1982 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship

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All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 1982
Championship details
DatesJune – 26 September 1982
All-Ireland champions
Winners Cork (13th win)
Captain Pat Lenihan
All-Ireland runners-up
Runners-up Dublin
Captain Bernie Toner
Championship statistics
Matches played7
1981
1983

The 1982 All Ireland Camogie Championship was won by Cork, beating Dublin by a single point in the final. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

Contents

Early rounds

Edel Murphy scored 1-6 and Marion Conroy another goal as Dublin withstood a late Limerick comeback to win the semi-final by three points. Three first half goals by Val Fitzpatrick helped Cork draw with Kilkenny, for whom Angela Downey scored 1-10 and Bridie McGarry equalised from a sideline ball 25 yards from the left corner flag three minutes from the end, the third draw in the championship between the teams since 1974. Cathy Landers had to score a point from midfield to give Cork victory, just as Helena O'Neill had been faced with a similar free to equalise in 1974. Helena succeeded, Cathy did not. The replay was attended by a large crowd (it was claimed that all three semi-finals had record attendances for this stage but records are incomplete) and finished Cork 5-4 to 3-10 before 20 minutes of extra time was required to separate the sides. Cork scored 2-4 to Kilkenny’s 0-2 in extra time. Their goals came from Mary Geaney and Pat Lenihan (two each), Mary O'Leary who scored 1-8, Marion McCarthy and Marion Sweeney.

Final

A dramatic point from a 50-yard free in the last minute by Mary O'Leary leaving Dublin lamenting their third defeat in a final in six years. It followed the decisive goal with five minutes to go when Mary O'Leary collected the ball 50 yards from goal and sent in a hard driven shot which dipped below the crossbar. O'Leary scored 1-6 in a fast paced game. Marion McCarthy scored a Dublin goal from the edge of the square after 54 seconds, Cork attacked from the restart and when Yvonne Redmond was slow to clear Pat Lenihan scored a Cork goal after just 90 seconds to complete the quickest two goals in All Ireland camogie history, Una Crowley then had Dublin's second goal after seven minutes and Dublin led 2-5 to 1-3 at half time. [7]

Final stages

Limerick 3-2 – 1-6 Antrim

Cork 4-12 – 0-4 Antrim

Dublin 2-7 – 2-0 Wexford

Dublin 2-9 – 2-6 Limerick

Cork 3-8 – 1-14 Kilkenny

Cork 7-8 – 3-13 after extra time Kilkenny

Cork 2-7 2-6 Dublin
Mary O'Leary 1-6, Pat Lenihan 1-1 Una Crowley 1-1, Marion Conroy 1-0, Edel Murphy 0-2, Orla Ryan 0-2, Anna Condon 0-1
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Belle O'Loughlin (Down)
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Cork
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CORK:
GK1 Marion McCarthy (Éire Óg)
FB2 Eileen Dineen (Éire Óg)
RWB3 Miriam Higgins (Éire Óg)
CB4 Cathy Landers (Killeagh)
LWB5 Martha Kearney (Na Piarsaigh)
MF6 Clare Cronin (Old Als
MF7 Val Fitzpatrick (Glen Rovers)
MF8 Ger McCarthy (Glen Rovers) Sub off.svg 35'
RWF9 Mary O'Leary (Watergrasshill) (1-6)
CF10Pat Lenihan (Killeagh) (Capt) (1-1) Sub off.svg 16'Sub on.svg 35'
LWF11 Marion Sweeney (Killeagh)
FF12 Noelle O'Driscoll
Substitutes:
MF Sandie Fitzgibbon (Glen Rovers) for Lenihan Sub on.svg 16'
MF Pat Lenihan for McCarthy Sub on.svg 35'
DUBLIN:
GK1 Yvonne Redmond (Cúchulainn Crumlin)
FB2 Anne O'Brien (Cúchulainn Crumlin)
RWB3 Frances Murphy (UCD)
CB4 Bernie Toner (Cuala Naomh Mhuire)
LWB5 Catherine Docherty (Celtic)
MF6 Una Crowley (Celtic) (1-1) Sub off.svg 45'
MF7 Mary Mernagh (Cuala Naomh Mhuire) Sub off.svg 35'
MF8 Edel Murphy (UCD) (0-2)
RWF9 Anna Condon (Austin Stacks) (0-1)
CF10 Marion Conroy (Austin Stacks) (1-0)
LWF11 Barbara Redmond (Cúchulainn Crumlin)
FF12 Orla Ryan (Austin Stacks) (0-2)
Substitutes:
MF Joan Gormley (UCD) for Mernagh Sub on.svg 35'
MF M Murphy (Cúchulainn Crumlin) for Crowley Sub on.svg 45'

MATCH RULES

  • 50 minutes
  • Replay if scores level
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions

See also

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References

  1. Moran, Mary (2011). A Game of Our Own: The History of Camogie. Dublin, Ireland: Cumann Camógaíochta. p. 460. 978-1-908591-00-5
  2. Report of final in Irish Press, September 27, 1982
  3. Report of final in Irish Independent, September 27, 1982
  4. Report of final in Irish Times, September 27, 1982
  5. Report of final in Irish Examiner, September 27, 1982
  6. Report of final in Irish News, September 27, 1982
  7. Moran, Mary (2011). A Game of Our Own: The History of Camogie. Dublin, Ireland: Cumann Camógaíochta. p. 460. 978-1-908591-00-5
Preceded by
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 1979
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship
1932 – present
Succeeded by
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 1983