The date for the Camán to Ulster event for under 12 clubs in Ulster has been announced. Camán to Ulster will take place on April 23rd in Tyrone Centre of Excellence Garvaghy.
· Camán to Thurles- clubs Announced
· GAA Go Games Skill Challenge
· Camogie4Teens Derry & Cork
· U14 School of Excellence Blitz Galway
· Camogie players feature in the proclamation reading on 1916 Centenary show on RTE
· Easter Camp Edendork
· Last chance to register for National Hurl with Me Programme
Camán to Thurles- Clubs Announced
The 48 Munster clubs that will take part in the Camán to Thurles event in Semple stadium on April 9th are as follows:
Cork (13): Castlelyons, Blackrock, Bride Rovers, Charleville, Clonakilty, Aghada, Millstreet, Castlemartyr, Fr. O Neills, Bishopstown, Inniscarra, Glen Rovers, Ballygarvan.
Tipperary (14): Ballina, Moycarkey-Borris, Eire Og Annacarty Donohill, Burgess Duharra, Kildangan, Toomevara, Rockwell Rovers, Boherlahan/Dualla, Drom & Inch, Thurles, Shannon Rovers, Moyle Rovers, Holycross, Cahir
Limerick (7): Kilmallock, Monaleen, Na Piarsaigh, Bruff, Ballybrown, Adare, Newcastle West
Clare (8): Crusheen, Ballyea, Cratloe, Inagh/Kilnamona, Parteen St.Nicholas, Banner, Sixmilebridge, Scariff Ogonnelloe
Waterford (3): Cappoquin, St.Annes, Ferrybank
Kerry (3): Tralee Parnells, Causeway, Killarney
GAA Go Games Skill Challenge
A new GAA Go Games Skill Challenges has been developed in hurling/camogie and Gaelic football for 7-12 year olds. They are designed so that participants can organise and carry them out, individually or in pairs. See: http://learning.gaa.ie/gogamesskillchallenges
Camogie4Teens Derry & Cork
The Camogie Association applied for funding for this initiative and were one of 5 national governing bodies to receive funding for a project from the Coca Cola Thank you Fund. The aim of this unique programme is to cluster Camogie clubs together in a county in order to provide targeted programmes for their teenagers (15-18 year olds). Each club in the cluster will host a programme for the teenegers involved. Programmes include Coaching Course, Referee Course, Admin/PR Course, Lifestyle & Blitz day.
30 girls taking part in Camogie4Teens Derry from clubs: Ballinderry, Lavey, Castledawson, Newbridge, Swatragh, Rossa and Magherafelt.
28 girls taking part in the coaching course module of Camogie4teens Cork from 5 clubs in the Seandun Division – St. Finbarrs, Blackrock, Glen Rovers, Bishopstown and Douglas.
U14 School of Excellence Blitz Galway
230 under 14 girls from the School of Excellence took part in a county wide blitz on Good Friday in Galway.
Camogie players feature in the proclamation reading on 1916 Centenary show on RTE
Brilliant to see Camogie players feature in the reading of the proclamation on the 1916 centenary show on RTE.
Easter Camp Edendork
Participants at the Edendork Easter Camp Tyrone on March 29th and 30th
Last chance to register for National Hurl with Me Programme
Closing date for National Hurl with Me Programme is Monday April 4th at 5pm.