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Forty eight camogie clubs took part into the Camán to Croker event in association with John Torpey Hurleys on Saturday May 5th. Click to watch a video of the action from Caman to Croker

720 camogie stars took to the field for a Go Games blitz as well as visiting the renowned Croke Park Museum. 
This is the inaugural year of the Camán to Corker competition which invites U12 Camogie clubs to enter a draw to play Go Games in GAA HQ. 
Speaking about the event President of the Camogie Association Aileen Lawlor said:
“Camán to Croker is a fantastic opportunity for our young camogie players to sample the incredible experience of playing in Croke Park, an iconic venue for all Gaelic games supporters and players.
We are delighted that 720 camogie players, cheered on by family and friends were in attendance today to share in this wonderful experience. Camán to Croker further underlines our deep commitment to develop and promote the games at under-age level in all counties.I would like to thank John Torpey Hurleys who have kindly sponsored this event. Torpey Hurleys are a strong supporter of the Camogie Association and we are delighted to have Torpey Hurleys as our title sponsor for this event.”
John Torpey, MD of Torpey Hurleys said:
“As one of the leading manufacturers of top quality hurls, Torpey Hurleys are delighted to be involved as the title sponsor for this event. We are proud supporters of camogie and we are particularly pleased that we can support an initiative which provides young camogie players with a truly rewarding experience.
The full list of this year’s Camán to Croker participants were as follows: 
Connacht: Western Gaels, Sligo; Athleague, Roscommon; Tulsk, Roscommon; 
Oranmore Maree, Galway; Salthill, Galway; St Colmans, Galway; Kiltormer, Galway. 
James Stephens, Kilkenny;  Kilmacow, Kilkenny; Clann na nGael, Meath; Donaghmore Ashbourne, Meath; St Brides, Knockbridge, Louth; St Munna’s, Westmeath; Naomh Brid, Westmeath; Tullamore, Offaly; Lusmagh, Offaly; Kildavin Clonegal, Carlow; Johnstownbridge, Kildare; Athy, Kildare; St Mary’s, Rosslare, Wexford; Castletown Liam Mellows, Wexford; Annacurra, Wicklow; Thomas Davis, Dublin; Faugh’s Celtic, Dublin; Whitehall, Dublin; Portlaoise Camogie Club, Laois.
Killanena, Clare; Clarecastle, Clare; Corofin, Clare; Cobh, Cork; Ballyhea, Cork; St Finbarrs, Cork; Aghabullogue, Cork; Kilbrittain/Timoleague, Cork
Brian Boru’s Ballylooby, Tipperary; Burgess Duhara, Tipperary;
Portroe, Tipperary; Clonea, Waterford; Newcastle West Limerick;
Mungret St Pauls, Limerick.
Drumgoon, Cavan; Inniskeen, Monaghan; Carndonagh, Donegal; 
Clan na nGael, Armagh; Magherafelt, Derry; Ballycastle, Antrim; Clonduff, Down;
Naomh Treasa, Tyrone.
Photographs from the day are available by contacting Caroline Quinn Photography directly on and 086 336 2898.

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