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Super sub Jackman stuns Saints

Super sub Jackman stuns Saints

All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Club Final ( copy over page 2 and 3 please) Gailltír 1-13 Saint Rynagh’s 0-13 Úna Jackman smashed a match-winning goal in the fourth minute of injury time to snatch victory for Gailltír in the AIB All-Ireland Intermediate Club Camogie Final at Croke Park on Sunday. 12 months on from a...
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A Tale of Two Matches

A Tale of Two Matches

All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Club Final On March 3rd 2019 there was heartbreak and tears for Gailltír after they suffered a one-point defeat to Down champions Clonduff in the All-Ireland Intermediate camogie final at Croke Park.Clonduff had experienced team captain Paula O’Hagan to the fore. She hit six of her...
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Stormy Weather blows fixtures away

Stormy Weather blows fixtures away

Brian Flannery Storm Dennis caused havoc with the weekend’s fixtures with Waterford’s trip to Limerick first postponed from the original Saturday afternoon slot to Sunday afternoon before eventually being cancelled altogether.The Waterford hurlers were already on the team bus waiting to depart on Saturday afternoon...
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Gailltír aim for Croker return

Gailltír aim for Croker return

All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Club Semi-Final Gailltir v Clonduff (Sunday, Clane 2pm) Gailltír head into next Sunday’s semi-final determined to avenge last year’s defeat at the hands of Clonduff and reach the All-Ireland Intermediate club final for the second year in a row. Last March on a freezing cold afternoon...
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National Hurling League

National Hurling League

Waterford v Cork Sunday, Walsh Park, 2pm Walsh Park could be set for its biggest attendance in a long number of years for a National Hurling League game when Waterford and Cork do battle on Sunday. Just short of 3,000 paying supporters made their way to Fraher Field for the Munster Senior League clash over the...
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Camogie Fixtures 2019

Camogie Fixtures 2019

Fergal O’Brien’s Waterford Senior Camogie team have been drawn in a group of death the National Camogie League which gets underway in February. Nine teams will compete in this year’s division one league split into two groups one of five, the other of four, a change from the two groups of five last year. Wexford were...
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