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An update of Division Two Camogie in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League so far

Last weekend’s fixtures of Division Two Camogie saw some hard fought matches for our ladies in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League.  In Group One, Antrim maintained their unbeaten home record in the season so far with  a convincing win over Carlow with 2-10 to 13 points victory.  Westmeath eased their way to a win over Wexford,…

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Launch Of The 2018 Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues, Dublin 10/1/2018
Pictured today at the launch of the 2018 Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues is (L-R) Michelle Teehan (Kilkenny), Rebecca Hennelly (Galway), Sarah Harding (Offaly), Alex Griffen (Dublin), Orlaith Duggan (Clare), Anna Geary (Littlewoods Ireland Ambassador), Laura O’Neill (Limerick), Orla O’Dwyer (Tipperary), Brianna O’Reagan (Waterford), Emma Brennan (Carlow), Aoife Murray (Cork), Sarah O’Connor and Megan Thynne (Meath)
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Last weekend’s fixtures of Division Two Camogie saw some hard fought matches for our ladies in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League. 

In Group One, Antrim maintained their unbeaten home record in the season so far with  a convincing win over Carlow with 2-10 to 13 points victory. 

Westmeath eased their way to a win over Wexford, beating the yellow bellies 5-13 to 3 points.

Elsewhere it was a tricky match between table toppers Cork, when they took on the Mournewomen of Down, who are currently bottom of the Group One table. Cork had already secured three wins over Carlow, Antrim and Wexford, so they were in confident form.

They maintained that lead throughout and in the end the Rebels edged victory over Down with an 11 points to 9 win. 

Elsewhere in Group 2 of Division 2, it was a draw for the women of Derry and Dublin, with the scoreline ending 1-14 (Derry) to 2-11 (Dublin) a piece.

Kilkenny defeated Armagh in an easy win, with 1-17 to 6 points, with an Aisling Nolan goal acting as the icing on the cake for the Cats. 

Tipperary held onto victory over Laois with a one point win, after a close match, ending with 1-10 to 2-6 to Tipperary. This victory for Tipp have them placed at the top of the league table for Group 2, after their fourth win in a row. They now have their eyes on one of the semi final spots. 

Looking ahead to next weekend, it will be a busy Easter weekend for some the teams. In Group 1, the Rebels will take on Westmeath at home, and Wexford will face Carlow. Down will go on to clash with their neighbours Antrim. For Group 2, Dublin will meet with Laois, and Armagh will face Kildare. There is also a guaranteed interesting battle in a local derby between Kilkenny and Tipperary.  

 

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Ellen McConville

Typically found on the sidelines or in Croke Park, Ellen is the Sports Content Editor for Littlewoods Ireland and your go-to gal for all things GAA. A big lover of all things Christy Moore, fashion and some wine and cheese as well.

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