2012 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship

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All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2012
Championship details
Dates23 June — 16 September 2012
Teams8
All-Ireland champions
Winners Wexford (7th win)
Captain Karen Atkinson
Manager J. J. Doyle
All-Ireland runners-up
Runners-up Cork
Captain Julia White
Manager Paudie Murray
2011
2013

The 2012 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship known as the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship in association with RTÉ Sport for sponsorship reasons is the premier competition of the 2012 camogie season. It commenced on 23 June 2012 and ended with the final on 16 September. Eight county teams compete in the Senior Championship out of twenty-seven who compete overall in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships. Wexford defeated Cork in the final. [1] The championship was notable for the qualification of Offaly for the All-Ireland semi-final just three years after they had been graded junior. Quarter-final stages of the championships were re-introduced for the first time since 2006. The 2012 championship was the first to be held under new rules which allowed two points for a point direct from a sideline ball. [2]

Contents

Provincial Championships

There was an indication of changes in the camogie hierarchy in the provincial championships which were held before the All-Ireland senior championship began. Clare won the Munster championship for the first time since 1944, beating Cork in the final. [3] Offaly defeated Kilkenny in the Leinster semi-final and although Wexford beat Offaly by 1-12 to 1-7 to win the Leinster final, they were boosted by the experience. Offaly went on to beat Kilkenny for the second time in a championship play-off and then Dublin in the All-Ireland quarter final to qualify for the All-Ireland semi-final for the first time. Clare tqualified for the All-Ireland quarter final only to lose to their Munster final victims Cork.

Structure

The eight teams were divided into two groups - Cork, Dublin, Galway and Tipperary in Group 1, and Clare, Kilkenny, Offaly and Wexford in Group 2. Teams received 2 points for a win, 1 point for a draw. The top four teams then contested the semi-finals. All teams in Group 1 played all teams in Group 2. The top team from each group went into the semi-final on opposite sides of the draw. The second team from each group went into quarter-finals on opposite sides of the draw. The third in Group 1 played fourth in Group 2 for a place in the quarter-final and the fourth in Group 1 played the third in Group 2 for a place in the quarter-final. There were draws to decide who played who in the quarter-finals and for home venue for the quarter-finals. [4]

Management changes

For the first time in the history of the championship no female manager had charge if a county team. Wexford retained JJ Doyle as manager. Paudie Murray, brother of goalkeeper Aoife, took over as manager of Cork. Tony Ward took over from Noel Finn as Galway manager. Brendan Williams became Kilkenny manager as Ann Downey departed after four seasons in charge. John Lillis became manager of Tipperary, John Carmody took over from Patsy Fahy as manager of Clare, and John Troy was new manager of Offaly after Joachim Kelly’s achievement in bringing them from junior to senior status in three seasons.

Dual players

Cork players Briege Corkery and Rena Buckley also played for the Cork senior ladies' football team that won the 2012 All-Ireland Senior Ladies' Football Championship. Two Women's Irish Hockey League players played in the championship, Naomi Carroll of Clare and of Emer Lucey of Dublin.

Opening Rounds

The new structure threw up several surprises not least being Offaly’s progression to the semi-final despite finishing joint bottom of the group stages. For the third year in succession Galway defeated the eventual champions in the group stages, but having lost the previous two All- Ireland finals to the same opposition, they failed to reach the final thanks to a late surge by Cork in the semi-final. Offaly achieved a major breakthrough by qualifying for the semi-final.

Controversy

An offer by Wexford GAA to Wexford camogie to staging a double-header between the hurling, and Wexford versus Cork in camogie was rejected by Wexford camogie board [5]

Semi-final

Galway, losing finalists in 2010 and 2011 were defeated in the All-Ireland semifinal by Cork with late double Late goals from Katriona Mackey and Síle Burns.

