She was also part of the Imokilly divisional team that won five-in-a-row in the senior ranks between 1972-76.
Marie was nominated as captain of the 1973 Cork team, and she proudly led the Rebels to a one-point win over Antrim in a pulsating decider.
After what was an illustrious career Marie retired in 1987 at the age of 40 after playing at the top level for 20 years.
Her sporting honours in camogie are another great chapter in Cloyne’s history.
Marie Costine is the holder of nine Cork senior championship medals.
Marie is the aunt of the former Cork Senior hurling goalkeeper Donal Óg Cusack.
Costine captained Cloyne to win the Cork Intermediate camogie championship of 1973 where her six sisters also played in the same team.
In 2004 Marie Costine was named on the camogie team of the century at a presentation before 1,000 guests at the City West Dublin.
Marie retired from camogie in 1987 at the age of 40.