Brian Dowling has admitted that his charges have a lot to work on but was focusing on the positives while also praising the Limerick fervour that caused his Kilkenny side so many problems before they dug out a 2-10 to 0-13 victory in Saturday's Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 quarter-final at St Brendan's Park in Birr.
Bill Mullaney cut a satisfied figure as his consistently improving Tipperary team produced one of their most rounded performances for some time to defeat Offaly by 4-17 to 0-13 and set up a Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 semi-final with Kilkenny at Nowlan Park next week, with Galway and Cork completing a mouth-watering double-header.
'That was absolutely ridiculous!' - see Meath captain Kristina Troy make a block with her bare hands after losing her hurl in the Littlewoods League clash with Dublin. Commentary by Jerome Quinn and Sile Nic Coitir from Live Stream coverage for Dublin Camogie.
Cork confirmed their place in the final Littlewoods Camogie League Division 1 sextet in the following their 3-15 to 1-13 triumph over 14-woman Waterford at Walsh Park. The table toppers will be joined from Group 2 by Tipperary, who had done enough by defeating the Déise in the previous round.
A brace of goals from skipper Amy O'Connor allied to a power-packed performance by Chloe Sigerson enabled Cork to keep Tipperary at bay in their opening Division 1 Group 2 tie at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, as the Littlewoods Camogie League got under way.
The Camogie Association has confirmed plans to redraw its 2021 fixtures schedule after 53% of clubs voted in favour of a split-season format, the inter-county leagues which get underway this weekend and All-Ireland championships taking place before the club window opens.
Cúl Sliotars have launched five vintage collection GAA jerseys in support of Hurling for Cancer Research, an annual charity match organised by legendary racehorse trainer Jim Bolger and three-time champion jockey Davy Russell.
The Gaelic Players Association (GPA) welcome the Camogie Association's decision to take seven days to reflect on their proposed season structure. We are willing to work with them towards finding a satisfactory resolution to allow all players, both club and county, get back on to pitches across the country without any further controversy.
The Camogie Association has decided to begin the 2021 campaign with the Littlewoods National Leagues on 15 May before switching to the AIB Club Championships and then finishing off with the All-Ireland Inter County Championships in their efforts to provide "as much camogie to as many girls as possible in the remaining eight months of the year".
The green light has been given for adult club training to return in the Republic of Ireland from 10 May, while games will resume four weeks later on 7 June, athough no spectators are allowed to attend.