2010 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship

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All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2010
Championship details
Dates12 June - 12 September 2010
Teams7
All-Ireland champions
Winners Wexford (5th win)
Captain Una Leacy
Manager JJ Doyle
All-Ireland runners-up
Runners-up Galway
Captain Therese Maher
Manager Noel Finn
Championship statistics
Matches played24
2009
2011

The 2010 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship known as the Gala All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship for sponsorship reasonsis the high point of the 2010 season in the sport of camogie. It commenced on June 13, 2010 and ended with the final between Galway and Wexford on 12 September 2010 which Wexford won by 1-12 to 1-10. Seven teams compete in the Senior Championship out of twenty-seven who competed overall in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships. [1] [2] [3]

Contents

Structure

The seven teams played one another once, and receive 2 points for a win, 1 point for a draw. The top four teams then contested the semi-finals, in which both 2009 finalists were defeated, defending champions Cork by Galway by one point in a replay and 2009 finalists Kilkenny by National Camogie League 2010 champions Wexford.

Finals

For the first time since 2006 the finals did not share a billing with the All-Ireland Under 21 Hurling Championship. Instead the All Ireland Senior, Intermediate, and Junior championship finals were held on the same day.

Galway Anomaly

When Galway beat Wexford 1-8 to 0-10 in the group stages only to lose the final 1-12 to 1-10, it was the third time in the five years since the championship moved from a knockout system to a round-robin format in 2006 that the runners-up defeated the eventual champions in the group stages.

Fixtures

Group Stage

Cork 1-16 – 0-15 [4] Tipperary

Kilkenny 1-14 – 1-11 [5] Galway

Clare 2-10 – 0-9 [6] Dublin

Wexford 7-15 – 0-3 [7] Dublin

Galway 1-19 – 2-7 [8] Tipperary

Kilkenny 0-13 – 2-6 [9] Cork

Cork 1-23 – 1-6 [10] Dublin

Tipperary 1-12 – 1-9 [11] Clare

Galway 1-8 – 0-10 [12] Wexford

Kilkenny 2-18 - 3-12 [13] Tipperary

Galway 1-14 – 0-11 [14] Cork

Wexford 2-17 – 1-5 [15] Clare

Wexford 2-17 – 0-14 [16] Tipperary

Kilkenny 6-20 – 0-6 [17] Dublin

Galway 1-13 – 1-11 [18] Clare

Cork 2-10 - 1-10 [19] Wexford

Galway 4-19 - 2-5 [20] Dublin

Kilkenny 4-14 - 0-14 [21] Clare

Cork 2-20 - 0-8 [22] Clare

Tipperary 5-21 - 0-6 [23] Dublin

Wexford 2-10 - 0-10 [24] Kilkenny

Cross table

TeamClCoDGKTWPts
Clare -0200002
Cork 2-200228
Dublin 00-00000
Galway 222-02210
Kilkenny 2222-2010
Tipperary 20200-04
Wexford 202022-8

Table

TeamPldWDLFADiffPts
Kilkenny 650113–897–69+4510
Galway 65019–846–58+3510
Wexford 640214–894-50+698
Cork 64028-863-68+338
Tipperary 620411-817-85+84
Clare 61055-6910-85-412
Dublin 60063-3525-118-1490

Final stages

Wexford 3-12 - 1-11 [25] Kilkenny
Nowlan Park Attendance 3,082

Cork 1-17 - 3-11 [26] Galway

Galway 0-10 - 0-9 [27] Cork

Wexford 1-12 - 1-10 Galway
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 17,120
Referee: Karl O'Brien (Dublin)
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Galway
WEXFORD:
GK1 Mags D'Arcy (St Martin's)
RCB2 Claire O'Connor (Rathnure)
FB3 Catherine O'Loughlin (Monageer-Boolavogue)
LCB4 Karen Atkinson (Oulart-The Ballagh) Sub off.svg 13'
RWB5 Noeleen Lambert (St Martin's)
CB6 Mary Leacy (Oulart-The Ballagh)
LWB7 Aoife O'Connor (Rathnure)
MF8 Deirdre Codd (Duffry Rovers) Sub off.svg 53'
MF9 Caroline Murphy Ferns)
RWF10 Kate Kelly (St Ibar’s) 0-2
CF11 Una Leacy (Oulart-The Ballagh) 0-1
LWF12 Michelle O'Leary (Rathnure) 0-1
RCF13 Katrina Parrock (St Ibar’s) 1-2
FF14 Ursula Jacob (Oulart-The Ballagh) 0-6
LCF15 Josie Dwyer Ferns}
Substitutes:
LCB Ciara Storey (Oulart-The Ballagh) for Karen Atkinson Sub on.svg 13'
MF Lenny Holohan (Rathnure) for Deirdre Codd Sub on.svg 53'
Galway:
GK1 Susan Earner (Meelick Eyrecourt)
RCB2 Sandra Tannian (St Thomas)
FB3 Sarah Dervan (Mullagh)
LCB4 Regina Glynn (Athenry)
RWB5 Niamh Kilkenny (Pearses)
CB6 Ann Marie Hayes (Killimor)
LWB7 Therese Manton (Mullagh)
MF8 Brenda Hanney (Killimor)
MF9 Orla Kilkenny (Pearses) 0-1
RWF10 Caroline Murray (St Thomas)
CF11 Therese Maher (Captain) (Athenry)
LWF12 Aislinn Connolly (Castlegar) 1-6
RCF13 Tara Ruttledge (Portumna)
FF14 Jessica Gill (Athenry) 0-1
LCF15 Veronica Curtin (Kinvara) 0-1
Substitutes:
RWF Lorraine Ryan (Killimordaly) for Caroline Murray Sub on.svg 28'
RCF Emma Kilkelly (Kinvara) for Tara Ruttledge Sub on.svg 30' 0-1
LWB Heather Cooney (St Thomas) for Therese Manton Sub on.svg 39'
FF Niamh McGrath (Sarsfields) for Jessica Gill Sub on.svg 56'
MF Aoife Lynskey (Ardrahan) for Orla Kilkenny Sub on.svg 60'

MATCH RULES

  • 60 minutes
  • Replay if scores level
  • Maximum of 5 substitutions

Gala Performance awards 2010

Gala All-Ireland Final Player of the Match

Championship statistics

Scoring

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  28. A record for the larger style pitch adopted in 1999, Kilkenny scored 16-32 against Clare in 1989 and 9-20 against Clare in 1992, both scores on a smaller pitch and goalmouth.
Preceded by
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2009
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship
1932 – present
Succeeded by
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2011