The Camogie Association is delighted to launch its first ever Disability Inclusion Policy. The policy has been developed in conjunction with Cara, the national sport inclusion organisation for people with disabilities and will be rolled out to all Camogie Units to improve the level of accessibility of Camogie to people with disabilities in particular through the implementation of the Cara Sport Inclusion Disability Charter and Disability Policy.
Following confirmation that all 26 Counties will move to Level 3 of the Irish Government’s Plan for Living with COVID-19, the Gaelic Games Family’s COVID-19 Advisory group has issued the following key updates for those involved in Gaelic Games in the 26 Counties. The Executive in the North is due to meet later this week and it is anticipated that further restrictions may be imposed due to the rising infection levels in the six counties.
In response to the updated public health advice which has been announced specifically for counties Kildare, Laois and Offaly – the Camogie Association, the GAA and the LGFA have announced a cessation of all activity in these counties at all levels and in all codes from midnight tonight until further notice.
The Camogie Association is pleased to launch its new National Development Plan 2020-23 which will guide the work of the Association over the next four years.
The following changes to the return to activity guidelines are being made after recommendations from this morning’s Covid-19 Advisory Committee….