Q Radio Sport
Slaughtneil and Clonduff camogs have been celebrating All-Ireland title wins at Croke Park in a unique Ulster double on Sunday.
The Derry club lifted the AIB Senior Championship for a third year in a row, defeating St Martin's of Wexford 1-9 to 7 points.
Slaughtneil's Tina Hannon was named Player of the Match.
Clonduff also made history with a first ever All-Ireland title.
They beat Gailltir of Waterford by 10 points to nine in the Intermediate final.
The game featured a sensational long-range point from Fionnuala Carr.
Player of the Match was the Down team's captain Paula (Gribben) O'Hagan.
Hundreds turned out for the Hilltown homecoming...
Hilltown is rocking. Why? Because they’re simply the best in Ireland! @clonduffcamogs ... @ClonduffGAC @OfficialDownGAA @McnallyMg @OfficialCamogie @downcamogiepro #TheToughest pic.twitter.com/3PN7UIhO3r— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) March 3, 2019
Winning smiles...@carrfi06 & sis @carr_sl join legend dad @andun1010 in elite club as @clonduffcamogs lift All-Ireland for 1ST TIME EVER. + Fionnuala full of praise for @GACSlaughtneil who clinch 3-in-a-row 👏 👏 👏 Unique Ulster double - reports & reaction on air am #Derry #Down pic.twitter.com/KbIGTBIZl2— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) March 3, 2019
🎥 Unique Ulster double: Derry & Down history-makers@GACSlaughtneil complete incredible All Ireland title treble@clonduffcamogs win AI for 1st time ever. CC skipper @paula7gribben “Dream come true, ultimate achievement in any GAA player’s life”— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) March 4, 2019
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