Results

Group Stage

June 23, 2012 Kilkenny 2-15 – 1-9 [6] Dublin O'Toole Park
Miriam Walsh 1-4, Michelle Quilty 1-2, Aoife Neary 0-5f, Katie Power 0-4 Ciara Berkeley 0-6 (4f, 1 '45), Sarah Ryan 1-0, Louise O'Hara 0-2, Amy Murphy 0-1


June 23, 2012 Galway 1-17 – 1-6 [8] Offaly Banagher
Niamh McGrath 0-6 (5f, 1'45), Ann Marie Hayes 0-3, Brenda Hanney 0-3, Tara Ruttledge 1-0, Martina Conroy 0-2, Niamh Kilkenny 0-1, Orla Kilkenny 0-1, Aislinn Connolly 0-1 Elaine Dermody 1-5 (1-4f, 1'45), Orlaith Kirwan 0-1


June 30, 2012 Tipperary 2-16 – 0-9 [10] Clare Semple Stadium [11]
Cáit Devane 1-3, Joanne Ryan 1-0, Nicole Walsh 0-8 (6f 1'45), Jill Horan 0-3, Siobhan McGrath 0-2 Claire McMahon 0-6 (3f), Chloe Morey 0-1, Naomi Carroll 0-1, Kate Lynch 0-1

June 30, 2012 Galway 2-11 – 1-7 [12] Kilkenny Nowlan Park
Brenda Hanney 2-0, Niamh McGrath 0-4f, Martina Conroy 0-2, Aislinn Connolly 0-1, Noreen Coen 0-1, Orla Kilkenny 0.1, Orlaith McGrath 0-1, Tara Ruttledge 0-1 Aoife Neary 0-4f, Katie Power 0-3 (0-1 pen), Edel Maher 1-0

June 30, 2012 Wexford 0-14 – 0-9 [13] Cork Bellefield, Enniscorthy
Ursula Jacob 0-8 (6f), Úna Leacy 0-3, Kate Kelly 0-3(2f) Julia White 0-1, Katriona Mackey 0-1, Orla Cotter 0-2 (1f), Joanne Casey 0-2, Jennifer O'Leary 0-3 (1f)

June 30, 2012 Offaly 3-14 – 3-11 [14] Dubin O' Toole Park, Crumlin
Elaine Dermody 3-8(1-05f 1'45), Jean Brady 0-2, Arlene Watkins 0-2, Siobhán Flannery 0-2 Amy Murphy 2-0, Alison Maguire 0-6f, Muireann O'Gorman 1-2, Sarah Ryan 0-1, Ciara Burgess 0-1, Alison Twomey 0-1

July 7, 2012 Galway 1-13 – 0-11 [15] Clare Cusack Park, Ennis [16]
Niamh McGrath 0-7 (3f), Martina Conroy 0-2, Aislinn Connolly 0-2, Orla Kilkenny 0-1, Ann Marie Hayes 0-1 Claire McMahon 0-6 (5f), Fiona Lafferty 0-4 (3f), Chloe Morey 0-2, Katie Cahill 0-1

July 7, 2012 Cork 4-20 – 1-5 [17] Offaly Pairc Ui Chaoimh [18]
Claire Shine 1-5, Katriona Mackey 1-4, Orla Cotter 0-5 (3f), Katie Buckley 1-2, Linda Dorgan 1-1, Jennifer O'Leary 0-3f Elaine Dermody 0-3f, Emma Dunne 1-0, Tina Hannon 0-2

July 7, 2012 Tipperary 2-15 – 1-15 [19] Kilkenny Nowlan Park
Nicole Walsh 0-7 (0-4 frees, 0-3 '45s), Noreen Flanagan 2-0, Alice Fogarty 0-3, Jill Horan 0-2, Joanne Ryan, Sarah Fryday 0-1, Cáit Devane 0-1 Aoife Neary 0-7 (all frees), Katie Power 0-4, Michelle Quilty 1-0, Miriam Walsh 0-2, Noelle Maher 0-1, Niamh Byrne 0-1

