WATCH: Limerick’s Niamh Mulcahy talks about her 2017 Championship hopes

Limerick’s Niamh Mulcahy talks about her 2017 Championship hopes.

Limerick captain Niamh Mulcahy talks about what they need to do to kick on in the 2017 Liberty Insurance Ireland All-Ireland Camogie Championship!

It all starts with a huge game tomorrow against Offaly at the Gaelic Grounds. Let’s hope the girls get off to a good start with a win. Luimneach Abú!

Video Courtesy of the Camogie Association.

Interview – Niamh Mulcahy, Limerick

VIDEO: Limerick captain Niamh Mulcahy talks about what they need to do to kick on in the 2017 Liberty Insurance Ireland All-Ireland Camogie Championship!#RaiseTheBarLimerick Camogie LimerickGAA Munster Camogie Ulster Camogie Leinster Camogie Ulster Camogie Official GAA

Posted by Camogie on Friday, June 9, 2017

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