Since their All Ireland triumph over Dublin last year there has been no stopping Meath, who have now won their first-ever league title and made themselves favorites for All Ireland this year, Cork doubles star legend Rena Buckley said this week . In the podcast.
ena joined Sinéad Kissane and Donnchadh Boyle as they looked back on an impressive two-point win over Donegal at Croke Park on Sunday that has set a sign for the summer. Also in women’s football, in Division 2, Kerry Armagh beat 1:12 to 0:12 to gain promotion to the top flight next season.
While Saturday’s Division 1 and Division 2 Camogie finals also took place at Croke, Wexford legend Ursula Jacob joined Sinéad and Donnchadh on the show, highlighting Galway’s strength in detail as they came back from six points and Cork with four defeated points.
It’s now five straight wins against Cork for the reigning All Ireland champions but Ursula believes Cork shouldn’t be too down on the defeat and can look forward to another win at All Ireland in the summer. She advises them to face Galway again. Elsewhere in Division 2, Wexford beat Antrim by seven points and returned to Division 1.
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https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/the-throw-in/the-throw-in-no-stopping-meath-and-galways-dominance-over-cork-41542455.html The interjection: Meath & Galway’s dominance over Cork is unstoppable