Forty eight camogie clubs from all over Ireland attended this year’s Camán to Croker in association with John Torpey Hurleys on Saturday April 6th in Croke Park playing in beautiful sunny conditions.
Caman to Croker Day
720 budding camogie stars took to the field for a Go Games blitz and visited Croke Park Museum.
This is the second year of the Camán to Croker competition which invites U12 Camogie clubs to enter a draw to play Go Games in GAA HQ.
The full list of this year’s Camán to Croker participants are as follows:
Saint Mochuas, Armagh; Portglenone, Antrim; Bailieborough, Cavan; Bredagh, Down; Portaferry, Down; Ballinderry, Derry; Clontribret, Monaghan; Edendork, Tyrone; Letterkenny Gaels, Donegal.
Ballyboden, Dublin; St.Annes, Dublin; Faughs, Dublin; Kilmacud Crokes, Dublin; Naomh Maur, Dublin; Thomas Davis, Dublin; Bunclody,Wexford; Kilrush, Wexford; Cappagh, Kildare; Moorfield, Kildare; Carnew Emmetts, Wicklow; Kiltegan, Wicklow; Lough lene
Gales, Westmeath; Cullion, Westmeath; Piltown, Kilkenny; St.Annes, Louth; St.Brigids, Laois; Trim, Meath; Birr, Offaly; Naomh Brid, Carlow
Bishopstown, Cork; Rathluirc, Cork; Sarsfields, Cork; Enniskeane, Cork; Cappoquin, Waterford; Feakle, Clare; Tulla, Clare; Killarney, Kerry; Knockavilla, Tipperary; Silvermines, Tipperary; Murroe Boher, Limerick; Tournafulla, Limerick.
Castlebar Mitchels, Mayo; Clarinbridge, Galway; Eyrecourt, Galway; Mountbellew/Moylough, Galway; Mullagh, Galway; Oran, Roscommon
Roscommon Gaels, Roscommon
*Camán to Croker took place on Saturday, April 6th in Croke Park. To keep up to date with all the news check out www.camogie.ie or follow us on Facebook.com/officialCamogieAssociation or twitter.com/officialcamogie
*Photographs from the day are available from Caroline Quinn Photography on email@example.com and 086 336 2898.
* For further information contact Caroline Murray, Acting Director of Camogie Development, The Camogie Association, 087 125 1269, firstname.lastname@example.org