Hurl Smart week is taking over in clubs all around the country! Over 50 clubs registered to take part in the week. Clubs are running events for all ages male and female for this week 2nd-8th June. Check out the camogie facebook page for ongoing updates of clubs and their activities!
Pictured above are a group of camogie players from Carrigaline Cork taking part in Hurl Smart Week in their club.
Other items in the Development News Round up include:
Ø Underage Blitz in Monaghan
Ø Upcoming summer camps in Dublin & Wicklow
Ø Killarney Come & try it Day
Ø Tuam Mum & Me
Ø Limerick Institute of Technology Sports Munster Summer Leagues
Ø Book your place on the Lenovo Skills Hubs taking place this summer
Underage Blitz in Monaghan
Ulster Camogie ran their first Indoor u10/u12 mixed Blitz in Cloghan, Monaghan GAA Centre of Excellence on Saturday 31st May. Over 200 u10 and u12 camogie players enjoyed a sun soaked blitz day in Cloghan. This included 12 clubs with 21 teams from Cavan, Donegal, Louth, Meath and Monaghan.
Pictures from Blitz in Cloghan
Upcoming summer camps in Dublin & Wicklow
Book you place on the camps below by contacting email@example.com
Type of Camp/ Age group
Killarney Come & Try It Day
Over 200 girls from 1st-6th class in Holy Cross Mercy national school participated in a Come & Try It Day in Killarney. The day took place as part of the schools active school flag day.
3rd class girls from Holy Cross school
Tuam Mum & Me
16 mums are taking part in a Mum & me programme in Tuam camogie club in County Galway. They are learning the basics of the sport of camogie while keeping fit themselves and are really enjoying the programme. The club received funding to run the programme through the Galway local sports partnership.
Pictures from Mum & Me Programme Tuam, Galway
Limerick Institute of Technology Sports Munster Summer Leagues
The LIT Summer League competition begins this Friday June 6th with 26 teams from Tipperary, Limerick, Clare and Cork competing over 5 divisions. A huge thank you must go to LIT Sports for their continued sponsorship of this competition. Fixtures will run over the next 6 weeks with finals taking place on July 18th.
Lenovo Skills Hub
The Lenovo GAA Skills Hub is a nationally co-ordinated Gaelic Games programme of skill development activities taking place in a positive playing environment, providing boys and girls aged 13 -15 with the opportunity to derive maximum enjoyment from their involvement in Gaelic Games with a view to
- maximising participation
- optimising playing standards
- ensuring that players’ needs are catered for in a balanced and holistic way.
Inter county players will be actively involved in the day to day activities of the Skills Hub.
See www.lenovoskillshub.gaa.ie/ for more information
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