Jane Adams (camogie)

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Jane Adams
Personal information
Irish name Síne Níc Ádhaimh
Sport Camogie
Position Centre field
Born Antrim, Northern Ireland
Years Club Apps (scores)
O'Donovan Rossa GAC Belfast ?
Club titles
Ulster titles 4
Years County Apps (scores)
Antrim ?
Inter-county titles
All Stars 1
* club appearances and scores correct as of (16:31, 30 June 2010 (UTC)).
**Inter County team apps and scores correct as of (16:31, 30 June 2010 (UTC)).

Jane Adams is a Northern Irish camogie player, winner of an All-Star award in 2008, a Lynchpin award, predecessor of the All Star awards, in 2003.[1] and an Intermediate Soaring Star award in 2011. She was Ulster camogie player of the year three times. She captained Antrim to the All-Ireland Junior Camogie Championship in 2010.[2][3]


From Upper Dunmurry Lane in Belfast, she played for St Malachy’s at primary school level and attended St. Louise's before joining O'Donovan Rossa GAC Belfast.[4] She won her first Junior All-Ireland medal in 1997 when Antrim defeated Cork in the All-Ireland final. She was Player of the match in the 2001 All-Ireland Intermediate final and won a second intermediate medal in 2003.[5]

All Ireland Club Championship

She won four Ulster Championships and one All-Ireland Title with Rossa, winning prominence as captain, play-maker and scorer of two goals and nine points as O'Donovan Rossa became the first Ulster club to win the All Ireland Club Championship in 2008.[6] She had previously scored 2-11 in the semi-final against Ballyboden St Enda's.[7]


  1. ^ "Camogie All Stars". Camogie.ie. Cumann Camógaíochta. 13 November 2009. Retrieved 30 June 2010.
  2. ^ 2010 drawn Junior final Antrim 1-9 Waterford 1-9 report in Irish Times, RTÉ online Archived 2010-09-14 at the Wayback Machine and RTÉ online match-tracker Archived 2010-10-17 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ 2010 junior final replay Antrim 2-10 Waterford 0-12 report in Irish Independent, RTÉ Online Archived 2010-10-07 at the Wayback Machine and on camogie.ie
  4. ^ History of camogie in Antrim in Andersonstown News
  5. ^ Jane Adams interviewed by Tom Humphries, Irish Times Nov 11 2008
  6. ^ O’Donovan Rossa 2-15 Drom & Inch 1-12 report on RTÉ online[permanent dead link]
  7. ^ O’Donovan Rossa 3-18 Ballyboden St Enda’s 0-6 report in Irish Independent

External links

  • Profile in Cúl4kidz magazine
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