Dominant Harps make it six of the best

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.

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

Dicksboro 0-5

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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