The chase for the traveling championship in camogie lasted for only eight games in 2020. The best club for the year was Tipperary, but the year ended with Kilkenny back on top.
Coronavirus limited the traveling championship in camogie to eight games in 2020. Under the circumstances, a four-game title for Tipperary was the best anyone could do.
The wins put Tipperary on the board all-time, which here is two years through 2020. But Kilkenny remains the leader. Kilkenny registered only one game of title in 2020, taking the All-Ireland championship and the lineal title with a win against Galway in December.
Kilkenny now has nine games of championship all-time, the most of any team. Galway is second with five, while Cork and Tipperary each have four.