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Who to look out for in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Semi-Finals!

Keep an eye out for them!

With the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues in full flow, we now have our four Semi-Finalists!

Next weekend, Kilkenny and Cork will ignite their old rivalry as they face each other in a bid for a spot in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Final. Galway will clash with Limerick, which is set to be an interesting encounter as both teams have thrived throughout their League campaigns! Here are some players that you should look out for in the Semi-Finals!

Aoife Donohue – Galway

In recent years, Donohue has proved herself as one the best forwards in the country. Steller performances in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues and Liberty Insurance Camogie Championship have resulted in Aoife earning herself two All-Stars wins.

A hard worker on the pitch with incredible pace, Donohue has already made a brilliant impression in this years Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues. With a spot in the League Final now up for grabs and with Donohue on Galway’s forward line, their hopes are high this year. A phenomenal all-rounder, she is definitely a player to look out for!

Chloe Sigerson – Cork

Having won the Intermediate Soaring Star Award 2016, Chole Sigerson has progressed to senior level and has soared ever since. Her All-winning performance last year earned her a nomination for player of the year 2018 and an All-Star award.

Cork are currently topping the top of the table in Group 2 of Division One in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues, having played four games, won three and drawn one. The next challenge for Cork will be Kilkenny, their oldest rivals and you can guarantee that Sigerson will feature in this game. She has the eye and accuracy to shoot from distance and plays an integral role within the Cork Camogie camp.

Niamh Mulcahy – Limerick

So far, Limerick have had an impressive run in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League as they remain unbeaten and are topping Group 1, Division 1 league table alongside current League Champions Kilkenny.

In their last clash against, Limerick’s full forward Niamh Mulcahy shone as she hit five points over the bar. Throughout her career with Limerick, Mulcahy has been phenomenal. She plays with class and accuracy, rarely failing to miss her mark.

Look out for her on our live stream of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues, with sharp shooting skills and pace, you will not miss her!

Katie Power – Kilkenny

Having joined the Kilkenny Camogie panel at only 16, Katie Power played in her first All-Ireland at only 17. She most notably hit the winning goal in last years All-Ireland Semi-Final to put the Cats in the All-Ireland decider.

Power is a player with strong determination and grit. She keeps her cool under serious pressure. Kilkenny are the current League champions are sitting top of the Group 2 League table alongside Limerick, who also have 6 points. Next up for them is a challenge against Offaly, a match they enter as hot favourites. Watch out for Power throughout the Littlewoods Ireland League, she is a player you can’t miss!

 

Throughout the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues, we have live streamed 3 games. We have had an amazing 65,000 views of our live-stream coverage, and it will continue to grow. Lauren Guilfoyle and Killian Whelan have been pitchside at each live-streamed game providing in-depth analysis and commentary. This weekend it continues, as we will be live streaming another match. Be sure to follow us on YouTubeFacebookInstagramTwitter and on blog.littlewoodsireland.ie for more information! 

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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