Official Website of the Camogie Association

Allianz Camán to Croker 2024 Clubs Reveal

Fri 17th May

Tara Gleeson


The Camogie Association, along with their proud sponsor Allianz, are excited to announce the 64 clubs that will be competing on Sunday 9th June at Croke Park for the annual Allianz Camán to Croker event. This event also coincides with The Camogie Association’s 120th anniversary celebrations. The 64 U12 teams from across the country will have the opportunity to represent their clubs in this fun-filled day through a series of blitz’, having been lucky enough to be selected through a random open draw.

This event is part of the wider Gaelic Games Go Games activity days and has proven a great success in the years since its establishment. Similar to previous years, we were delighted with the uptake of clubs wishing to participate in the programme.

Brian Molloy, President of The Camogie Association, expressed his congratulations to the selected clubs for their participation in the Allianz Camán to Croker event and thanked Allianz for their continued support of grassroots Camogie through their sponsorship of the Allianz Post-Primary Competition and Allianz Camán to Croker.

“As we celebrate our 120th anniversary, The Camogie Association is in a very strong position thanks to continued support from partners like Allianz who have sponsored this event since 2022. We also appreciate the #StopTheDrop campaign developed by Allianz which aims to decrease the drop-out rate of children in sports. Keeping young people actively involved in team sports and encouraging lifelong participation in physical activity is a shared goal across the Gaelic Games family and we hugely appreciate the Allianz campaign in this regard.

Representing your club and community is a huge honour for all of these young players and I know they will enjoy and cherish the opportunity to play camogie on the hallowed turf at Croke Park.”

Chief Customer Officer Geoff Sparling of Allianz Ireland said ‘’ We are proud to be the official sponsor of The Camogie Association and support Gaelic Games at a grassroots level. As the largest insurer of schools in Ireland, insuring over 500,000 children, we want to play a part in stopping this drop in participation in sport through our awareness campaign #StopTheDrop. Events like Allianz Camán to Croker give young girls the opportunity to play the game they love on the renowned pitch and make life long memories encouraging them to stay involved in sport.’’

Congratulations to all the clubs who have been selected to play on 9th June and we look forward to welcoming you to Croke Park.

  1. Adamstown Camogie Club – Wexford
  2. Aghabullogue – Cork
  3. Ahane Camogie Club – Limerick
  4. An Ríocht – Down
  5. Ardclough Camogie Club – Kildare
  6. Arklow Rock Parnells – Wicklow
  7. Athleague – Roscommon
  8. Aughrim Camogie Club – Wicklow
  9. Ballinkilken GAA Club – Carlow
  10. Ballygarvan – Cork
  11. Boherlahan Dualla – Tipperary
  12. Broadford Camogie Club – Clare
  13. Buffers Alley – Wexford
  14. Butlerstown Camogie – Waterford
  15. Cahir Camogie – Tipperary
  16. Carnmore Camogie Club – Galway
  17. Causeway Camogie Club – Kerry
  18. Clann na nGael – Meath
  19. Clara Camogie Club – Kilkenny
  20. Clarinbridge Camogie Club – Galway
  21. CLG Beart – Donegal
  22. Clonea Camogie – Waterford
  23. Clooney Quin – Clare
  24. Clough-Ballacolla Camogie Club – Laois
  25. Cobh Camogie – Cork
  26. Croagh Kilfinny Camogie Club – Limerick
  27. Crookedwood Camogie  – Westmeath
  28. Danesfort – Kilkenny
  29. Edendork GAC – Tyrone
  30. Erins Isle – Dublin
  31. Glenmore Camogie Club – Kilkenny
  32. Glenroe Camogie Club – Limerick
  33. Gusserane Camogie Club – Wexford
  34. Kilclief Ben Dearg GAC – Down
  35. Kilconieron Camogie Club – Galway
  36. Killeedy Camogie Club – Limerick
  37. Kilmaley Camogie Club – Clare
  38. Lamh Dhearg – Antrim
  39. Milford Camogie Club – Cork
  40. Monaleen – Limerick
  41. Moycarkey Borris – Tipperary
  42. Na Fianna – Meath
  43. Naomh Èamann Camogie – Laois
  44. O Loughlins Gaels – Kilkenny
  45. Rockwell Rovers – Tipperary
  46. Round Towers GAA Club – Kildare
  47. Ruairi Og Cushendall – Antrim
  48. Sean O’Leary’s GAC – Derry
  49. St Cillians – Offaly
  50. St Colmans – Galway
  51. St Dominics – Roscommon
  52. St Lazarian’s Camogie Abbeyleix – Laois
  53. St Munnas – Westmeath
  54. St. Mary’s Rasharkin – Antrim
  55. St. Oliver Plunketts – Westmeath
  56. St. Patrick’s Camogie Club Eglish- Tyronne
  57. St. Patrick’s Mayobridge – Down
  58. Tooreen Camogie Club – Mayo
  59. Tracton Camogie Club – Cork
  60. Tralee Parnells Camogie Club – Kerry
  61. Tramore Camogie Club – Waterford
  62. Truagh Clonlara – Clare
  63. Tullamore Camogie – Offaly
  64. Tullogher  – Kilkenny

To learn more about the Allianz #StopTheDrop campaign and access free resources for your team, visit



Share this post:

Our Sponsors

Our Partners