And so the legacy continues. The Harps camogie club once again sit looking down on the rest of Leinster, their sixth year in a row to find themselves in such a position, after they overcame Dicksboro by five points in their own back yard on Sunday.
Leinster Intermediate Club Camogie Final
The Harps 0-10
Not too many teams head for Kilkenny in a Leinster final and come away with anything other than regrets, but that wasn’t the case for The Harps. For the second year in a row they stared down Kilkenny opposition in a Leinster final, and won, with this success their sixth provincial title in six years.
Dicksboro gave it everything, but the experience of The Harps proved too strong on a wet, miserable day in Palmerstown. The testing conditions required a champions mentality to cope, and that’s where The Harps had the upper hand. After the disappointment of their All-Ireland final loss earlier this year, they have bounced back admirably and will have their sights firmly set on another All-Ireland final date.
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