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Check out the new player information tab on the Camogie Website. In this new section you will be able to get information on health and well being, Careers & Education along with Anti doping information.
This section includes useful contact details/supports 
Camogie scholarships/bursaries available for players
See interview with Anna Geary Cork who talks about life, study and her career
Anti Doping information
Other items in the Development News Round up include:
Ø      Strike to score workshop Armagh
Ø      Letterkenny Camp
Ø      Camán to Clones and Tullamore
Ø      Laois Poc fada
Ø      Primary Teacher in services
Ø      Upcoming events
Strike to Score Workshop Armagh
Strike to Score workshop took place in Killeavy Armagh on 16th July with 17 coaches taking part in the session and 24 players in total
Letterkenny Camp
A 3 day camp took place in Letterkenny Gaels club in Donegal.  35 girls took part in the camp with 8 club coaches coaching over the 3 days. All recieved t-shirts and certificates for their attendance.
Letterkenny Camp
Camán to Clones and Tullamore!
To celebrate the 110th birthday of the Camogie Association a number of development events will be run, one in each province. Clubs at under 12 level are invited to attend a blitz day to celebrate camogie’s birthday in a large stadium in each of the provinces. If clubs register for their provincial day they are then automatically put into the draw to play in the prestigious ‘Camán to Croker’ day which takes place this year on Saturday 18th October in Croke Park. The Connacht day took place in Pearse Stadium Galway on the 2nd June with 27 clubs taking part on the day.
Dates for the other provincial events are as follows:
Ulster: Camán to Clones day Monaghan- 9th August. To register your club click on link
Leinster: Camán to O Connor Park Day Tullamore- 16th August. To register your club click on link
Munster: Camán to Semple Stadium Day – date to be confirmed
Laois Poc Fada
Donnagh Mortimer winner of Laois U14 Puc Fada receiving her trophy from Sarah Conroy, County Secretary.
Donnagh Mortimer, Camross winner of the LaoisU14 Puc Fada with joint runners-up Chloe Norton, Clonad and Alanna Tynan, St. Brigid's
Donnagh went on to represent Laois in the Leinster Puc Fada competition, where she shared second place with Wexford's representative, just behind the winner from Kilkenny.

Primary teacher In services
Some teacher in service courses coming up…..
Upcoming events
Connacht under 14 provincial Blitz takes place in Oran Roscommon on Saturday 26th July. Contact
Connacht under 16 club blitz takes place in Connacht centre of Excellence on Sunday 27th July. For more details contact:
A Mum & Me/Hurl with me Tutor Training workshop will take place in St.Enda’s Derrymacash in Armagh on the 24th July next. For more details contact
A Nursery workshop will take place in St.Enda’s Derrymacash in Armagh on the 31st  July next. For more details contact
Best wishes to Patrick Mullaney Regional Development Officer for Kilkenny, Laois, Carlow, Wicklow and Wexford who is getting married to Aoife Doocey this Friday (25th July) in Castletown Laois.
Patrick Mullaney Regional Development Officer with Camogie Association

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