CAMOGIE: All-Ireland Senior Final Preview – KILKENNY

CAMOGIE: All-Ireland Senior Final Preview – KILKENNY

Check out the articles and stats below to give you the full insight into Kilkenny before the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Final


PODCAST: The Curtain Raiser – Friday, 11th December 2020 with Lucinda Gahan

PODCAST: SportsDaz Camogie (All-Ireland Final Special) – Thursday, 10th December 2020

PODCAST: The Third Half – Monday, 30th November 2020 (including Kilkenny manager Brian Dowling)


CAMOGIE: “When The Final Whistle Went, The Feeling Was Savage” – Kilkenny’s Collette Dormer 

CAMOGIE: Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Preview

CAMOGIE: “As Roy Keane says, you don’t pat the postman on the back for delivering the post” – Kilkenny’s Anne Dalton 

CAMOGIE: Galway And Kilkenny Set For Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship Final This Saturday

CAMOGIE: “We Stuck To The Game Plan” – Kilkenny Manager Brian Dowling 

CAMOGIE: Cats Come Back From The Dead To Clinch All-Ireland Final Place

CAMOGIE: Westmeath Make History With First Triumph While Kilkenny Win South-East Derby


Match information – Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship Final

Galway v Kilkenny

Date: Saturday, December 12th 2020

Venue: Croke Park , Dublin

Throw in: 7:00pm

In the event of a draw the replay will take place on Saturday December 19th (Venue etc. TBC).

Match Officials:

Referee: Owen Elliot (Antrim)

Standby/Line: John Dermody (Westmeath)

Linesperson: Ray Kelly (Kildare)

4th Official: Andy Larkin (Cork)

5th Official: Kevin O’Brien (Limerick)

Umpires: Seán Magee, John Sayers, Kieran McGuinness, Paul O’Neill


Path to the Final:

Kilkenny – Group 2

17th October: Waterford 0-8 Kilkenny 0-15

24th October: Kilkenny 6-23 Westmeath 1-7

8th November: Kilkenny 2-16 Limerick 0-8

Semi-Final: 28th November: Kilkenny 2-10 Cork 1-11


Kilkenny Championship Stats 2020:

Games Played: 4 Matches

Total Number of Goals: 10 Goals

Total Number of Points: 56 Points

Total Number of Goals Conceded: 3 Goals

Total Number of Points Conceded: 32 Points

Biggest Winning Margin: v Westmeath in Round 2 by 31 Points

Most conceded in a Game: v Cork in Semi-Final (1 Goal 11 Points)


Past Finals between the two Counties:

2013: Galway 1-9 Kilkenny 0-7

2019: Galway 3-14 Kilkenny 0-17


Total Number of Senior Championship Finals Reached: (Including 2020)

Kilkenny: 25


Total Number of Senior Championship Titles:

Kilkenny: 13


First All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Appearance:

Kilkenny: 1970


Aoife Norris Piltown Goalkeeper Student
Emma Kavanagh Rower/Inistioge Goalkeeper Teacher
Aoife Prendergast Dicksboro Defender Student
Catherine Foley Windgap Defender Microbiology Analyst
Ciara O’Shea Dicksboro Defender Student
Claire Phelan Lisdowney Defender Teacher
Collette Dormer Barrow Rangers Defender Architect Technologist
Davina Tobin Emeralds Defender Barber
Grace Walsh Tullaroan Defender Nurse
Meighean Farrell Thomastown Defender Early Childhood Practioneer
Michelle Teehan James Stephens Defender Student
Miriam Bambrick Barrow Rangers Defender Teacher
Niamh Deely James Stephens Defender Student
Anna Farrell Thomastown Midfielder Bank Official
Kelly Ann Doyle Piltown Midfielder Student
Anne Dalton St. Lachtain’s Forward Bank Official
Aoife Doyle Piltown Forward Student/Micro Lab Analyst
Ciara Phelan Dicksboro Forward Student
Danielle Morrissey Conahy Shamrocks Forward Student
Denise Gaule Windgap Forward Building Services Engineer
Edel Coonan St. Martin’s Forward Dental Nurse
Katie Nolan St. Martin’s Forward Fitness Instructor
Laura Murphy O’Loughlin Gaels Forward Student
Laura Norris Piltown Forward Talent Acquistion Specialist
Lucinda Gahan Dicksboro Forward Psychiatric Nurse
Lydia Fitzpatrick St. Lachtain’s Forward Teacher
Mary O’Connell Clara Forward Teacher
Michaela Kenneally Windgap Forward Recruitment Operations Co-ordinator
Miriam Walsh Tullaroan Forward Early Childhood Practioner
Steffi Fitzgerald Young Irelands Forward Student


Roll of Honour

1970: Cork/Kilkenny: 5-7 to 3-2 (Ann Comerford)

1972: Cork/Kilkenny: 2-5 to 1-4 (Hannah Dineen)

1974: Kilkenny/Cork: 3-3 to 1-5 (R Teresa O’Neill)

1976: Kilkenny/Dublin: 0-6 to 1-2 (Mary Fennelly)

1977: Kilkenny/Wexford: 3-4 to 1-3 (Angela Downey)

1981: Kilkenny/Cork: 1-9 to 0-7 (R Liz Neary)

1985: Kilkenny/Dublin: 0-13 to 1-5 (Bridie McGarry)

1986: Kilkenny/Dublin: 2-12 to 2-3 (Liz Neary)

1987: Kilkenny/Cork: 3-10 to 1-7 (Bridie McGarry)

1988: Kilkenny/Cork: 4-11 to 3-8 (Angela Downey)

1989: Kilkenny/Cork: 3-10 to 2-6 (Ann Downey)

1990: Kilkenny/Wexford: 1-14 to 0-7 (Breda Holmes)

1991: Kilkenny/Cork: 3-8 to 0-10 (Angela Downey)

1994: Kilkenny/Wexford: 2-11 to 0-8 (Ann Downey)

1995: Cork/Kilkenny: 4-8 to 2-10 (Denise Cronin)

1999: Tipperary/Kilkenny: 0-12 to 1-8 (Maeve Stokes)

2001: Tipperary/Kilkenny: 4-13 to 1-6 (Emily Hayden)

2009: Cork/Kilkenny: 0-15 to 0-7 (Amanda O’Regan)

2013: Galway/Kilkenny: 1-9 to 0-7 (Lorrraine Ryan)

2014: Cork/Kilkenny: 2-12 to 1-09 (Anna Geary)

2016: Kilkenny/Cork: 1-13 to 1-9 (Michelle Quilty)

2017: Cork/Kilkenny: 0-10 to 0-9 (Rena Buckley)

2018: Cork/Kilkenny: 0-14 to 0-13 (Aoife Murray)

2019: Galway/Kilkenny: 3-14 to 0-17 (Sarah Dervan)


Titles Won:

Kilkenny: 13

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