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SportsGirls Camogie Podcast Episode 5 reviewing Championship week 1

 

In this week’s Sportsgirls Camogie Podcast pundits Carol O’Leary and Adrian O’Sullivan review the weekend’s action in the first round of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championship.

They both gave their opinions on what they learned from the first weekend. County’s poor coverage on their social media accounts was also discussed while officiating came up again.

The first Player of the Week was named while Carol and Adrian both previewed the weekend’s games.

 

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06Jun
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The Big Apple awaits Camogie All Stars

On your marks, get set, go!…It’s an exciting day for the Camogie Association of Ireland, as the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championship was launched today (Thursday the 6th of June)...

09May
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Sportsgirls pundits give honest assessment on each county’s league campaign

On this week’s Sportsgirls Podcast former Mayo All-Ireland winning captain Diane O’Hora and former Donegal player Nadine Doherty went through every division in the Lidl Ladies Football League and gave...

09May
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Fermanagh’s Division 4 title win augurs well for the championship

On this week’s Sportsgirls Podcast pundits Nadine Doherty and Diane O’Hora praised Fermanagh after they claimed the Lidl Ladies Division 4 title with a one point win over Ulster rivals Antrim. It was...

09May
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Sligo going to find it hard to get over heavy league final defeat

After watching Sligo fall to a 13 point defeat in the Lidl Ladies Division 3 Final to Meath last Saturday both Nadine Doherty and Diane O’Hara believe it will be tough for them to lift their spirits...

09May
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Desire and a potent forward line helped Waterford gain promotion

For Sportsgirls Podcast pundits Nadine Doherty and Diane O’Hora Waterford’s hunger to succeed, as well as a potent forward line proved to be the difference as they defeated their Munster rivals Kerry...

09May
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Time for Galway to lose the ‘nearly team’ tag

Former Mayo All-Ireland winning captain Diane O’Hora admits Galway have to lose the ‘nearly team’ tag if they want to be successful. Last Sunday the Tribeswomen were beaten in the Division 1 Final...

07May
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SportsGirls Podcast review all four League Finals

On this week our final episode of the league season we look back at the four finals from the weekend. We are joined this week by Diane O’Hora and Nadine Doherty or regular pundits alongside our host...

03May
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Doherty questions where Dublin are at

Following on from their Division 1 semi-final defeat to Cork last weekend, Sportstalk pundit Nadine Doherty has posed questions about where the reigning All-Ireland champions are at at the moment. The...

03May
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Free takers will be the key in the Division 4 Final

The Division 4 Final has thrown up a surprise meeting between Antrim and Fermanagh. Many predicted Louth and Limerick to win their respective semi-finals, and set up a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland...