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The Camogie Association received good news at its 2009 Annual Camogie Congress which took place in the Abbey Court Hotel in Nenagh this weekend.  Speaking on Saturday at the Congress, before Joan O’Flynn received the President’s badge of office from Liz Howard, President-elect of the GAA Christy Cooney announced that the GAA will provide significant funding for the development of Camogie – details of which will be announced this week. This follows a request made by the Camogie Association to the Management Committee of the GAA last December to make an on-going investment in Camogie.

President Joan O’Flynn on assuming the Presidency of the Association said, “”I very much look forward to working with the incoming President of the GAA Christy Cooney. We share East Cork family and GAA connections. May I take this opportunity to warmly wish Christy and Ann every success during his term as Uachtarßn CLG.””

Joan also highlighted the need to æsupport volunteers, value and recognise players, that men and women must work together within the Gaelic Games families, and that it is also vital to set out the future direction of the Camogie Association.’

In other business a motion submitted by Ard Chomhairle æThat every club affiliated to Cumann Cam¾gaÝochta na nGael be required to purchase two adult tickets for the All Ireland Camogie finals in Croke Park‘ was passed.




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