Group 2 Senior Camogie
Tipperary 1-12 Cork 1-27
Offaly 1-18 Wexford 1-12
Meath 0-08 Dublin 2-11
Group 1 Intermediate Camogie
Derry 0-11 Cork 0-11
Laois 1-06 Carlow 0-09
Group 2 Intermediate Camogie
Westmeath 2-13 Kilkenny 2-07
Kildare 0-06 Galway 4-18
Tipperary walkover v Antrim
A review of these games will be available on the website tomorrow.
By Mark Casserly
Galway v Kilkenny, Sunday, 8th July, Semple Stadium, Thurles, 3pm So many questions. That’s what we were left with after last week’s game. We thought it would have provided us with some...
By Mark Casserly Current Westmeath hurling selector and former Westmeath footballer Alan Mangan was last night announced as the Labour party’s candidate for the next general election in the...
When I was a young girl I wanted to be the Liverpool manager when I grew up – please don’t laugh, I was after all, just a child. As I got older I loved giving my opinion on soccer, GAA and rugby...
By Mark Casserly Saturday June 30th Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship Group 1 Galway 3-14 Limerick 1-11 Kilkenny 1-13 Waterford 0-10 Kilkenny and Galway maintained their perfect...
On Day 1 of our summer camp at Moate GAA Club we were greeted to lovely sunshine as everyone that took part had a brilliant day with all our coaches. Tipperary’s Jason Forde showed...
By Mark Casserly Carlow became the inaugral winners of the Joe McDonagh Cup and gained promotion to next year’s Leinster championship after a 2-26 to 1-24 win over Westmeath at Croke Park. Colm...
Galway v Kilkenny, Croke Park, 4pm, Sunday, 1st July Well hello again. I don’t know about you, but after the deluge of action we had in May and the early stages of June, it seems like ages since...
By Mark Casserly Hurling Sunday 1 July Leinster SHC final (RTÈ) Galway v Kilkenny, Croke Park, 4pm – Verdict: Galway Munster SHC final (RTÈ) Cork v Clare, Semple Stadium, 2pm – Verdict:...
Hands up who is loving the current weather? Yes we are experiencing a heatwave but after the snow we had in February and March it’s nice to have more than two days of sun; that’s your usual Irish...