walsh: ‘If we had the option of playing a championship and winning an All-Ireland, or our family and friends being healthy, I think we would all choose our family and friends being healthy.’
# more than sport
'The homeless have been forgotten about completely' - Down raising funds as they run through Covid-19 crisis
The Mourne camógs are racking up the kilometres and fundraising for frontline workers and homeless charities.
Nine-time Cork All-Ireland winner confirms retirement from inter-county camogie
‘It’s almost like a really bad break-up because it’s the only thing I’ve known all my life.’
# Kick in the Teeth
'I was so disappointed. It's heartbreaking really' - The reaction to dual player motion defeat
Limerick dual star Róisín Ambrose is one of many disheartened by the result at LGFA Congress.
# Not good enough
'This scenario is far from ideal' - Camogie Association give reasoning for lack of officials at Division 1 clashes
‘This is something that we are looking to rectify during the coming weeks,’ a spokesperson told The42.
# latest
Tipp shock All-Ireland champions to reach first National League final in over a decade
Despite not scoring in the second half, Tipperary managed to get the better of Galway at Duggan Park.
# big win
Déise deny Clare to get first win of the campaign
Defensive solidity key to Waterford’s win over the Banner.
# Ch-Ch-Changes
Two points for a '45, and supporting dual players - key congress motions for Ladies football
There will also be a vote on who will become the next LGFA president.
# super sars
Third time lucky as McGrath-inspired Sarsfields edge tight battle for first All-Ireland title
Galway kingpins end Slaughtneil’s four-in-a-row dream at the death.
# The Late Late Show
Last-gasp Gailltír goal seals All-Ireland crown after 2019 loss and breaks St Rynagh's hearts
Úna Jackman was the hero of the hour for the Waterford side.
# Camogie
Kilkenny get off the mark in Brian Dowling era with second-half goal key
The Cats secured their first league win after a shock defeat to Clare last time out.
# club comes first
'Here's three girls that buried their father and they arrive to training that evening' - the rise of Slaughtneil
The Derry club’s camogie side are eyeing their fourth All-Ireland title in-a-row tomorrow.
# Ready To Rumble
'A girl who played with us did a fundraiser in New York' - Offaly club gearing up for All-Ireland final
St Ryangh’s will take on Waterford’s Gailtír in the All-Ireland intermediate camogie club decider.
# Healing Hand
'What happens during your working day can affect you' - fulfillment and dark days in cancer prevention
Gailtír’s Áine Lyng talks about her job ahead of the All-Ireland intermediate club final.
# Family affair
'I'd be happier if we won it for him' - seeking glory for Galway club with two-time All-Ireland winner Dad
Sarsfields are looking to dethrone the All-Ireland champions Slaughtneil in the senior camogie club decider.
# Camogie
Galway roll on as Clare claim shock win over Kilkenny
The Banner secured a 1-9 to 0-10 triumph over Kilkenny.
# out of the wilderness
'It's great to be back competing at inter-county level' - Cavan camogie team return after almost a decade
Breffni captain Erinn Galligan is relishing the long-awaited comeback.
# cuala buala
'They are like chalk and cheese, it's like good cop and bad cop' - new Dublin management
Sky Blues camogie star Laura Twomey on the new management duo, a new campaign and new rules.
# Winner winner
Waterford double All-Star leads the way as incredible UL complete Drive for Five
Player of the Match Beth Carton bagged 1-6 in the Ashbourne Cup final, as UCC suffered decider heartbreak yet again.
# Camogie
Carton's dramatic late goal sets up UL against UCC in Ashbourne Cup final
The Waterford star was the hero for UL today.
# New Rules
'We were kind of wrapped in cotton wool. We all want to be on par with the lads' - Kilkenny star
All-Ireland winning defender Grace Walsh is pleased with camogie’s rule changes for the 2020 league.
# Shooting Stars
Keep an eye: 8 players to watch at the Ashbourne Cup weekend
Waterford IT hosts the massive third-level camogie competition – and UL are chasing five-in-a-row.