2018 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship

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All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2018
Championship details
Dates9 June – 9 September, 2018
Teams11
All-Ireland champions
Winners Cork (28th win)
Captain Aoife Murray
Manager Paudie Murray
All-Ireland runners-up
Runners-up Kilkenny
Captain Shelly Farrell
Manager Ann Downey
Championship statistics
Matches played30
2017
2019

The 2018 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship – known as the Liberty Insurance Camogie Championship for sponsorship reasons – is the premier inter-county competition of the 2018 camogie season.

Contents

The championship began on 9 June and ended on 9 September with Cork retaining the O'Duffy Cup. [1] [2] [3] [4]

Teams

Eleven county teams compete in the Senior Championship. 19 lower-ranked county teams compete in the Intermediate and Junior Championships.

Format

Group Stage

The eleven teams are drawn into two groups of five and six. Each team plays the other teams in their group once. Three points are awarded for a win and one for a draw.

Knock-out stage

Group Stage

Key to colours
    Advance to semi-finals
    Advance to quarter-finals

Group 1

Group 1 Table

TeamPldWDLDiffPts
Colours of Kilkenny.svg Kilkenny 4400+4912
Colours of Galway.svg Galway 4301+289
Colours of Waterford.svg Waterford 4202–186
Colours of Limerick.svg Limerick 4013–241
Colours of Clare.svg Clare 4013–351

Group 2

Group 2 Table

TeamPldWDLDiffPts
Colours of Cork.svg Cork 5500+9515
Colours of Tipperary.svg Tipperary 5311+1110
Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 5311010
Colours of Offaly.svg Offaly 5203–126
Colours of Wexford.svg Wexford 5104–153
Colours of Meath.svg Meath 5005–790

Knock-out stage

Quarter-Finals

Quarter-Final
Waterford Colours of Waterford.svg 1-7 – 1-14 Colours of Tipperary.svg Tipperary
Report
Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
Referee: Owen Elliott (Antrim)
Quarter-Final
Galway Colours of Galway.svg 0-20 – 0-4 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin
A Donohue, C Dolan (fs) 0-4 each; C Cormican, N McGrath (1f) 0-3 each; N Kilkenny 0-2; C Walsh, F Keely, S McGrath 0-1 each Report O Beagan 0-3(2fs); A Griffin 0-1
Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
Referee: L Dempsey (Kilkenny)

Semi-Finals

Kilkenny Colours of Kilkenny.svg 1-10 – 1-7 Colours of Galway.svg Galway
D Gaule 0-6f; K Power 1-1; J Malone 0-1; M Quilty, M Farrell 0-1 each Report C Dolan 0-5f; R Hennelly 1-0 (pen); N Kilkenny, A O’Reilly 0-1 each
Semple Stadium, Thurles
Referee: R Kelly (Kildare)

Cork Colours of Cork.svg 0-21 – 0-9 Colours of Tipperary.svg Tipperary
Cotter 0-9 (7fs); C Sigerson, K Mackey 0-3 each; L Collins 0-2; A O’Connor, O Cronin, L Homan, P Mackey 0-1 each Report C Devane 0-5f; Caoimhe Maher, O O’Dwyer, G O’Brien, S Fryday 0-1 each
Semple Stadium, Thurles
Referee: E Cassidy (Derry)

Final

Kilkenny Colours of Kilkenny.svg 0-13 – 0-14 Colours of Cork.svg Cork
Denise Gaule 0-10 (7f, 2 '65'); Julia Ann Malone, Meghan Farrell, Michelle Quilty 0-1 each Report Orla Cotter 0-5f; Chloe Sigerson 0-3f; Katrina Mackey, Orla Cronin 0-2 each; Aoife Murray (pen), Amy O’Connor 0-1 each
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 21,453
Referee: Eamon Cassidy (Derry)

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