Newmarket-on-Fergus are remarkably contesting their tenth final in eleven seasons this weekend. But having lost the last four including three-in-a-row to Saturday’s opponents Inagh-Kilnamona, they will have to use all of their undoubted powers of resilience and endurance to get back to the top according to captain Aimee McInerney.
The timely litmus test for both contenders was eventually edged by Newmarket-on-Fergus after firing the last four points to progress to a sixth consecutive Clare senior camogie championship final.
*Hazel McMahon. Public stereotypes of bodybuilders are incorrect as they do not take into account the mental and physical battles endured by athletes according to Hazel McMahon who has represented her country in the sport which is one she fell in love with after health scares.
*Aimee McInerney breaks away from Granagh/Ballingarry’s Fiona Morrissey during the 2015 Munster club championship semi-final. Photograph: Veronica McMahon Concussions, sprains and bruises, it would need to take a lot more to stop Aimee McInerney from lining out for her beloved Newmarket-on-Fergus on county final day.