July 8, 2012 Wexford 2-20 – 1-4 [20] Dublin Wexford Park
Úna Leacy 0-1, Louise Codd 0-3, Fiona Kavanagh 0-1, Ursula Jacob 1-6 (1-1'45), Karen Kelly 0-2f, Josie Dwyer 0-3, Katrina Parrock 0-3, Evelyn Quigley 1-1 Mairi Moynihan 0-4f, Aisling Carolan 1-0

July 14, 2012 Galway 3-14 – 0-10 [21] Wexford Kenny Park, Athenry
Martina Conroy 2-0, Brenda Hanney 1-0, Orla Kilkenny 0-1, Noreen Coen 0-1 Ursula Jacob 0-7, Michelle O'Leary 0-1, Katrina Parrock 0-1, Josie Dwyer 0-1

July 14, 2012 Tipperary 1-12 – 1-10 [22] Offaly St Brendans Park, Birr
Cáit Devane 0-9, Caoimhe Maher 1-1, Siobhan McGrath 0-1, Jill Horan Elaine Dermody 0-9, Arlene Watkins 1-0, Siobhan Flannery 0-1

July 14, 2012 Cork 2-15 – 1-7 [23] Kilkenny Ballincollig
Jennifer O'Leary 0-5 (0-4 '45s), Katie Buckley 1-0, Linda Dorgan 1-0, Katriona Mackey 0-3 . Anna Geary 0-3, Briege Corkery 0-2, Claire Shine 0-1, Joanne Casey 0-1 Michelle Quilty 0-4 (0-3 frees), Miriam Walsh 1-1, Grace Walsh 0-1, Kelly Hamilton 0-1

July 14, 2012 Dublin 1-9 – 0-12 [24] Clare Parnell Park
Mairi Moynihan (0-4); Amy Murphy (1-0); Aisling Carolan (0-2), Laura Twomey (0-1) Muireann O'Gorman (0-1), Áine Fanning (0-1) Claire McMahon (0-7), Naomi Carroll (0-2), Susan Fahy (0-2)

Table

TeamPldWDLFADiffPts
Galway 44027739+388
Cork 43017847+316
Wexford 43017048+226
Tipperary 43016760+76
Kilkenny 41035971-122
Offaly 41035288–362
Clare 00134766–191
Dublin 40145182–311

Play Offs


Cork 1-13 – 0-9 [25] Tipperary
Katriona Mackey 1-4, Jennifer O'Leary 0-5 (4f), Orla Cotter 0-2 (1f), Anna Geary 0-1, Briege Corkery 0-1 Nicole Walsh 0-6 (4f), Ciara Ryan 0-1, Joanne Ryan 0-1, Jill Horan 0-1
Ballincollig

Offaly 2-13 – 1-11 [26] Kilkenny
Siobhán Flannery 0-7 (0-3 frees), Elaine Dermody 1-3 (0-2 frees), Michaela Morkan 0-3, Arlene Watkins 1-1 Katie Power 1-2, Aoife Neary 0-5 (all frees), Miriam Walsh 0-3, Noelle Maher 0-1
St Brendans Park, Birr

Clare 1-19 – 1-7 [27] Tipperary
Claire McMahon 0-10 (9f 1'45), Fiona Lafferty 0-4, Naomi Carroll 0-1, Niki Kaiser 0-2, Ailish Considine 1-2 Jill Horan 0-1, Nicole Walsh 1-2, Caoimhe Maher 0-1, Cáit Devane 0-2, Noreen Flanagan 0-1

Dublin 0-17 – 2-10 aet [28] [29] Kilkenny
Mairi Moynihan 0-10 (9f 1’45), Aisling Carolan 0-2, Sarah Ryan 0-1, Alison Twomey 0-1, Orla Durkan 0-1, Arlene Cushen 0-1, Áine Fanning 0-1 Aoife Neary 0-7 (4f, 2'45's), Katie Power 1-1, Elaine Aylward 1-0, Kelly Hamilton 0-1, Leanne Fennelly 0-1

