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Championship tweets: The Village celebratesIt's probably safe to assume that there is no shortage of sore heads around the country this morning following yesterday's club final schedule.
Tipperary Camogie NotesA young Cahir team powered to victory in the last 10 minutes of this exciting Camogie final in the Ragg on Saturday last.
Westmeath Camogie NotesThe minor games have progressed in the past week and some outstanding games have been played.
Tipperary Camogie NotesBurgess/duharra won their third championship in a row with a well deserved win against old rivals Drom & inch.
Tara Make it Six in a RowThe result was to say the least flattering but Tara were well deserving of the title for the sixth time in succession when they produced a quality second half performance
64 Camogie clubs get ready for Camán to CrokerCamán to Croker in association with Torpey Hurleys will take place on Saturday October 18th in Croke Park with 64 clubs attending this year's event as part of the 110th anniversary celebrations of the Camogie Association.
Waterford Camogie NotesThis year's U16 A final was played between De la Salle and Gailltir in Walsh Park on Sunday 12th October.

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