All Ireland Colleges Camogie Championship

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All Ireland Colleges Camogie Championship
Irish Craobhchomórtas na n-Íarbhun Scoileanna
Founded 1969
Trophy Corn Sceilge
Title holders Loreto, Kilkenny (3rd title)
First winner Presentation, Kilkenny
Most titles St Raphael’s, Loughrea (8 titles)

The All-Ireland Colleges Camogie Championship is an Irish camogie tournament played each year to determine the national champion secondary school or second level college.[1][2]

Since 1969 it has been administered by the Secondary Education committee of the Camogie Association. The current holders of the cup are Loreto, Kilkenny, who defeated St. Patrick's College, Maghera by 4-10 to 1-6 in the final on March 12, 2011 at Trim.[3] Miriam Walsh (Loreto, Kilkenny) was player of the match.

Graded Competitions[edit]

There are graded competitions for colleges at three different levels. In the 2011 All Ireland Senior B final Grennan College, Thomastown (4-10) defeated St Louis, Ballymena (3-3) in Trim. In the 2011 All Ireland Senior C final Castlecomer Community School (Kilkenny) (4-2) defeated St Pius X College Magherafelt (2-5) in Trim, Co Meath.

Trophy[edit]

The trophy is the Corn Sceilge in honour of Seán Ó Ceallaigh (1872-1959) (known as Sceilg, an acronym of his name in Irish: Seán S. Ó Ceallaigh), one of the members of the Keating Branch of the Gaelic League that participated in the first Camogie matches in 1904. The shape of the cup is on the lines of the Ardagh Chalice.

Participation Levels[edit]

There are 300 secondary schools participating in camogie competitions throughout Ireland and the Women in Sport projects run since 2004 have helped increase the number of secondary schools playing camogie.[4] Competitions are run on a provincial basis with provincial winners progressing to All Ireland semi-finals and finals at both junior (1st - 3rd year) and senior (4th - 6th year) level.

Schools Camogie Highlights[edit]

Prior to the establishment of an All Ireland competition in 1969, colleges competitions had been organized in Cork in 1914 and Dublin in 1919. Dublin and Cork colleges played an annual inter-city fixture. Dublin schools teams also participated in the Dublin league against club sides. In the inaugural competition in 1969, Presentation, Kilkenny defeated St Michael’s, Lurgan by 5-0 to 2-2 in the first All Ireland semi-final and in the final defeated St Aloysius, Cork, who had defeated St. Mary's, Tuam in the other semi-final. All Ireland finals were held at Croke Park until 1981. The first midweek final took place in 1998 at The Ragg in Thurles, the first sportsfield to be designated exclusively for camogie fixtures. Eileen O’Brien from St Mary’s, Charleville won nine All Ireland colleges medals, one junior, four senior and four seven-a-side colleges medals. She scored 0-11 in the 1995 final when she was 14.

Interprovincial[edit]

A colleges inter-provincial series has been played annually since 1979. The inaugural competition was won by Munster, defeating Connacht by 5-5 to 3-3 in the final with the help of a winning goal by Majella Hallinan.

Roll of Honour[edit]

[5]

County Wins Years won
St Raphael’s, Gort 8 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
St Mary’s, Charleville 7 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2006
Loreto, Kilkenny 4 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Presentation, Kilkenny 3 1969, 1970, 1995
Presentation College, Athenry 3 1974, 1975, 1978
Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 3 2003, 2004, 2005
St Brigid’s, Callan 3 1993, 2008, 2009
Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 2 1977, 1979
St Mary’s, Nenagh 2 1994, 2000
Sacred Heart, Newry 1 1971
Presentation, Oranmore 1 1972
Presentation, Mountmellick 1 1973
St Aloysius, Cork 1 1976
North Presentation, Cork 1 1980
St Patrick’s, Cork 1 1981
St Patrick’s, Shannon 1 1982
St John Of God, Artane 1 1983
Maryfield College, Drumcondra 1 1984
St Mary’s, Magherafelt 1 2007

All-Ireland Senior Colleges Camogie Finals[edit]

The first figure is the number of goals scored (equal to 3 points each) and the second total is the number of points scored, the figures are combined to determine the winner of a match in Gaelic Games

