Tara Camogie Club was founded in 1986 by the O'Neill sisters of Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny. Tara enjoys a long association with camogie in London. The club was formed in Harrow but moved to the Greenford grounds in 2000, courtesy of Tir Chonaill Gaels Gaelic Football Club. Their role of honour is quite impressive, boasting three major titles in 2012, with the London Senior Championship, London Senior League and London Junior Reserve titles. In 2011 and 2010, they collected the Senior championship and Leagues building on an impressive season in 2009, winning a championship and league double as well as the Junior championship and league. The club reached the All Ireland Junior Club Final in 2011, losing out narrowly to Inagh of Clare and were defeated in the semi-final stages by Four Roads in last year's All Ireland series.
The Tara 7 a-side tournament first started in 2006 and has been a popular tournament for London Camogie teams. This year Tara finally managed to get their hands on the Getjar Senior Cup, something they have been chasing since the tournament began. This year the club have collected the Birmingham 9-a-side annual tournament and the Junior & Senior Cups at the Tara 7-a-side.
The Camogie Association and Dublin Camogie Board are delighted to welcome Tara Camogie Club to Dublin as part of the Gathering event, "Lets Play Ball & Have a Ball". This year's panel includes, Sheila Fernandes (nee Dolly), Castlegar,Galway, Niamh Keating,Granagh-Ballingarry, Limerick, Katie Healy Kilfinane, Limerick, Caroline Kelly, Davitts Galway, Angela Kenneally, Mullinavat, Kilkenny, Tina Enright, Tara Camogie London, Joni Traynor, Loughgiel Shamrocks, Antrim, Denise Gilligan, Craughwell, Galway, Janine Heagney, Carrickmore, Tyrone, Dearbhail O'Neill, Ballela, Down, Lucy Hawkes, Valley Rovers, Cork, Elaine Burke, Valley Rovers, Cork, Aileen Dillon, Ballinasloe, Galway; Management team Tomas Lally