Gael Linn Cup 1994

The 1994 Gael Linn Cup, the most important representative competition for elite level participants in the women's team field sport of camogie, was won by Munster, who defeated Ulster in the final, played at Silver Park Kilmacud.[1][2] For the second year of a two-year experimental period, the Gael Linn Cups were played with teams of 15-a-side, as a prelude to the increase in team size from 12 to 15 in 1999 for all matches.

Gael Linn Cup 1994
Championship Details
Dates
Competitors
Sponsor
Gael Linn Cup winners
Winners Munster (9th title)
Captain
Manager
Gael Linn Cup Runners-up
Runners-up Ulster
Captain
Manager
Matches played 3

ArrangementsEdit

Ulster had a surprise 2–10 to 1–12 win over Leinster at Navan. Munster had a walkover from Connacht then defeated an Ulster team which, for the first time, had no Antrim players 4–11 to 2–7 in the final at Silver Park.[3][4][5][6][7] Ulster defeated Leinster 4–8 to 2–8, in the Gael Linn trophy semi-final at Navan. Munster had to come from behind to defeat an all-Roscommon Connacht 1–11 to 2–4. Pauline McCarthy scored three goals as Munster defeated Ulster 5–9 to 2–12 in the final.

Final stagesEdit

Munster4–11 – 2–7Ulster
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Munster:
GK 1 Kathleen Costine (Cork)
RCB 2 Claire Madden (Tipperary)
FB 3 Breda Kenny (Cork)
LCB 4 Liz Towler (Cork)
RWB 5 Paula Goggins (Cork)
CB 6 Therese O'Callaghan (Cork) (captain)
LWB 7 Stephanie Dunlea (Cork)
MF 8 Eithne Duggan (Cork)
MF 9 Triona Bonnar (Tipperary)
RWF 10 Patricia Murphy (Cork)
CF 11 Lynn Dunlea (Cork)
LWF 12 Irene O'Keeffe (Cork)
RCF 13 Fiona O'Driscoll (Cork)
FF 14 Deirdre Hughes (Tipperary)
LCF 15 Colette O'Mahony (Cork) .
Ulster:
GK 1 Margaret McKee (Armagh)
RCB 2 Teresa McNally (Armagh)
FB 3 Donna Greeran (Down)
LCB 4 Róisín McCluskey (Derry)
RWB 5 Nuala McGee (Down)
CB 6 Colette Byrne (Armagh)
LWB 7 Orlagh Murphy (Armagh)
MF 8 Mary Black (Armagh) (captain)
MF 9 Olive McGeown (Armagh)
RWF 10 Bernie McBride (Armagh)
CF 11 Maureen McAleenan (Down)
LWF 12 Grace McMullan (Antrim)
RCF 13 Glenda Fitzpatrick (Fermanagh)
FF 14 Patricia McEvoy (Armagh)
LCF 15 Ursula McGivern (Armagh)

Junior FinalEdit

Munster5–9 – 2–12Ulster
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Munster:
GK 1 Breda O'Brien (Limerick)
RCB 2 Colette Cronin (Cork)
FB 3 Evelyn Healy (Cork)
LCB 4 Agnes Sheehy (Limerick)
RWB 5 Regina O'Meara (Tipperary)
CB 6 Suzanne Kelly (Tipperary)
LWB 7 Bernie O'Brien (Limerick)
MF 8 Maeve Stokes (Tipperary)
MF 9 Vivienne Harris (Cork)
RWF 10 Kay Burke (Limerick)
CF 11 Helen Kiely (Tipperary)
LWF 12 Mary Burke (Limerick)
RCF 13 Martha Butler (Waterford)
FF 14 Pauline McCarthy (Limerick) (captain)
LCF 15 Anne Gleeson (Tipperary)
Ulster:
GK 1 Imelda Gillen (Antrim)
RCB 2 Pauline Greene (Down)
FB 3 Mary Rose McGready (Tyrone)
LCB 4 Geraldine Haughey (Armagh)
RWB 5 Deirdre Cunning (Antrim)
CB 6 Bronagh McCorry (Antrim)
LWB 7 Claire McGarry (Antrim)
MF 8 Pauline McGuigan (Derry)
MF 9 Leona Fay (Tyrone)
RWF 10 Eimear Brennan (Cavan)
CF 11 Deirdre Savage (Down)
LWF 12 Brenda Burke (Tyrone)
RCF 13 Rosie Butler (Antrim)
FF 14 Mary Donnelly (Armagh)
LCF 15 Bonnie McGreevey (Down)

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ReferencesEdit

  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. ^ Gael Linn Cup on Camogie.ie
  3. ^ Report of final in Irish Press, 1 October 1994
  4. ^ Report of final in Irish Independent, 1 October 1994
  5. ^ Report of final in Irish Times, 1 October 1994
  6. ^ Report of final in Irish Examiner, 1 October 1994
  7. ^ Report of final in Irish News, 1 October 1994

External linksEdit

Preceded by Gael Linn Cup
1954 – present
Succeeded by