1942 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship

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All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 1942
Championship Details
Dates
Counties
Sponsor
All Ireland Champions
Winners Dublin (5th title)
Captain Peggy Griffin
Manager
All-Ireland Runners-up
Runners-up Cork
Captain Peggy Hogg
Manager
Matches played

The 1942 All Ireland Camogie Championship was won by Dublin, beating Cork in a replayed final. Cork thought they had won the initial final at the Mardyke when Renee Fitzgerald scored first an equalising, then a late winning goal. Referee Sean Gleeson said he had blown the whistle before Fitzgerald's second goal. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] The replay was the first All Ireland final to have a match programme and the first to be broadcast by Radio Éireann.

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Final stages

In the All Ireland semi-finals Cork beat Galway 7–4 to 2–0 and Dublin beat Antrim 12–0 to 1–0. Cork had a goal disallowed in the last minute of the drawn final. [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]

Final stages

Cork 7–4 – 2–0 Galway

Dublin 12–0 – 2–0 Antrim

Dublin 1–2 1–2 Cork
The Mardyke, Cork
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Sean Gleeson Tipperary
Dublin 4–1 2–2 Cork
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Vera Campbell Antrim
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Dublin
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Cork
Dublin:
GK1 Maura O'Carroll (Scoil Brighde)
FB2 Rose Martin (Austin Stacks)
RWB3 Patricia Kenny ([Colaiste San Dominic Camogie Club|Col San Dominic])
CB4 Peggy Griffin (Col San Dominic) (captain)
LWB5 Kathleen Kearns (Optimists)
MF6 Eva Moran (Col San Dominic)
MF7 Kathleen Cody GSR
MF8 Kathleen Mills GSR
RWF9 Īde O'Kiely (UCD)
CF10 Rose Fletcher (Scoil Brighde) 1–0
LWF11 Doreen Rogers (Austin Stacks) (3–0)
FF12 Maura Moore (Optimists) (1–0)
Substitutes:
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Cork:
GK1 Peggy Hogg (captain)
FB2 Joan Cotter
RWB3 Maureen Cashman
CB4 Mary Fitzgerald
LWB5 Maureen Hegarty
MF6 Mary Vallelly
MF7 Kathleen Coughlan
MF8 Kathleen Barry
RWF9 Kitty Buckley (Old Aloysius) 1–2
CF10 Patty Hegarty
LWF11 Eileen Casey 1–0
FF12 Renee Fitzgerald (Old Aloysius)
Substitutes:
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Match Rules
  • 50 minutes
  • Replay if scores level
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions allowable only if player was injured

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References

  1. Report of replay in Irish Press, November 16, 1942
  2. Report of replay in Irish Independent, November 16, 1942
  3. Report of replay in Irish Times, November 16, 1942
  4. Report of replay in Irish Examiner, November 16, 1942
  5. Report of replay in Irish News, November 16, 1942
  6. Report of final in Irish Press, October 26, 1942
  7. Report of final in Irish Independent, October 26, 1942
  8. Report of final in Irish Times, October 26, 1942
  9. Report of final in Irish Examiner, October 26, 1942
  10. Report of final in Irish News, October 26, 1942
Preceded by
1941 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship
1932–present
Succeeded by
1943 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship