AUDIO: Reaction from Milford Camogie After All Ireland Success
Milford captured their third All Ireland title in four years at Croke Park with a dominant performance against Killimor of Galway.
The North Cork outfit powered to a six points to no score advantage after the first half, while second half goals from Maria Watson and Laura Stack saw it finish 2-08 to 1-03.
Click PLAY below to hear the following interviews;
0:00 Captain Sarah Sexton
1:14 Selector Joe Daly
2:48 Match day Manager Deirdre Murphy
5:55 Emer Watson
7:42 Deirdre Reilly
9:16 Player of the Match Anna Geary.
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