Final stages

Cork 1-10 – 0-10 [30] Clare
Jennifer O'Leary 0-4(2f), Katriona Mackey 1-2, Orla Cotter 0-1f, Katie Buckley 0-1, Joanne Casey 0-1, Aoife Murray 0-1 Chloe Morey 0-6, Fiona Lafferty 0-1, Naomi Carroll 0-1, Claire McMahon 0-1, Susan Fahy 0-1

Offaly 1-13 – 2-9 [31] Dublin
Elaine Dermody 1-7(1pen 4f 1'45), Michaela Morkan 0-3, Siobhan Flannery 0-2, Arlene Watkins 0-1 Mairi Moynihan 2-2(1-2f), Louise O'Hara 0-1, Laura Twomey 0-1, Muireann O'Gorman 0-1, Alison Twomey 0-1, Aisling Carolan 0-1, Áine Fanning 0-1, Amy Murphy 0-1

Wexford 3-14 – 0-5 [32] Offaly
Katrina Parrock 2-2, Ursula Jacob 1-4, Fiona Rochford 0-3, Kate Kelly 0-3 (1 pen), Úna Leacy 0-1, Fiona Kavanagh 0-1 Elaine Dermody 0-2 (fs), Michaela Morkan 0-1, Siobhan Flannery 0-1, Arlene Watkins 0-1


Wexford 3-13 – 3-6 [34] Cork
Ursula Jacob 2-7 (0-4fs, 0-2 45s); Katrina Parrock 1-2; Fiona Rochford 0-2, Kate Kelly 0-2 Jennifer O’Leary 0-4 (3fs, 1 45); Aoife Murray (pen), Sile Burns, Katrina Mackey 1-0 each; Orla Cotter 0-1, Briege Corkery 0-1
Croke Park
Attendance: 14,974
Referee: Mike O'Kelly (Cork)
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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)
RWB5 Noeleen Lambert (St Martin's)
CB6 Mary Leacy (Oulart-The Ballagh)
LWB7 Deirdre Codd (Duffry Rovers)
MF8 Lisa Bolger (St Martin's)) Sub off.svg 47'
MF9 Kate Kelly (St Ibar’s)
RWF10 Michelle O'Leary (Rathnure)
CF11 Una Leacy (Oulart-The Ballagh)
LWF12 Josie Dwyer (Ferns) Sub off.svg 57'
RCF13 Fiona Rochford (St Anne’s)
FF14 Katrina Parrock (St Ibar’s)
LCF15 Ursula Jacob (Oulart-The Ballagh)
Substitutes:
MF Fiona Kavanagh (Oulart-The Ballagh) for Lisa Bolger Sub on.svg 47'
CORK:
GK1 Aoife Murray (Cloughduv) 1-0
RCB2 Rena Buckley (Inniscarra)
FB3 Joanne O'Callaghan (St Finbarr's)
LCB4 Jenny Duffy (St Finbarr's)
RWB5 Eimear O’Sullivan (Ballinhassig)
CB6 Gemma O’Connor (St Finbarr's)
LWB7 Pamela Mackey (Douglas)
MF8 Jennifer O'Leary (Barryroe)
MF9 Orla Cotter (St Catherine’s)
RWF10 Joanne Casey (Inniscarra) Sub off.svg 56'
CF11 Anna Geary (Milford)
LWF12 Claire Shine (Douglas)
RCF13 Katriona Mackey (Douglas)
FF14 Briege Corkery (Cloughduv)
LCF15 Síle Burns (Rockbán) Sub off.svg 56'
Substitutes:
LCF Katie Buckley {Mallow} for Burns Sub on.svg 56'
RWF Regina Curtin (Milford) for Casey (Sub on.svg 56'

MATCH RULES

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

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Preceded by
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2011
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship
1932 – present
Succeeded by
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2013