CAMOGIE: Gailltír vs St. Rynagh’s (2020 All-Ireland Intermediate Final Preview with Ciara Jackman & Mairéad Daly)
(Pictured is St. Rynagh’s (Offaly) forward Mairéad Daly & Gailltír (Waterford) goalkeeper Ciara Jackman ahead of the AIB All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Club Championship 2020 Final). Photo (c) Sportsfile)
Waterford’s Gailltír take on Offaly’s St. Rynagh’s this Saturday (8th January) in the 2020 AIB All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Final.
It’s a repeat of the 2019 decider when a late Úna Jackman goal gave Gailltír a 1-13 to 0-13 victory in Croke Park in March 2020.
The Munster side completed a four-in-a-row of domestic titles after getting over St. Anne’s (2020) and De La Salle (2021). And they didn’t concede any goals in the provincial decider against Thurles Sarsfields and the All-Ireland semi-final over Clarinbridge.
St. Rynagh’s had to negotiate plenty of travelling to get themselves back into the national decider. They won contests away to Rathnure and Myshall before defeating Celbridge in the Leinster Final at Clane. But they turned on the style with a 3-13 to 1-3 All-Ireland semi-inal victory against Eglish.
At the AIB launch ahead of Saturday’s game, Darren Kelly got a chance to get the thoughts of Gaillír goalkeeper Ciara Jackman.
Darren also chatted to St. Rynagh’s attacker Mairéad Daly.
Throw-in at Semple Stadium on Saturday is 1.30pm.
The final will be be streamed live on the Official Camogie Youtube Channel.
This year’s AIB Club Championships celebrate #TheToughest players in Gaelic Games – those who are not defined by what they have won, but by how they persevere no matter.