The men’s footballers aren’t the only Mayo team looking forward to contesting an All-Ireland final this year. That’s because yesterday the county’s Minor camogie team overcame Wicklow in the All-Ireland C semi-final and now face Cavan in the decider.
Yesterday’s semi-final against the Garden County was a cracking contest, one that went to extra-time. In the end, the Mayo team prevailed by four points, winning by 1-19 to 2-12. Mayo Camogie have a detailed report on the game, which is here.
Congrats to the team on their great win and the best of luck to them as they now shoot for national glory.
7 thoughts on “Minor camogie team into final”
That’s fantastic…well done to the Mayo women and best of luck to them in the final. There’s something about Mayo…always give it your best. Very proud of you. Maigheo abu
Well done girls. Fantastic result ?
2 semi final wins after extra time in just over a week. Never give up mentality must be in our genes
Fair dues to you Willie Joe for including news about the minor camogie team, I’d say a lot of us were unaware that they were playing in an All Ireland semi final this weekend. Any team that represents Mayo deserves our support, well done girls and the best of luck in the final.
Congrats to those girls who showed their true colours in such a hard fought win. Anybody know when or where the final is on?
Talking about underage girls teams doing well – I see the Mayo u14 girls football team had a big win in the Connacht final against Galway this evening.
I might be wrong but I think its the first time in a while Mayo have won a ladies underage Connacht A title.
Well done girls and mentors.
Congrats to the minor team, a great achievement and best of luck to the girls in the final!
The Junior team is also contesting an All-Ireland final this Sunday against Tyrone – the Nancy Murray Cup – I don’t know where/what time that is being played yet though.
The way Mayo Camogie runs their website and social media is absolutely fantastic – it’s so professional and it’s always up to date. It’s been brilliant to follow the seniors this year too, albeit from a distance, after (correct me if I’m wrong) a 50-ish year gap since Mayo was last represented at this level.