All-Ireland title win for U16 camogie team

It’s not every day of the week that the county wins an All-Ireland title.

Today was one of those rare days, when the Mayo U16 camogie team overcame the challenge of Cavan in this afternoon’s All-Ireland U16D camogie final. This All-Ireland title decider, played at Coralstown GAA club, Kinnegad, finished in an emphatic 4-12 to 1-3 victory for the Green and Red.

Mayo have been the form team in this competition all the way from when it started in late June. Following an overwhelming win over Monaghan in the opening round, they then recorded big victories over Donegal, Tyrone, Cavan and Louth before beating Donegal again by a wide margin in the semi-final.

They backed up that strong form once again today to claim a deserved national title. Congrats to them on a great victory for their team and for the county.

Photo: @MayoCamogie

12 thoughts on “All-Ireland title win for U16 camogie team

  1. Well done to everyone involved in the Mayo U-16 Camogie Team on winning the All Ireland title

  2. Super win today!
    3 clubs representing Mayo v 7 from Cavan. All 3 clubs can very proud of a 1st underage title!

  3. Well done girls on a brilliant win! All-Ireland Under-16 Camogie champions has a lovely ring to it. What a wonderful achievement!

  4. Congratulations on a great win. Brilliant work being done by management and players. No better sight than a cup and the joy on the faces of players in the Green and Red in the same picture. Well done all. Thanks WJ for covering this and putting up the photo.

  5. Well done to all involved. An all ireland medal at any age is something to be proud of for life. Keep up the good work.

  6. I gives one goose bumps just to hear a Mayo team are all Ireland champions.
    Well done young ladies, you can be really proud of yourself!!!

  7. That’s fantastic from these young women. Well done. I’m very proud of them and when you look at how impressive their victories were throughout the campaign, it bodes well for the future of camogie in Mayo. Maigheo abĂș.
    Thank you to these young women and all involved in such a great success.
    Glas agus dearg go deo

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