All-Ireland glory on the line this Saturday

Both Granemore and Crossmaglen’s Camogie teams have the chance finish their season’s on a high with All-Ireland glory this weekend.

The Rangers take on St Munna’s of Wicklow on Saturday while Granemore face Athleague from Roscommon.

Both sides have already collected Ulster titles on their journey and are now eyeing up some more silverware.

Photo Credit: John Merry

Junior A All-Ireland final – Granemore v Athleague – Kinnegad – 1pm

Granemore have already created history in 2023, collecting the Ulster title for the first time ever.

Connor Devlin’s side lost out in last year’s Ulster final to Glenravel but came back bigger and better this season.

Glenravel went on to lift the Junior A All-Ireland crown in 2022, and Granemore will be hoping to repeat that feat.

Granemore retained their Armagh title with a hard-fought victory over their near neighbours Ballymacnab.

They overcame Crosserlough in this years decider, with three goals from Rachael Merry (2) and Ciara Hill proving the main scores.

Goals were crucial in their semi-final victory over Knockananna of Wicklow. Corinna Doyle and Fiadhna Loughran both rattled the net in their six-point win.

All roads lead to Kinnegad this weekend for Granemore and if they can continue their goalscoring form, they’ll be in with a great chance of landing the big prize.

Both Granemore and Crossmaglen's Camogie teams have the chance finish their season's on a high with All-Ireland glory this weekend.
Photo Credit: John Merry

Junior B All-Ireland final – Crossmaglen v St Munna’s – Abbotstown – 2pm

It’s 20 years since Crossmaglen last tasted All-Ireland glory at Camogie level, and their back in the final this weekend.

While the famed black and amber jersey has been worn numerous times on All-Ireland final day, the Camogie teams appearances have been few and far between.

But the current team have serious potential and they’ve displayed their talents to a high level so far this season.

Their Ulster final victory over Kill and All-Ireland semi-final win against Roscommon Gaels proved one-sided.

Goals have been key for the Rangers so far this season and they raised nine green flags in their last two outings.

Armagh Ladies star Lauren McConville hit four the last day out. Megan O’Callaghan (2) and Grace Fitzpatrick also rattled the net.

Cross have been in eye-catching form of late and they’ll hope to produce their best performance on Saturday afternoon.

Both Granemore and Crossmaglen's Camogie teams have the chance finish their season's on a high with All-Ireland glory this weekend.
Photo Credit: John Merry