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The date has been announced for the Camán to Thurles event in Semple Stadium to celebrate 110 years of Camogie. Clubs at under 12 level in Munster are invited to attend a blitz day on Friday the 15th August 2014.
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 Munster date at Semple stadium Thurles is Friday 15th August. Click on link to register your team to play.
Other items in the Development News Round up include:
Ø      Connacht provincial under 14 Blitz
Ø      Michaela camp in Fermanagh
Ø      Dublin Advanced Camp
Ø      Moycullen Galway Camogie Camp
Ø      Connacht under 16 seven a side Tournament
Ø      Up coming events
Connacht provincial under 14 Blitz
The Connacht under 14 provincial blitz took place in Oran Roscommon on 26th July. Roscommon’s B team won the shield final beating Mayo’s B team. Galway won the cup final defeating Roscommon on the day.
Galway under 14 squad 
Mayo under 14 squad
Roscommon under 14 squad
Michaela Camp in Fermanagh
Michaela Camp Coordinator Marcella Scollan invited Lisa McAliskey (Ulster Camogie Regional Development Officer) and Owen Mooney (Ulster Ladies Football Development Officer) to attend the Michaela camp with 82 girls attending.
'Rock the boat' at the Michaela camp
Dublin Advanced Camp
An advanced camp took place from the 29th-31st July. 42 girls attended the camp in Erins Isle GAA Club Dublin. The camp focused on Nutrition and Athletic Development. Dublin GAA Games Promotion Officers coached on the 3 day camp.
Advanced Camp Dublin
Moycullen Camogie Camp Galway
20 girls took part in the Camogie camp held in Moycullen Galway this week. Jason Flynn Galway senior hurler coached on the camp.
Moycullen camp with Jason Flynn Galway Senior Hurler & Coach
Having fun with boxing gloves at the Moycullen camp!
Connacht under 16 seven a side tournament
The inaugural 7 a side competition for under 16 clubs in Connacht took place on the 27th of July in the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence, Bekan, Mayo. 21 teams participated over 3 divisions.
Division 1: Winner: Athenry (Galway)      Runner up: Sarsfields (Galway)
Division 2: Winner: Castlegar (Galway)    Runner up: Eyrecourt (Galway
Division 3: Winner: Skehana (Galway)     Runner up: Tulsk (Roscommon)
Div 1 winners Athenry
Marie O Brien Chairperson of Connacht Camogie presents Castlegar captain with Division 2 cup
Div 3 winners Skehana 
Up coming events
4 day Camp in Kinnitty Offaly- 5th-8th August (10am-1pm)
Location: Kinnitty GAA Grounds
Girls 7-12 years
€25 per child (€20 per child family rate)   
For more information or to book your place contact:
Lizzie Flynn 087-6436579 or email 
Booking is Essential
2 day camp- Navan Co Meath- 11th & 12th August (10am-1pm)
Location: Navan GAA Grounds
Girls 7-12 years
€15 per child
For more information or to book your place contact:
Lizzie Flynn 087-6436579 or email 
Booking is essential

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