There’s no slowing down the ladies of Myshall when it comes to camogie in Carlow.
On Sunday, with weather conditions far from picture-perfect, Myshall extended their run as caretakers of the Carlow senior camogie championship to an incredible 23rd consecutive season.
A simple post from the club to social media following the game summed things up quite well. “What can we say about this team? They are just phenomenal. This team have come through the toughest of days. Questions are asked of this team every year and they exceed all expectations. Thank you to everyone of ye for bringing this parish so much pride.”
While the sides played out a highly entertaining draw in the round-robin stage of the championship, Myshall proved once again that experience and opportunity count as they picked up a 0-11 to 1-05 win having gone into the break level on five points apiece.
Myshall’s reward this season includes a Leinster intermediate club championship quarter-final against Naas, a venue and time to be confirmed for 29 October.
On the junior side of the coin, blustering conditions in Netwatch Cullen Park again at the weekend brought a glut of goals with Mount Leinster Rangers seeing off Burren Rangers 5-7 to 3-7.
‘Rangers will now go on to play Maynooth in the junior leg of the Leinster camogie championship with that game set to head for Kildare on 5 November.