Not even the inclement weather could dampen down the real homecoming as Inagh-Kilnamona eased into a third Munster Senior Camogie Final in four seasons in Inagh on Sunday afternoon.
Her jersey number could have easily denoted her match rating as Andrea O’Keeffe may have been worn 10 and started at centre-forward but popped up everywhere between 5 to 15 in a match-defining roaming role for Inagh-Kilnamona on Saturday afternoon.
Inagh-Kilnamona stormed back to the summit of Clare Camogie after a blissfully clincial performance garnered a fourth McMahon Cup in five seasons in Fr. McNamara Park on Saturday afternoon.
Inagh-Kilnamona did finally justify their favourite’s tag to tee up a fifth senior camogie final meeting with Newmarket-on-Fergus in six years but only after a mammoth 80 minute battle with neighbours Kilmaley in Fr. McNamara Park on Saturday evening.
*Clare Hehir celebrates in front of her UL teammates. Photograph: ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo UL were crowned Ashbourne Cup champions for the fifth year in succession on Sunday with six Clare members of their panel.
*Laura Twomey gets past Chloe Morey & Eimear Kelly. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s involvement in the 2019 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie championship has concluded following Saturday’s draw with Dublin.
*Ciara Grogan, Aoife Keane, Andrea O’Keeffe, Clare Hehir, Doireann Murphy, John Lenihan. Five Clare players collected Ashbourne Cup medals on Sunday as the University of Limerick won their fourth title in succession. Captained by Inagh/Kilnamona duo Aoife Keane and Clare Hehir, UL defeated UCC 3-08 0-08 in Mallow on Sunday with Galway’s Niamh Hanniffy netting …
For the fourth year in a row, Clare have lost their opening game in the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship. Galway 1-16 Clare 0-09 Venue: Pearse Stadium Missed chances and poor distribution from Clare were costly as they slumped to a ten point defeat at the hands of Galway on Saturday evening in their opening game …