Clare schools celebrated provincial success on the camogie field. 

St Joseph’s Tulla were crowned Munster Senior B camogie league champions. A stirring second half from the East Clare side saw them overcome St Flannan’s College at an early Sunday morning fixture at the grounds of Éire Óg in Ennis winning 3-12 2-02.

Despite holding a 2-02 0-05 half-time lead, St Flannan’s failed to score in the entire second half with Éabha McInerney’s goal giving Tulla the lead for the first time which they refused to let go of. The school will be hoping to remain on a high when their Harty Cup hurlers face off with De La Salle in Mallow on Saturday.

There was also silverware for St Caimin’s of Shannon in the Munster Senior D final. The Kaci Toomey captained side prevailed against Coachford College on a score of 3-08 2-04.

On Thursday evening, Coláiste Muire welcomed Nenagh to Caherlohan where they recorded 1-08 1-06 win, Crusheen’s Mary Hanrahan finished the tie with 1-02 as the Ennis school were crowned Munster Senior B champions for the first time. The school is aspiring for further success when their Junior side travels to Littleton for a 2:30pm start on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Clooney/Quin’s involvement in the Munster intermediate club championship ended with a 4-12 1-08 defeat to Kerry champions Clanmaurice on Saturday.

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