Year Date Winner Score Runner-up Score Venue Captain
1969 Apr 19 Presentation, Kilkenny 3-02 St Aloysius, Cork 1-03 Croke Park Mary Tallis
1970 Apr 18 Presentation, Kilkenny 2-03 Sacred Heart, Newry 1-01 Croke Park Liz Neary
1971 Apr 3 Sacred Heart, Newry 2-04 Presentation, Mountmellick 3-01 Croke Park
Replay May 1 Sacred Heart, Newry 3-02 Presentation, Mountmellick 2-01 Croke Park Anne McCone
1972 Apr 29 Presentation, Oranmore 6-01 St. Louis, Kilkeel 4-01 Croke Park Marie Murphy
1973 Presentation, Mountmellick 4-02 Presentation College, Athenry 1-02 Carmel Cottrell
1974 Apr 6 Presentation College, Athenry 3-01 St. Louis, Kilkeel 1-00 Croke Park Midge Poniard
1975 Apr 19 Presentation College, Athenry 7-04 St Brigid’s, Callan 2-04 Croke Park Midge Poniard
1976 Apr 10 Presentation, Mountmellick 2-02 Presentation College, Athenry 0-02 Croke Park Jacinta O’ Brien
1977 Apr 2 Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 2-02 Presentation College, Athenry 1-03 Croke Park Cora Hennessy
1978 Apr 15 Presentation College, Athenry 2-03 Loreto, Coleraine 2-02 Croke Park Anne Poniard
1979 Apr 7 Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 3-03 Presentation College, Athenry 1-03 Croke Park Majella Hallinan
1980 Apr 19 North Presentation, Cork 4-07 Assumption, Walkinstown 1-01 Croke Park Imelda Cronin
1981 Apr 4 St Patrick’s, Cork 1-03 Assumption, Walkinstown 0-05 Cashel Ann O’Mahony
1982 Apr 17 St Patrick’s, Shannon 1-07 St Raphael’s, Gort 1-04 Croke Park Caroline O’ Meara
1983 Apr 16 St John Of God, Artane 2-06 St Patrick’s, Cork 2-01 Belfield, Dublin Adele Campbell
1984 Mar 24 Maryfield College, Drumcondra 2-05 North Presentation, Cork 0-05 Croke Park Roisín Brady
1985 Mar 23 St Raphael’s, Gort 4-07 St Patrick’s, Cork 3-03 Cashel Deirdre Costello
1986 Apr 12 St Raphael’s, Gort 2-04 FCJ Bunclody 3-01 Croke Park
Replay Apr 19 St Raphael’s, Gort 3-05 FCJ Bunclody 0-04 Rathdowney Angela Cooney
1987 Apr 4 St Raphael’s, Gort 3-08 St Mary’s, Charleville 0-04 Cusack Park, Ennis Bríd Stratford
1988 Apr 16 St Raphael’s, Gort 2-13 FCJ Bunclody 1-05 Imelda Hobbins
1989 Apr 16 St Raphael’s, Gort 5-09 St Patrick’s, Keady 2-09 Donagh, Fermanagh Tríona Dolphin
1990 Apr 7 St Raphael’s, Gort 3-11 Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 2-00 O'Toole Park Imelda Maher
1991 Apr 20 St Raphael’s, Gort 3-06 Grennan College, Thomastown 0-00 Tullamore Siobhán Keane
1992 St Raphael’s, Gort 7-07 St Brigid’s, Callan 2-04 Pamela Nevin
1993 Apr 3 St Brigid’s, Callan 3-07 St Mary’s, Charleville 1-02 Sinéad Millea
1994 St Mary’s, Nenagh 1-10 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 1-02 Noelle Kennedy
1995 Apr 2 Presentation, Kilkenny 3-04 St Mary’s, Charleville 2-04 Tullamore Deirdre Phelan
1996 St Mary’s, Charleville 4-08 St Raphael’s, Gort 1-15 Deirdre Sheehan
1997 Apr 12 St Mary’s, Charleville 1-15 St Brigid’s, Loughrea 3-03 Tullamore Vera Sheehan
1998 St Mary’s, Charleville 1-11 Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 1-04 Sinéad Callaghan
1999 Apr 17 St Mary’s, Charleville 3-10 Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 0-05 Nenagh Caoimhe Harrington
2000 St Mary’s, Nenagh 3-06 Seamount, Kinvara 0-07 Mary Rose Ryan
2001 Apr 28 St Mary’s, Charleville 4-07 Loreto, Kilkenny 0-03 Littleton Niamh Bowles
2002 St Mary’s, Charleville 4-16 Portumna Community School 1-09 Aine Kelleher
2003 Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 5-07 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 0-03 Ciara O’ Connor
2004 Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 0-08 St Mary’s, Charleville 0-08
Replay Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 3-07 St Mary’s, Charleville 2-04 Ursula Jacob
2005 Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 1-08 St Mary’s, Charleville 2-03 Bronagh Furlong
2006 St Mary’s, Charleville 2-05 Presentation College, Athenry 2-05
Replay St Mary’s, Charleville 1-09 Presentation College, Athenry 0-04 Mary Coleman
2007 St Mary’s, Magherafelt 0-11 Presentation College, Athenry 3-02
Replay St Mary’s, Charleville 2-09 Presentation College, Athenry 2-06 Michaela Convery
2008 St Brigid’s, Callan 3-07 St Mary’s, Charleville 0-05 Leanne Fennelly
2009 St Brigid’s, Callan 1-11 Portumna Community School 1-06 Denise Gaule
2010[6] Mar 6 Loreto, Kilkenny 2-05 Blackwater CS, Lismore 1-07 Ardfinnan Aisling Dunphy
2011[7] Mar 12 Loreto, Kilkenny 4-10 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 1-06 Trim Aisling Curtis
2012[8] Mar 3 Loreto, Kilkenny 4-11 St Brigid’s, Loughrea 1-10 Templederry Claire Phelan
2013 Mar 9 Loreto, Kilkenny 1-11 St. Brigid's, Loughrea 1-06 Nenagh
2014 Mar 8 Presentation, Kilkenny 2-09 St Mary’s, Magherafelt 0-09 Parnells, Coolock

