LONG-SERVING captain Sabrina Larkin has played at Senior level for more than a decade for Tipperary without much tangible success and there was no hiding her joy as she delivered her speech after the Premiers bagged their first Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 2 title.
CAOIMHE SHIELS hit Limerick for two goals and Siobhán Hurley contributed eight points as Kildare garnered the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues Division 3 title at the St Rynagh's grounds in Banagher.
Talented teenagers Amy Byrne and Sarah Fleming could see action for Laois in today's All-Ireland minor camogie 'B' semi-final against Derry after arriving home from a major basketball tournament in Greece last night.
SHE did not have to return to the fold, having taken a year out after more than a decade representing Kildare but Siobhán Hurley did not feel comfortable walking away for good in the Lilies' time of need.
National Go Games Week should see 60,000 children getting an opportunity to play in blitzes in each of the 32 counties during the school Easter holidays to mark the start of the 2019 Go Games playing season.
The Final pairings of Divisions 2 and 3 of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues have been decided, as 14-player Tipperary got the better of last year's runners-up Westmeath by 3-9 to 1-12 in a thriller to set up a clash with Kilkenny in the second-tier decider
SIX days after coming on as a sub for Gailltír in their agonising one-point All-Ireland Intermediate Club Final defeat to Clonduff at Croke Park, Aoife Fitzgerald scored two goals and three points in the Masita All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools' Senior A Final at Donaghmore Ashbourne.
SHE may have been player of the match for a second year in a row but a shivering Tina Hannon, glad to have escaped the heavy snowfall outside, quite rightly emphasised the collective culture as Slaughtneil of Derry claimed a famous third AIB All-Ireland Senior Camogie title in succession and sealed a stunning Ulster double, after Down side Clonduff's earlier Intermediate success.
TINA HANNON scored a goal and six points and was named player of the match for the second year in succession as Slaughtneil completed a remarkable AIB All-Ireland Senior Club Championship three-in-a-row while the snow fell at Croke Park.