The county’s camogie team take centre-stage this weekend. They’re in Nancy Murray Cup action tomorrow evening, in which they play Louth at the semi-final stage. The match has been fixed for the Raharney Hurling Club in Killucan, Co. Westmeath at 5.30pm and here’s the team we’ve named for it:
Mayo (Nancy Murray Cup semi-final v Louth, 21/8/2021): Aoibheann Crawley (Na Brideoga); Rachel Lyons (Na Brideoga), Amy Mulkeen (Na Brideoga), Grainne Delaney (Na Brideoga); Shauna Golden (Na Brideoga), Mairead Charlton (Na Brideoga), Aoife Doherty (Na Brideoga); Meabh Delaney (Na Brideoga), Aine Charlton (Na Brideoga); Emily Kelly (Westport), Ava Lambert (Westport), Helen O’Malley (St Jude’s, Dublin, captain); Eleanor Harrison (Na Brideoga), Lisa Scahill (Westport), Ciara Delaney (Na Brideoga).
Mayo Camogie have worked wonders this year making sure matches have been streamed live but they announced today that, sadly, this wouldn’t be possible for tomorrow’s match. Tickets are, though, available for the game and you can buy them here.
Mayo’s return this year to inter-county action in camogie has been a huge success so here’s hoping the team can add another chapter to what’s already a very positive story for them in 2021. The best of luck to them in tomorrow’s semi-final.
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This is, I think, the minor team and the game is a quarter final if I am correct. Can anybody tell me if and when our Junior [Adult] team are in action. I presume they are still in the championship as I can’t recall hearing of them being beaten.
That’s not correct – on either count – Andy. It is the Senior team, albeit Junior equivalent level, and it is the semi-final of the competition.
Thanks for clarifying that, Willie Joe.
Come on the Mayo Camogie team Best of luck to the management,panel of this magnificent Camogie team
Best of luck to the camógs, it’s great to see a new initiative around the small ball in Co. Mayo! I played my first game of hurling at the age of 29 and my meagre efforts left me with great respect for anyone taking up the game, serious nads required!
Does anyone know where this Na Brideoga club is based? They seem to be providing most of the players on the panel. Looking at some of the surnames they could be from East Mayo, just a guess on my part though.