All-Ireland Senior B Colleges Camogie Finals[edit]

Year Date Winner Score Runner-up Score Venue Captain
1999 Apr 17 Sacred Heart, Clonakilty 3-13 Kilcormac Vocational 2-05 Nenagh Geraldine Collins
2000 St Patrick’s, Shannon 3-05 St Cuan’s, Castleblakeney 1-00 Siobhán Kelly
2001 St Brigid’s, Callan 2-05 Mercy, Woodford 1-04 Aoife Tracy
2002 Mercy, Waterford 2-08 Ard Scoil Mhuire, Ballinasloe 1-05 Mairéad Murphy
2003 Coachford College 1-05 Presentation College, Athenry 0-07 Joan Twomey
2004 St Rynagh’s, Banagher 2-07 St Raphael’s, Gort 0-07 Susan Earner
2005 Mercy, Woodford 2-06 Ursuline, Thurles 0-05 Phyllis Hayes
2006 St Fergal’s, Rathdowney 2-09 St Patrick’s, Keady 2-04 Eimear Delaney
2007 St Mary’s Nenagh 3-06 Castlecomer Community School 1-08 Aoife McLoughney
2008 Christ the King, Cork 2-12 St Killian’s, New Inn, Ballinasloe 3-06 Áine Moynihan
2009 Blackwater CS, Lismore 4-05 St MacNissi's Camlough Co Antrim 3-04 Jodie Walsh
2010 Mar 6 Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig 3-09 Borris VEC 2-05 Cahir Aisleen Sheehan
2011[9] Mar 12 Grennan College, Thomastown 4-09 St Louis, Ballymena 3-03 Trim Shauna Carroll
2012<[10] Mar 10 Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 0-11 Coachford College 1-04 Bushy Park Dungarvan
2013 Mar 9 St. Mary's, New Ross 3-09 Laurel Hill, Limerick 2-09 Nenagh
2014 Mar 8 Our Lady's, Templemore 2-14 Calasantus, Oranmore 1-06 Nenagh

All-Ireland Senior C Colleges Camogie Finals[edit]

