Slaneysiders or Rebels for final; CAMOGIE LATEST.
Following Cork's 0-15 to 0-5 victory over Limerick at Mallow yesterday, Wexford and Galway are on four points, Cork are on two but have a game on hand. However, if the Slaneysiders were to win, they would top the table and go through.
Emer Dillon back after a year out, Rachel Moloney and Una O'Donoghue bagged 0-3 each.
Elsewhere, Clare claimed their first points beating hapless Dublin 2-7 to 2-6 at Naomh Mearnog.
However, the result has no bearing on the final pairings. Claire Commane and Sarah Ryan exchanged goals in a tight first half.
Carina Roseingrave goaled again for Clare but a green flag from Alison Maguire was not enough for the Dubs.
Meanwhile, Loreto College Kilkenny - captained by centre back Grace Walsh, a sister to county star Tommy - defeated St Patrick's Maghera to win the All Ireland junior A College's title. Goals from Laura Fitzpatrick and Noelle Maher set them on their way.
In the junior B final, St Joseph's Borrisoleigh boosted by goals from NicoleWalsh, Aoife Ryan, Julie Ann Burke, Michelle Ryan and Moira Ryan defeated St Patrick's Keady, 5-7 to 3-2.
Hazelwood College Dromcollogher won their first All Ireland C title, when the Limerick school overcame St Paul's Kilrea.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Mar 30, 2009|
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