Galway are All-Ireland Camogie champions for a third time, after a 3-14 to 0-17 triumph over Kilkenny at Croke Park.
The game was played before a crowd at the Jones’ Road place as 24,730 appreciated the match.
The Westerners had not won the title since 2013, once they backed up their National League title with the All-Ireland campaign where they conquer Kilkenny and Cork, and few could question their victory.
The Tribeswomen scored three objects which proved critical, as a brace from Ailish O’Reilly plus a Niamh Hanniffy attempt helped them into a 3-7 to 0-10 direct at the break. However, the ants worked their way back in the tie, and pulled it back into just 3 points upcoming accident time.
However, a run of Galway points, such as an eye-popping campaign from Niamh Kilkenny, steered them house as they ran outside winners.
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