Year Date Winner Score Runner-up Score Venue Captain
2006 Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig 1-06 Gort Community School 1-02 Maria O’ Donoghue
2007 Greenhill, Carrick On Suir 4-09 St. Brendan’s, Birr 1-04 Lisa Phelan
2008 Blackwater CS, Lismore 3-03 Sacred Heart, Tullamore 1-05 Sandra Prendergast
2009 St Colm's High School, Draperstown 1-09 Grennan College, Thomastown 0-11 Jodie Walsh
2010 Mar 6 Presentation, Thurles 3-18 Banagher College 1-03 Toomevara Eithne Moran
2011[11] Mar 12 Castlecomer CS 4-02 St Pius X College Magherafelt 2-05 Trim Orlaith Walsh
2012 Mar 24 Kinsale CS 3-06 St Mary’s Midleton 2-04 Camogie Grounds Cork
2013 Mar 9 Roscrea Community College 2-06 Colaiste na Sionna, Banagher 1-08 Birr
2014 Scoil na Trionoide Naofa, Doon 0-08 2-09 (R) Maryfield College 0-08 2-07 (R)

All-Ireland Senior D Colleges Camogie Finals[edit]

Year Date Winner Score Runner-up Score Venue Captain
2011[12] Feb 26 St Declan’s, Kilmacthomas 1-08 Mercy, Roscommon 0-08 Newcastle, Co Dublin Niamh Rockett
2012 Mar 4 Colaiste Iosagain 3-08 St Mary’s, Macroom 0-04 Templederry
2013 Mar 9 St. Joseph's, Tulla 2-16 Scoil Mhuire, Trim 3-07 Birr
2014 Mar 8 Glanmire CS 0-12 Dominican College, Dublin 0-11 Nenagh

All-Ireland Junior Colleges Camogie Finals[edit]

