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Hurl Smart Week is underway!
82 clubs nationwide are currently taking part in the week of activities from June 6th-12th.
Hurl Smart Week aims to increase activity levels of all ages, male and female by providing a programme of events in local camogie clubs.  Clubs are running a number of events with the aim of getting everyone active through Camogie/Hurling activities such as relay races, obstacle courses, wall ball challenges, target practice challenges, nutritional talks etc. Pictured above action from Hurl Smart Week in The Harps, Laois.
The Camogie Association is running the annual Hurl Smart Week in conjunction with ChildFund Ireland and the Dream Bike Campaign.
Other news:
·         Pictures from Hurl Smart Week
·         27 clubs participate in Camán to Connacht
·         Camogie features in Topaz Cash for clubs advertisement
·         Tipperary Feile Preparation Blitz
·         Tyrone Cumann na mBunscol
·         Donegal Primary Schools
·         Connacht Bursary presentation
·         Conclusion of Antrim Speed Leagues
·         Derry city hurling/camogie club open new facilities
Pictures from Hurl Smart Week
Atticall, Down
Blackwater, Wexford
Buffers Alley, Wexford
Geraldine's portglenone, Antrim- Camogie- robics!
Glenullin, Derry
Kilmacud Crokes, Dublin
St.Catherine's Cork
St.Paul's Belfast
27 clubs participate in Camán to Connacht
34 teams from 27 clubs took part in the annual Camán to Connacht event for under 12 clubs in the province. The event took place in Pearse Stadium. See pictures from event:

Camogie features in Topaz Cash for Clubs Advertisement

Tipperary Feile preparation Blitz
10 teams in Tipperary preparing for feile took part in a Blitz held on June 6th in Borrisoleigh. Drom & Inch, Newport Ballinahinch, Burgess Duharra, Moycarkey Borris, Ballybacon Grange, Moyle Rovers, Brian Borus, Cahir, Boherlahan and Fethard. Visiting teams came from Camross, Laois and Galbally, Limerick.
Drom Inch
Newport Ballinahinch
Tyrone Cumann na mBunscol
Tyrone Cumman Na Bhunscoil blitz took place in Eglish Friday 3rd June. Teams included St Brigids Brocagh, Recarson PS, Carrickmore PS, Roan PS, Eglish and Derrylatinee PS.
St.Brigid's Brocagh
Ulster Hurl with Me Programmes
Paudie Butler tutoring on Hurl with Me Programme in Tyrone Centre of Excellence.
Ulster Hurl with Me programme in O Donovan Rossa with tutor Eoghan Gribben 
Ulster Hurl with Me Programme in St Patrick's Loup (22 parents involved)
Donegal Primary Schools
Carndonagh hosted a primary school blitz on Wednesday June 1st with teams from
Creighton, Bridgend, St Patrick's and Tooban taking part
Connacht Bursary Presentation
Connacht Camogie Chairperson Fiona Hamilton presenting Shauna Burke, Craughwell Camogie club, GMIT college and Galway Camogie Senior player.
The presentation took place at the Camán to Connacht day in Pearse Stadium where Shauna helped co ordinate pitches on the day
Conclusion of Antrim Speed Leagues
Well done to all clubs that participated in the under 14 speed leagues in Antrim.
Loch Mór Dál gCais club who particpated in the 'Speed Leagues'
Derry city hurling/camogie club open new facilities
Opening of new club facilities at Na Magha Derry where Catherine Neary Camogie President and Aogán O’ Fearghaíl GAA President were in attendance

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