Tipp camogie star Walsh recovering after horror injury

Tipperary camogie player Nicole Walsh is recovering at home after her frightening injury caused the abandonment of Saturday evening’s All-Ireland Championship meeting of Tipp and Waterford at The Ragg.

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Champions Cork impress while Kilkenny and Limerick also open camogie championship campaign with wins

Kilkenny turned around their National League final reverse at the hands of Galway coming out two-point winners in their championship opener today.

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Gallery: Féile camogie success for Cork's Éire Óg

The John West Féile Division 1 Camogie title remains in Cork as Éire Óg ended Sarsfields’ bid for four in-a-row an exciting final at Castle Road.

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‘We are not afraid of change and we’re not afraid of the challenge’

The Camogie Association is “not afraid of change” as players demand rule changes to improve the game as a spectacle.

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‘They are not going to take the heads off each other’

All-Ireland winning manager Paudie Murray hopes that camogie bosses will act on the feedback they received at the weekend’s specially convened ‘Feedback Forum’ in Dublin.

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Survey shows 82% of camogie players in favour of trialling new rules

A WGPA survey has shown that 82% of inter-county camogie players are in favour of trialling new rules to bring the game more in line with how hurling is officiated.

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Camogie needs to change with the times

It’s another couple of months before Sinéad McNulty commences her role as chief executive of the Camogie Association but what should be at the top of her inbox is obvious: the outdated rules that govern the game.

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Galway turn it on to end Kilkenny reign

Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 Final: Galway 0-16 Kilkenny 2-8

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Teen tyro Morrissey a growing force for Kilkenny

Danielle Morrissey may not turn 19 until next month, but she is already in her third season with a Kilkenny squad that is bidding for a fourth consecutive Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 title, against Galway, in Croke Park tomorrow (throw-in 12pm noon).

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Avoiding relegation the immediate priority for Kennedy

Wexford camogie are hopeful a difficult few months is behind them following the appointment of Barry Kennedy as senior manager.

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Magnificent Slaughtneil secure three in a row

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

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We have been willing this all our lives, says Foxe on Croker return

Chloe Foxe is taking time out from completing a college assignment to chat. The conversation flows, the 21-year-old at ease with discussing sport and life.

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Camogie round-up: Semi-final line-up complete after weekend action

Kilkenny will resume their rivalry with Cork and Galway will take on Limerick in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 semi-finals

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Camogie round-up: Division 1 semi-finalists decided

All that is to be determined in Group 2 now is who will advance as top seeds, with Cathal Murray’s troops playing host next weekend to All-Ireland champions Cork, who also boast a 100 per cent record from three rounds.

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Wexford camogie search for new boss

Wexford camogie are confident of having a new senior manager in place for their next league outing on Sunday, February 17.

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Slaughtneil achievements deserve more recognition, says McKinley

Slaughtneil camogie manager Dominic ‘Woody’ McKinley has described what he feels is a ‘disgraceful’ lack of recognition in the wider media for his team as they prepare to create history by winning three consecutive All-Ireland titles when they face Wexford’s St Martin’s in a few weeks.

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St Martin's to to face three-in-row chasing Slaughtneil in camogie decider

It wasn’t looking good for St Martin’s at half-time, as they led by just 0-5 to 0-4

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Camogie round-up: Dolan’s perfect 10 puts Galway on their way

Defending champions Kilkenny and Clare had wins while All-Ireland champions Cork had an unscheduled day off following the postponement of their tie with Wexford.

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Added spice as old friends become foes for a day

St Martin’s and Inniscarra wouldn’t have required too many scouting reports or video analysis sessions ahead of tomorrow’s All-Ireland senior club camogie semi-final. The Leinster and Munster champions go head to head in Carriganore, Waterford (2pm), but this last-four tie won’t be the first time the pair have crossed paths.

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Paudie Murray: Camogie must ‘move towards hurling rules’

Cork camogie manager Paudie Murray has overseen sweeping changes in how players train and prepare at the elite level in the 21st century.

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Camogie bosses not planning playing rules change despite criticism

The Camogie Association’s four-year development plan, to be launched in 2019, will not address potential changes to the playing rules, despite widespread calls for the rulebook to be overhauled following Sunday’s All-Ireland final.

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Aoife Murray: Emotions ran high in All-Ireland win

Her Cork future is something she will decide another day but captain Aoife Murray was happy if emotional to reveal a key motivating factor for her on Sunday.

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Time for female sports to accentuate the positives and eliminate the negatives

That controversy is required for camogie to make the back pages frustrates Cork captain Aoife Murray.

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Kerry camogie - an underdog story

Jackie Horgan jokes that she has ‘turned’ her family by now.

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Cork and Kilkenny name teams for All-Ireland Camogie Final

It's the third year in a row that the two counties have contested the decider.

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Rebel stalwart Amy O’Connor wise beyond her years

Being “thrown in at the deep end” suited Amy O’Connor just fine. Rather than being inhibited by promotion to the Cork team while still a teenager, the St Vincent’s forward flourished with the responsibility placed on her young shoulders.

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Shelly Farrell: Cats bent on revenge for 2017 heartbreak

The pain of losing last year’s All-Ireland final has been the driving force behind the Kilkenny senior camogie team’s quest to reach this year’s decider.

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Camogie bosses hoping for 20,000 fans as Cork and Kilkenny renew rivalry

Over 20,000 fans are expected to attend Sunday’s All-Ireland camogie finals at Croke Park.

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Camogie boss Paudie Murray pleads for forward thinking

Cork manager Paudie Murray is concerned camogie is becoming too defensive and similar to football, people will tune out.

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Revenge not on agenda for Cats ahead of camogie decider

Revenge for last year’s smash-and-grab defeat cannot be Kilkenny’s motivation for Sunday’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie final, according to their manager Ann Downey.

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