Camogie team land Nancy Murray Cup

Photo: Mayo Camogie

It was tense and it was tight but in the end Mayo’s camogie team emerged with a two-point victory over Tyrone in today’s Nancy Murray Cup final. They won today’s decider, played at Páirc Seán MacDiarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon, by 3-8 to 1-12.

Early on it looked as if Mayo – back competing at inter-county level in camogie this year after an absence of several years – were going to win this title decider with a bit of ease. They led by 2-6 to 0-4 at half-time and a third Mayo goal early in the second half put them eleven points clear and seemingly on course for a decisive victory. Ciara Delaney bagged two of those goals with Helen O’Malley getting the other one.

Tyrone, though, had other ideas. They rallied magnificently, cutting the deficit right back to the minimum as the game entered injury time. The O’Neill County weren’t able, however, to draw level and instead the Westerners bagged an insurance point, courtesy of sub Orna Hession, to seal victory – and the cup – by two points.

Match reports – Connaught Telegraph, Camogie Association.

Today’s Nancy Murray Cup success caps a remarkably successful return to the inter-county scene for the Mayo camogie team. They made it to the League play-offs, losing to a strong Cavan side at the semi-final stage, and now they’ve landed All-Ireland honours in their Championship grade.

What a shot in the arm this is for camogie within the county. Not only is it a significant achievement in its own right – and deserves to be celebrated as such – but it’s also a great platform to build on for 2022 and successive years.

Congrats to everyone involved in making today’s great title win happen and here’s to a bright future for Mayo Camogie.

15 thoughts on “Camogie team land Nancy Murray Cup

  1. Congratulations ladies..
    Let’s hope the local media give them lots of coverage and help promote and grow the game in Mayo …
    Nice to beat Tyrone!!

  2. That was fantastic… brilliant display from our women. Fair play to each and every one of them. Maigheo abú…ag éirí.

  3. Fantastic achievement by the Mayo women in their first year back in Camogie competition. Hopefully the game will now expand outside the heartland of Tooreen. To have the minors also in the final, even if not ultimately successful, is encouraging.

  4. I don’t know much about camogie but well done to the ladies Camogie team and management for bringing the
    Title back to Mayo

  5. Congratulations to all the players and management on their great win. It’s always great to even get to a final and a bit special to win it, so very well done to all.
    Hard luck to the Tyrone ladies.

  6. Congratulations to the panel , management on winning the All Ireland Camogie Final .Very special day when we get to win an All Ireland in Camogie ,so very well done to all .

  7. Congratulations to the Mayo Camogie team, management, and sponsors. What a wonderful achievement on your debut year. Brings the saying of “hitting the ground running ” to a new level

  8. Congratulations to everyone involved with this fantastic win. Always great when a mayo team win a national trophy.

  9. Congratulations to our camogie team and management. It’s a sport which is growing in popularity and if we want to be regarded as one of the big hitters in the Gaa world, it’s important that we focus on expanding camogie and also hurling in the county.

  10. Super achievement for the camógs to win a national title in their first year. Hard luck to the minors who were pipped in their final against Cavan.

    Most of the camógs seem to come from a club called Na Brídoga. Does anyone know where they are based?

  11. Na brídeoga are based in Tooreen, the home of hurling in Mayo, and take in surrounding areas.

  12. Congrats to the camogie team. Heart attack stuff at the end but brilliant result for the county!

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