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May 18, 2022
Tipperary Camogie have issued a rallying call for a big home support this Saturday as the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Junior and Senior Championship begins. Tipperary will welcome Cavan to the County Camogie Grounds for their opening game of the All-Ireland Junior Championship with throw in at 2 pm. At 5pm for the third time in a number of weeks Tipperary and Clare will meet in a crucial opening clash of the Senior Championship. After the disappointment of defeat at the hands of Clare in both the s..

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May 18, 2022
St Mary’s Camogie Club PRO Karen Ferris details the success of the ‘Mamogies’ in the club.St. Mary’s Hurling and Camogie club has established a very successful Mothers & Others camogie group. A long established and successful club, St. Mary's of Clonmel reformed the camogie side of the club last year setting up the only camogie club in the urban town of Clonmel. It's initial focus was on building a sustainable base, starting with offering training to young new..

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May 10, 2022
Senior League Semi-finals Drom-Inch 5-24Nenagh Eire Og 1-02It was a very one-sided affair in Drom-Inch GAA on Saturday last as Drom-Inch blitzed an under strength and very young Nenagh Eire Og outfit to march into the league final. The county champions dominated from the offset with Mary Bourke excellent in attack and together with Anne Eviston and Antoinette Kennedy the points started to fire over. Two first half goals from Mary Bourke and Anne Eviston increased Drom-Inch’s lead with..

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May 10, 2022
Munster Under 16A Final. Tipperary 3-06 Cork 2-18 The Munster U16 A final took place last Friday evening in Kilmallock GAA. Cork started at a ferocious level and quickly raced into a commanding lead. Runners from midfield and wing forward were splitting the Tipperary defence causing all sorts of problems. Early points from Emer Dwan kept Tipperary in touch along with a well taken Ciara O’ Hora goal. Cork however gained control again with a massive 2-13 to 1-03 halftime lead ..

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May 10, 2022
Junior A League FinalKiladangan 2-10Holycross Ballycahill 1-10 (AET) All roads led to Puckane for the Junior A League County Final between Holycross Ballycahill and Kiladangan. The spectators were treated for a cracker of a game with extra time needed before a winner could be declared. Kiladangan’s Maria Minehan opened the scoring with a point from play, moments later Elaine Brennan levelled the score with a point for Holycross Ballycahill. Kiladangan’s Emma Mulqueen and Eva Sey..

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May 05, 2022
Munster Semi-final ReplayAfter 60 minutes of camogie in FBD Semple Stadium last Sunday Tipperary and Clare could not be separated. A late goal looked to have sealed victory for Clare but Grace O ‘Brien had the final say with the crucial equalising point. The sides will now meet again this Sunday in the TUS Gaelic Grounds Limerick at 11.30amMunster U 16 A FinalAll roads lead to Kilmallock this Friday evening where the Tipperary U16 A team will take on Cork in the Munster Final. John Ryan&rs..

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May 05, 2022
Boherlahan Dualla 1-07Brian Borus 0-01The Feile A final was rearranged for 5pm Monday May 2nd in Moyle Rovers GAA, Monroe. Boherlahan opened the scoring with a point from Abbie Horgan but this was quickly followed by a point by Brian Borus midfielder Isobell O' Donnell. Boherlahan began to pressurize the Brian Borus defence with  goalkeeper Amy O' Brien making several important first half interventions. Points from Doireann Ryan and Abbie Horgan left the score at 0-03 to 0-01 in fav..

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April 25, 2022
Munster Senior Championship Quarter FinalTipperary 1-17Limerick 0-08Tipperary were comprehensive winners of the opening round of the Munster senior championship and will now face Clare this Sunday in the Munster semi-final in Semple Stadium @12pm as part of a double header with Cork and Clare featuring afterwards in the Munster hurling championship. Tipperary played with the aid of a strong breeze and set the tone early on scoring freely to lead at the interval 0-11 to 0-02. Cait Devane had the ..

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April 21, 2022
This weekend is a big weekend for Tipperary Camogie with 4 teams in action in the Munster championship. On Saturday, both our minor and senior team are away to Limerick while on Sunday the U16 A side travel to take on Waterford while our Junior side welcome Clare to the County Camogie Grounds.Munster Senior ChampionshipTipperary VS Limerick Saturday April 23rd @ 5pm, TUS Gaelic GroundsThis year more than ever there is a real buzz surrounding the upcoming Munster championship due to cooperation o..

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April 20, 2022
Last month Ballybacon Grange GAA and Camogie club started a fantastic new initiative in their club. Camogie Club PRO Niamh Carrigan reports on what has been a huge success for all involved.'Together as a mighty club in Ballybacon Grange we have organised a fantastic programme each Saturday for kids with additional needs. “Hurling , Camogie and fun”Our club saw the need for inclusion of all members in our community. This includes fun, laughter ,smiles , hurling , camogie , water p..

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