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Feile na nGael 2015 took place last weekend with National Feile taking place in Ulster and Regional Feile taking place in 4 locations. Pictured President of the Camogie Association catherine Neary presenting Loughgiel Shamrocks (Antrim) with the Division 1 Cup in Ulster defeating Newbridge from Derry. Loughgiel retain the title from last year. 117 clubs in total took part in the competition with 2800 girls taking part in total over the weekend.
Results of both National and Regional Feile can be seen below.
Ø  National and Regional Feile Results
Ø  Poc fada- Mayo and Dublin
Ø  Letterkenny Gaels Blitz
Ø  Cumann na mBunscol Blitz- Mayo
Ø  Derry Camogie Meet & Greet
National & Regional Feile Results
Division 1 Cup Final: Loughgiel Shamrocks (Antrim) 5-6 Newbridge (Derry) 1-0
Division 1 Shield Final: Ballycastle (Antrim) 4-3 Kilruane Mac Donaghs (Tipperary) 0-2
Division 2 Cup Final:St Rynagh’s (Offaly) 2-3 Lusmugh/Drumcullen (Offaly) 1-1
Division 2 Shield Final:Bridíní Óga (Antrim) 5-2 Clonkill (Westmeath) 0-2
Division 3 Cup Final:St Brigids (Carlow) 1-5 Camross (Laois) 1-2
Division 3 Shield Final:Keady (Armagh) 1-6 Glenullin (Derry) 0-5
Division 4 Cup Final:St Brigid’s (Laois) 4-3 Cillard (Kerry) 1-0
Division 4 Shield Final:Westport (Mayo) 5-3 Madden (Armagh) 0-0
Division 5 Cup Final:Cois Fharraige (Galway) 2-4 Castleblayney (Monaghan) 0-0
Division 5 Shield Final:Paulstown/Goresbridge (Kilkenny) 0-6 Borris-Ileigh (Tipperary) 1-0
Division 6 Cup Final: Cratloe (Clare) 1-1 Castlegar (Galway) 0-3
Division 6 Shield Final:St Eunan’s (Donegal) 2-4 Dungiven (Derry) 2-1
St. Brigids Laois, Div 4 Cup winners pictured with Iar Uachtarain Liam O Neill
Westport Camogie Club, Mayo- Div 4 Shield winners
Regional Feile Results:
Tipperary Downey Cup: Gailltir Waterford  5-7 Thomastown, Kilkenny 4-5
Kilkenny Pat Moloney Shield: Lucan Sarsfields, Dublin 4-1, Young Ireland’s, Kilkenny 1-2
Galway Imelda Hobbins Shield: Craughwell, Galway 1-3, Cuala, Dublin 0-5
Laois Mairin McAleenan Shield: Killenena Feakle, Clare 1-3 Oliver Plunketts, Dublin 0-3
Galltir Waterford with Downey Cup
Lucan Sarsfield Dublin who won the Pat Moloney Shield
Imelda Hobbins presenting the Imelda Hobbins Shield to Craughwell joint captains
Killanena/Feakle who won the Mairin McAllenan Shield
Poc Fada- Mayo & Dublin
The Mayo Long Puc competition took place on Tuesday 23rd of June in Connaught Centre of Excellence.
Senior result: 1st Aisling Tarpey, 2nd Elenor Harrison
U16 result:1st Amy Mulkeen , 2nd Orna Hession
Adult Winner Mayo Aisling Tarpey being presented by Kitty Morley
Mayo Under 16 winner
Scenic Location for Dublin Poc Fada event at Howth Head
The Dublin adult Poc fada event took place at Howth Head Thursday 18th in Beann Eadair GAA Club. There were 9 participants on the night. The Senior Winner was Faye McCarthy from St Judes and the runner up was Kate Whyte Lucan Sarsfields.
Faye McCarthy being presented with adult winner by Pat Martin
Kate Whyte- runner up Poc Fada Dublin
Letterkenny Gaels Schools blitz 
Over 60 girls attended second class blitz in Letterkenny Gaels. Aideen Quinn has provided schools coaching to Woodland NS, Ballyraine NS, Kilmacrennan and Illistrin during the year.
Letterkenny Gaels Schools Blitz
Cumann na mBunscol Blitz Mayo
A Mayo Camogie Cumann na mBunscol 7 and 9 a side competition took  place on Wednesday 17th of June in Connaught Centre of Excellence.8 schools took part in total on the day. In the 9 a side competition school included Scoil Padraig, Quay, Gael Scoil Westport, Snugboro andTooreen. In the 7 a side competition schools included Balla, Cloonlyon, Snugboro 2 and Logboy. Scoil Padraig won the 9 a side competition and Cloonlyon won the 7 a side competition.
Scoil Padraig- 9 a side winners
Cloonlyon -7 a side winners
Derry Camogie Meet and Greet
Derry County Board organised a very successful meet and greet session with the players. The players participated in various drills and games while the young stars looked on. Then the future Derry camogie players had the opportunity to showcase their skills whilst they were being coached by current senior players. The night was very successful and held in Owenbeg.
Derry Meet and Greet crowd
Derry adult players chat to the young stars

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