More Hurling and camogie news

All-Ireland camogie final places up for grabs

Séamas McAleenan
Tesco All-Ireland schools’ Junior A semi-final: Saturday February 15 12pm in Clonakilty: Sacred Heart, Clonakilty v Presentation, Athenry 1pm in Dicksboro: Loreto, Kilkenny v Cross and Passion, Ballycastle LORETO, Kilkenny are double Leinster champions – again.

Camogie: Scoil Mhuire, Trim v St Patrick’s, Dungannon too close to call

Séamas McAleenan
Tesco All-Ireland Senior C semi-final replay: Friday 1pm in Trim: Scoil Mhuire, Trim v St Patrick’s, Dungannon AFTER almost every drawn knock-out game played, questions will surface in players’ minds as to whether or not there is more left in them, whether or not the team can play better, whether or not their chance has gone.

Greencastle Wolfe Tone’s: back to where we all belong

Padraig O Meiscill
STEPHEN McCourt, Michael McLarnon and Aodhán Moloney are fresh out of a meeting with the Gaelfast initiative when they arrive at An Cultúrlann on Belfast’s Falls Road to update The Irish News on their project.

Camogie Review: Down off to the perfect start

Séamas McAleenan
Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Div 1: Group 1 Cork 1-18 Waterford 1-12 Offaly 1-3 Clare 2-7 A FIRST half goal from Saoirse McCarthy proved a crucial score as Cork got their noses in front before pulling away to a 1-18 o 0-12 triumph over Waterford in the opening Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 tie at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday.