VOTE: 2022 Camogie Team of the Year


Voting is now open for the 2022 Camogie Team of the Year. Support your favourites below. Create your own user feedback survey Please note: 1 vote per ip address. Votes do not determine the final winners but help create awareness of the nominee’s shortlisting. Voting closes at 10am on Monday 30th January 2023. The teams […]


“When Aine McNulty marks you, you don’t get an inch”


Name: Sally McCann. Age: 32. Teams played for: Brocagh Camogie Club, Tyrone camogie, Ulster camogie, Cormac McAnallens (Sydney) Camogie and football. What team have you enjoyed the most success against? I would say we are pretty evenly matched with Éíre Óg, so we have enjoyed success in the club recently with winning the league. Advertisement […]


2022: Shortlist Camogie Team


        Advertisement The shortlist for the Gaelic Life Ulster Club All-Stars Camogie Team has been revealed! Check out who is in the running below and don’t forget to check back this Thursday, 26th January when you can vote to support your favourite. Position Name Club Goalkeeper Eimear Boyle Loughgiel Goalkeeper Ciarrai Devlin […]


“She’s not bad at a bit of Philomena Begley”


Name: Sally McCann Age: 32 Teams played for: Brocagh Camogie Club, Tyrone Camogie, Ulster camogie, Cormac McAnallens (Sydney) Camogie and football. Which team mate has been the most inspirational and why? Advertisement Grainne McDonald. She plays on a few different teams and football as well. Flying fit and just a real asset to the team. With her beside […]


Fairytale ending for Brídíní Óga


By Shaun Casey TO win an All-Ireland you need a certain amount of luck, and in most cases, you have to make your own. “When things are going your way, they’re going your way,” said Rodney Kerr, who guided his Brídíní Óga side to a first ever All-Ireland title last Saturday. In the difficult conditions that […]


Clonduff on cloud nine says captain Jenna Boden


By Niall Gartland WHEN Gaelic Life contacted Jenna Boden on Tuesday lunchtime about Clonduff’s All-Ireland Intermediate triumph three days prior, it was only too obvious that the sense of glee was yet to fade by even a fraction. Clonduff were full value for their win over Kilkenny side James Stephen at Croke Park last Saturday […]


Carr going strong as Clonduff bid for All-Ireland glory


By Niall Gartland STILL going strong – Fionnuala Carr, who has represented her club Clonduff with distinction for two decades, certainly isn’t hanging around for the sake of it. She was simply immense in the centre-half back position as they claimed an All-Ireland semi-final win against Clanmaurice after extra-time last weekend, and the former Down […]


CATHERINE McGOURTY: Integration must come sooner rather than later


THE sooner that the integration of the LGFA and Camogie Associations with the GAA takes place the better. As a female player and coach over the past 10 years, I have heard of numerous occasions where camogs and ladies footballers have had to choose between a camogie championship game and football championship game just because they […]


Gunning switches focus to Glen camogie’s Ulster campaign


By Niall Gartland A MATTER of days after picking up a second senior medal in Glen’s win over Sleacht Néill, Paul Gunning is in the thick of preparing the club’s camogie team for a bash at the Ulster Championship. Gunning, who manages the side with his father Sean, has said before that working with the […]