Camán to Croker 2019 – Fun in the Sun
On a sun-drenched Easter Monday, 1200 girls, along with their mentors, supporters and mascots, made the journey to Croke Park to take part in Camán to Croker 2019.
This Under 12’s development initiative gave the chance to 64 clubs from across the island of Ireland to take to the pitch in Croke Park and represent their club with pride through playing the game of Camogie. Each club played 3 games with super skills on show throughout the day. 21 clubs came from Leinster, with 14 from Connacht, 11 from Ulster and 18 from Munster.
Carlow: St Mullins, Burren Rangers
Dublin: Commercials, Faughs, Naomh Peregrines, Kevins, St Oliver Plunketts,
Kildare: St Laurence’s, Sallins
Kilkenny: Barrow Rangers, Kilmacow
Laois: St Lazarians
Meath: Boardsmill, Navan O Mahoneys
Offaly: St. Cillians
Westmeath: St Munna’s
Wexford: Ballynestragh Gaels, Crannford/Monaseed, Duffry Rovers
Wicklow: Kilcoole, Aughrim
Clare: Clarecastle, Clooey-Quin, Kilmaley
Cork: Blackrock, Bishopstown, Aghada, Ballygarvan, Ballinhassig, Bandon, Millstreet
Limerick: Patrickswell, Granagh/Ballingarry, Kilmallock
Tipperary: Ballybacon/Grange, St Cronans, Ballina,
Waterford: Ballyduff Upper
Antrim: Ruairi Óg, Cushendall
Armagh: St Mary’s Granemore, An Port Mor, St Enda’s Derrymacash
Down: Kilclief Ben Dearg; Kilrea, Greenlough
Tyrone: Naomh Treasa
Mayo: Westport, Castlebar Mitchells
Galway: Liam Mellows, Shamrocks, St Colmans, Turloughmore, Killimor, Craughwell, Athenry, Carnmore, Salthill
Roscommon: Four Roads, Roscommon Gaels, St Dominic’s
A special mention for our First Whistlers who were brilliant in keeping the games flowing and, hopefully, we will see them again taking charge in Croke Park in the future.
Congratulations to all players, mentors, coaches, supporters and parents for making it a special day to remember!
Click here to take a look at some of the day’s action.