The Tipperary ladies footballers requested their semi-final be put back a week to avoid O’Dwyer having to choose between codes, but when this request was not acceded to, the football management took the decision out of O’Dwyer’s hands and released her to play camogie this Saturday.
Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald has reacted to last weekend’s shock defeat at the hands of Armagh by making five changes in personnel for tomorrow's All-Ireland Ladies Football quarter-final against Tyrone at Duggan Park, Ballinasloe.
The Waterford camogie squad feel that five days’ notice for Sunday’s rescheduled All Ireland championship clash with Cork is disrespectful to players and have sought a meeting with the association to ensure that this situation doesn't happen again.
Cork manager Paudie Murray may look at making changes for his side’s trip to Trim to play Meath in Saturday’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship, but that should not be interpreted as the Rebels taking anything for granted.
A Six Nations standout, All-Ireland winner, GAA All-Star, and an International Rules debutant are sprinkled among a stellar collection of 11 sporting talents to be recognised for their achievements in the past year by UCC this evening.
Dual star Libby Coppinger has spoken about the difficulties of getting dragged into a high-profile college versus county row between the managers of the Cork senior camogie team and UCC’s women’s football side.
Aoife Murray is the new captain of All-Ireland camogie champions Cork, who begin their Littlewoods Ireland League campaign against Galway at Cork Camogie Grounds tomorrow. A sister of manager Paudie and former All-Ireland-winning Rebel hurler Kevin, the 34-year-old Cloughduv goalkeeper is going into her 17th year at senior level and hoping to add to