KILMESSAN capitalised on their second bite of the cherry to become AIB All-Ireland Junior Club Camogie champions for the second time after a strong second half performance against a resolute Clanmaurice at Silvermines.
MEGAN THYNNE attributed Kilmessan's second AIB All-Ireland Junior Club Camogie Championship success to the strength of the squad and unity of purpose, rather than the performances of a handful of elite operators.
It was Camogie with a difference at the XV Hortaleza Rugby Club in chilly Madrid but entertainment value remained high for those in attendance, as the 2016 All-Stars came out on top of an old-fashioned shootout.
A brilliant goal by Aileen Donnelly with just seconds of the three allotted minutes of injury time remaining rescued Kilmessan and denied Clanmaurice, ensuring that the AIB All-Ireland Junior Club Camogie Final goes to a replay next Sunday.
The Camogie Association and Liberty Insurance are delighted to announce that the first ever Liberty Insurance Camogie All-Stars Tour will take this year with Madrid being announced as the destination for the inaugural trip.
JOHN DAVIS has worked the oracle once more as Meath made the most of their second bite of the cherry to win the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Final replay at the Gaelic Grounds and secure their place at the top tier next year.
Cork and Meath do battle in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Final Replay at the Gaelic Grounds tomorrow but not all those travelling from the south-west will be barracking for the Rebels.
CORK reserved their best performance of the past 12 months to record an extraordinary victory over champions Kilkenny and move past Dublin on the roll of honour with 27 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championships
There was a controversial ending to this afternoon's All-Ireland intermediate camogie final when referee Liz Dempsey blew her final whistle as Meath's Megan Tynne was about to score the winning point against Cork.