2000 National Camogie League

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National Camogie League 2000
Championship Details
Dates
Competitors
Sponsor
National Camogie League winners
Winners Cork (10th title)
Captain Vivienne Harris
Manager
National Camogie League Runners-up
Runners-up Tipperary
Captain
Manager
Matches played

The 2000 National Camogie League, the second most important elite level inter-county competition in the women's’ team field sport of camogie was won by Cork, who defeated Tipperary in the final, played at O'Connor Park, Tullamore.[1][2]

Arrangements[edit]

Tipperary easily defeated Armagh and Derry and overcame an inexperienced Kilkenny team before they defeated Galway after extra time in a closely fought semi-final. Cork defeated Armagh, Galway (twice), Kilkenny and Tipperary en route to the final.

The Final[edit]

The pattern of the final was set once Fiona O'Driscoll placed the ball past Jovita Delaney in the Tipp goal in the first minute of the second half.[3][4][5][6][7] Playing with a strong wind, Tipperary confined Cork to one point from a free in the first half while sending over seven of their own.Cork had equalized by the 53rd minute and pulled away with a goal from Ciara Walsh, who had scored 1-6 against Kildare in the junior final which had preceded the senior final. Shortly afterwards Fiona O'Driscoll’s lobbed shot went all the way to the Tipp net.

Division 2[edit]

The Junior National League, known since 2006 as Division Two, was won by Cork intermediates who defeated Laois in the final.

Final stages[edit]

May 20
Final
Cork 3-7 – 1-10 Tipperary
Cork:
GK 1 Cora Keohane (Barryroe)
RCB 2 Denise Cronin (Glen Rovers) (0-1)
FB 3 Eithne Duggan (Bishopstown)
LCB 4 Mags Finn (Fr O'Neill’s)
RWB 5 Mary Burke
CB 6 Mary O'Connor (Killeagh)
LWB 7 Ursula Troy (Newtownshandrum)
MF 8 Vivienne Harris (Bishopstown) (Capt)
MF 9 Sarah Hayes Rockbán)
RWF 10 Paula O'Connor (Newtownshandrum)
CF 11 Caoimhe Harrington (Newtownshandrum)
LWF 12 Linda Mellerick (Glen Rovers)
RCF 13 Sinéad O'Callaghan (Ballinhassig)
FF 14 Fiona O'Driscoll (Fr O'Neill’s) 2-7 (1-5 frees, 1 45)
LCF 15 Elaine Burke (Valley Rovers)
Substitutes:
FF Ciara Healy 1-0 for Burke Substituted in 49'
Tipperary:
GK 1 Jovita Delaney (Cashel) (Capt)
RCB 2 Niamh Harkin
FB 3 Una O'Dwyer (Cashel)
LCB 4 Claire Madden (Nenagh Éire Óg)
RWB 5 Meadhbh Stokes
CB 6 Ciara Gaynor (Burgess)
LWB 7 Sinéad Nealon (Burgess)
MF 8 Emily Hayden (Cashel)
MF 9 Angela McDermott (Kildangan)
RWF 10 Noelle Kennedy (Toomevara) 0-4
CF 11 Therese Brophy (Burgess)
LWF 12 Caitríona Hennessy (Cashel) 0-4 (0-1 free)
RCF 13 Eimear McDonnell (Burgess) 0-1
FF 14 Deirdre Hughes (Toomevara) 1-0
LCF 15 Philly Fogarty (Cashel) 0-1
Substitutes:
MF Suzanne Kelly for Harkin Substituted in 30'
FF Sheena Howard for Harrington Substituted in 49'

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moran, Mary (2011). A Game of Our Own: The History of Camogie. Dublin, Ireland: Cumann Camógaíochta. p. 460.  978-1-908591-00-5
  2. ^ National Camogie League on Camogie.ie
  3. ^ Report of final in Evening Echo, May 21, 2000
  4. ^ Report of final in Irish Independent, May 21, 2000
  5. ^ Report of final in Irish Times, May 21, 2000
  6. ^ Report of final in Irish Examiner, May 21, 2000
  7. ^ Report of final in Irish News, May 21, 2000

External links[edit]

Preceded by
National Camogie League 1999
National Camogie League
1977 – present
Succeeded by
National Camogie League 2001