The Annual Camogie Legends Tournament will take place on Saturday March 5th next in Na Fianna GAA club in Dublin. This is a tournament for players aged 35 and over who are no longer playing intercounty Camogie. There is a Cup and shield Competition on the day. This is a 7 a side tournament with 12 permitted per panel. Any county that is interested in taking part in the tournament must register their interest to: Mary.firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday February 12th.
Last year Tipperary retained the Biddy Philips Cup with Antrim winning the shield Competition (pictured above).
Can Tipperary retain cup for 3 years in a row in 2016?
Other development news includes:
· Wicklow Forum a hit with clubs
· Belfast Cumann na mBunscol Indoor Winners
· Derry Forum provides key information for clubs
· Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Conference coming up this weekend
· So Many Decisions, So Little Time- more videos
Wicklow Forum a hit with clubs
60 attended the Wicklow forum in Aughrim on Saturday January 30th. Eleven of the fourteen clubs in Wicklow had representation at the Forum with key speakers including Liam O Neill, Mary O Connor and practical session with Limerick U21’s coach Ross Corbett.
Liam O Neill addressing Wicklow Forum
60 people in attendance at Wicklow Forum
Belfast Cumann na mBunscol Indoor Winners
The finals of the Belfast Cumann Na mBunscol indoor blitz took place last Friday January 29th in Anderstown Leisure Center Belfast. Bunscoil Phobal Feirste came out as winners with 16 teams taking part in the competition for the week.
Winners of indoor Blitz -Bunscoil Phobal Feirste
Action from the Indoor Blitz
Derry Forum provides key information for clubs
The Derry Club forum was held last Saturday January 30th with all clubs taking great knowledge home in areas such as administration, fundraising and the role of the public relations Officer. Thanks to Martin McAviney, Ciaran Woods and Fionntan O Dowd for presenting at the Forum.
Martin McAviney addressing the Derry Forum
Camera shy participants at Derry Forum!
Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Conference coming up this weekend
The 12th O’Neill’s Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Development Conference will take place this Saturday February 6th in the Glenavon House Hotel, Cookstown.
So Many Decisions, So Little Time- More Videos