Year Date Winner Score Runner-up Score Venue Captain
1974 Apr 6 Presentation College, Athenry 3-00 North Presentation, Cork 0-00 Croke Park Bernie Duffy
1975 Apr 19 Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 4-00 Presentation, Terenure 1-00 Croke Park Midge Poniard
1976 Apr 10 Presentation College, Athenry 4-02 Sacred Heart (Christ the King), Cork 3-02 Croke Park Ann Delaney
1977 Apr 2 Presentation College, Athenry 4-01 Sacred Heart (Christ the King), Cork 1-03 Croke Park Anne Burke
1978 Apr 15 Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 2-03 Vocational Bawnboy 0-01 Croke Park Eithne Bonnar
1979 Apr 7 Mercy, Roscommon 1-02 Scoil Pól, Kilfinane 0-01 Croke Park Pauline O’ Connor
1980 Apr 19 Maryfield College, Drumcondra 2-03 De La Salle, Hospital 1-05 Croke Park Siobhán Bryson
1981 Apr 11 St. John Of God, Artane 4-00 St. Patrick’s, Cork 0-02 Nowlan Park Michelle Sleator
1982 Apr 17 Maryfield College, Drumcondra 3-09 St. Raphael’s, Gort 4-00 Croke Park Carmel O’ Byrne
1983 Apr 16 Mercy, Roscommon 7-01 Coláiste Pól, Kilrea 1-03 Belfield Elizabeth Lee
1984 Mar 24 St. Raphael’s, Gort 6-08 St Patrick’s, Shannon 2-01 Croke Park Deirdre Costello
1985 Mar 23 St. Raphael’s, Gort 3-04 Coláiste Mhuire, Ennis 1-00 Cashel Mary Dolphin
1986 Apr 12 St Mary’s, Charleville 2-06 FCJ Bunclody 0-03 Croke Park Angela Cooney
1987 Apr 4 St Mary’s, Charleville 2-03 St. Raphael’s, Gort 1-04 Cusack Park, Ennis Máire O’ Sullivan
1988 Apr 16 St Raphael’s, Gort 5-07 St Mary’s, Macroom 1-00 Emer Hardiman
1989 Apr 15 St. Raphael’s, Gort 5-00 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 0-02 Donagh (Fe) Pamela Nevin
1990 Apr 7 St Brigid’s, Callan 5-08 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 1-04 O'Toole Park Sinéad Millea
1991 Apr 20 St Mary’s Nenagh 3-09 St Cuan’s, Castleblakeney 1-10 Tullamore Áine Hogan
1992 St Mary’s Nenagh 2-06 St Mary’s, Magherafelt 0-08 Madeline Hayes
1993 Apr 3 FCJ Bunclody 2-07 St Mary’s, Charleville 1-04 Katherine Kinsella
1994 St Mary’s, Charleville 3-06 St Mary’s, Magherafelt 1-05 Jean Cullinane
1995 Apr 2 St Mary’s, Charleville 2-12 St Mary’s, Magherafelt 1-01 Tullamore Laura Leslie
1996 St Mary’s, Magherafelt 4-08 St Raphael’s, Gort 1-15 Deirdre Sheehan
1997 Apr 12 St Mary’s, Charleville 1-10 FCJ Bunclody 0-04 Tullamore Simone Forbes
1998 Apr 8 Seamount, Kinvara 3-08 St Mary’s, Magherafelt 1-02 The Ragg Karen Huban
1999 St Mary’s, Charleville 2-08 Seamount, Kinvara 0-05 Alison White
2000 Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 3-05 Seamount, Kinvara 0-08 Caoimhe Fitzpatrick
2001 St Mary’s, Charleville 7-16 St Mary’s, Magherafelt 1-02 Marie Watson
2002 St Mary’s, Charleville 4-10 Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 4-08 Emer Watson
2003 St Mary’s, Charleville 9-08 Portumna Community School 0-03 Sinéad McAuliffe
2004 Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy 8-06 Presentation College, Athenry 0-04 Úna Leacy
2005 Presentation College, Athenry 3-10 St Mary’s, Magherafelt 2-03 Stephanie Dwyer
2006 St Mary’s, Charleville 1-11 Portumna Community School 0-04 Aisling Thompson
2007 Loreto, Kilkenny 0-07 Presentation College, Athenry 0-05 Niamh Kelly
2008 Cross & Passion, Ballycastle 2-09 St. Raphael’s, Gort 2-06 Rebecca Walsh
2009 Loreto, Kilkenny 2-06 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 0-09 Grace Walsh
2010 Mar 20 Loreto, Kilkenny 1-16 St. Brigid's, Loughrea 2-07 Toomevara Kate Holland
2011 Mar 12 Loreto, Kilkenny 3-11 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 0-07 Trim Lydia Fitzpatrick
2012 Mar 10 Loreto, Kilkenny 2-07 Presentation, Kilkenny 3-04 Clara Ciara Byrne
Replay Mar 31 Loreto, Kilkenny 4-09 Presentation, Kilkenny 0-08 Clara Ciara Byrne
2013 Mar 9 Loreto, Kilkenny 1-14 St. Brigid's, Loughrea 2-02 St. Brendan's Park, Birr
2014 Mar 15 St. Brendan's, Birr 1-06 St Mary’s, Charleville 2-02 Nenagh

All-Ireland Junior B Colleges Camogie Finals[edit]

Year Date Winner Score Runner-up Score Venue Captain
1999 Coláiste Mhuire, Ennis 2-10 Loreto, Mullingar 1-02 Sharon O’ Loughlin
2000 Presentation, Kilkenny 2-06 Holy Rosary, Mountbellew 0-05 Marie O’ Connor
2001 Mercy, Woodford 4-09 St Patrick’s, Keady 3-06 Ailbe Sheil
2002 Loreto, Fermoy 7-11 Ard Scoil Mhuire, Ballinasloe 2-07 Marie O’ Neill
2003 St Fergal’s, Rathdowney 4-08 Holy Rosary, Mountbellew 3-05 Miriam Harrison
2004 Scariff Community College 5-02 Castlecomer CS 1-05 Marian O’Brien
2005 Coláiste Mhuire, Ennis 1-09 Borris Vocational 1-07 Erin Hennessy
2006 Borris Vocational 2-06 Gort Community School 0-04 Sinéad Kelly
2007 Coachford College 3-05 St Dominic’s, Cabra 2-05 Michelle Healy
2008 St Mary’s, Nenagh 5-06 Loreto, Wexford 0-04 Danielle Slattery
2009 St Joseph’s, Borrisoleigh 5-07 St Patrick’s, Keady 0-09 Moira Ryan
2010 Mar 20 St Flannan's Ennis 2-17 St Louis, Ballymena 2-03 Ratoath Aisling D'Arcy
2011[13] Mar 12 Presentation, Thurles 3-06 Coachford College 2-05 Fermoy Rosemarie Hanafin
2012 Feb 29 St Mary’s, New Ross 5-08 Coláiste Dun Iascaigh, Cahir 3-08 Templederry
2013 Castlecomer Community School Our Lady's, Templemore Birr Edel Coonan
2014 Mar 15 Coláiste Dun Iascaigh, Cahir 6-20 Calasanctius College, Oranmore 3-08 Nenagh

