Lismore’s Shauna Kiernan has been named as the Waterford senior camogie captain for 2018. Photo: Inpho.
Littlewoods National Camogie League
Waterford vs Meath , Sunday next, January 14
Venue: WIT Carrignore. Time 2.30pm
The Waterford senior camogie team begin their 2017 National League campaign on Sunday when they will host Meath in the first round at the WIT Arena, Carrignore at 2.30p,. This promises to be a very exciting game and one which both sides will relish and will believe it’s a game both can win. The last time the sides met Meath lost out by a point in the Intermediate All-Ireland semi-final in 2015 and Waterford qualified for the All-Ireland final. This is a game Meath will feel they left behind them having an eight point lead at half-time. Waterford and their new manager, Donal O’Rourke, will be without the Lismore players, due to their continued All-Ireland club championship involvement but will have likes of Beth Carton, Niamh Rockett and Lorraine Bray to call on. Please come out and support the girls on Sunday next.
Senior Captain and Vice-Captain
Shauna Kiernan from Lismore will captain the senior team for 2018 and to Niamh Rockett from St.Annes who will be vice-captain.
Senior Munster Schools Final
St Angelas’ Ursuline Waterford will play Clonakilty in the Senior Munster School final on Saturday next in Clonakilty. The Ursuline Waterford will be a serious force to reckon with and can call on the talents of Annie Fitzgerald, Kate Lynch, Niamh Murphy, Abby Flynn, Collette Hogan, Clodagh Carroll and Aoife Fitzgerald. enue for this game has not been announced. As soon as it is known it will be posted on the Waterford campgie Facebook page.
Waterford Camogie Office
Waterford Camogie office is opened every day Monday to Friday from 9am to 1pm. Our Office is located in Dungarvan Nissan. If you have any queries or want to get in contact with us please contact us on 086 8113531 or John Flood on 087 6684474. You will also find us on Facebook and twitter.