All-Ireland Junior C Colleges Camogie Finals[edit]

Year Date Winner Score Runner-up Score Venue Captain
2006 St Joseph’s, Tulla 1-03 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 0-00 Kate Lynch
2007 Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig 9-05 Muine Bheag Vocational 1-02 Breda O’ Callaghan
2008 St Mary’s, New Ross 3-04 St MacNissi's Camlough Co Antrim 2-02 Mary Ellen Doyle
2009 Hazelwood, Dromcollogher 5-15 Coláiste Pól, Kilrea 0-00 Máire Flanagan
2010 Mar 20 Presentation, Thurles 4-08 Grennan College Thomastown 4-08 Nowlan Park
Replay Mar 27 Presentation, Thurles 6-11 Grennan College Thomastown 1-03 Nowlan Park Bernie Bergin
2011[14] Mar 12 Maryfield College, Drumcondra 2-08 Coláiste Dun Iascaigh, Cahir 1-07 Ellistown Ashling Maher
2012 Mar 24 Seamount, Kinvara 1-08 Scoil Phobail Roscrea 2-01 Killimor Megan Carr
2013 Mar 16 Laurel Hill, Limerick 3-08 Gorey Community School 2-04 Urlingford Sinead McNamara
2014 Mar 14 St. Joseph's, Lucan 3-06 St. Joseph's, Tulla 2-07 Nenagh

All-Ireland Junior D Colleges Camogie Finals[edit]

Year Date Winner Score Runner-up Score Venue Captain
2011 March 26 Heywood CS, Ballinakill 2-06 Abbey CC, Ferrybank 2-02 Conahy Noelle Murphy
2012[15] Mar 25 Mount Mercy College, Cork 5-09 St. Joseph's, Rochfortbridge 4-08 Templederry
2013 Mar 16 St. Joseph's, Tulla 4-13 Scoil Mhuire, Trim 0-05 Birr
2014 Mar 15 Mercy, Roscommon 5-09 Presentation, Waterford 1-05 Nenagh

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moran, Mary (2011). A Game of Our Own: The History of Camogie. Dublin, Ireland: Cumann Camógaíochta. p. 460. 
  2. ^ Pádraig Puirséil: Scéal na Camógaíochta (1984)
  3. ^ 2011 final Loreto Kilkenny 4-10 St Patrick’s College, Maghera 1-6 report on camogie.ie
  4. ^ camogie.ie
  5. ^ Camogie.ie website
  6. ^ 2010 Loreto Kilkenny 2-5 Blackwater CS Lismore 1-7 report in Irish Independent
  7. ^ 2011 final Loreto Kilkenny 4-10 St Patrick’s College, Maghera 1-6 report on camogie.ie
  8. ^ 2012 final Loreto Kilkenny 4-11 St Brigid’s Loughrea 1-10 on Kilkennycamogie.com
  9. ^ 2011 Senior B Grennan College 4-9 St Louis 3-3 report on camogie.ie
  10. ^ Colaiste Bride, Enniscorthy 0-11 Coachford College Cork 1-4 report in New Ross Guardian
  11. ^ 2011 final Castlecomer CS 4-2 St Pius X, Magherafelt 2-5 report on camogie.ie
  12. ^ 2011 Senior D St Declan’s Kilmacthomas 1-8 Mercy Roscommon 0-8 report in Roscommon People and http://www.munster-express.ie/school-talk/st-declan’s-win-camogie-all-ireland/ Munster Express
  13. ^ report
  14. ^ report
  15. ^ report

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