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Inter-County Fixtures 2010

With the 2009 season barely over the inter-county fixtures for 2010 are out,Phelim Macken again takes charge of the Senior and Minors ,Phelim will be ably assisted by Seoirse Bulfin who steps in for Donal O’Sullivan for the coming year. This coming year the Senior girls have taken one step back and will challenge for honours in Division 2 of the league and in the Intermediate Championship. The league will see them coming up against the likes of Down, Wexford(B), Waterford and Galway(B),throw in for this is only 8 weeks away,so the girls wil be back on the training pitch very soon.

The victorious Minors have gone up a grade to “”A”” and will open their campaign after the summer exams with a home tie against an up and coming Dublin team.

Our U16’s have a new management team for 2010,Fixtures Secretary Mike Murphy and Child Officer Ger Mcnamara are taking over for the coming year and they will be in touch with all clubs very soon to get the trials started and the squad out on the training pitch. Best of luck boys for 2010.



League Division 2

14thFeb Down V Limerick

06thMar Limerick V Waterford

21stMar WexFord V Limerick

04thApril Limerick V Galway


19thJune Cork V Limerick

10thJuly Derry V Limerick

17thJuly Limerick V Tipperary


Minor A Championship

30thJune Limerick v Dublin


U16 B Championship

13thMar   Laois V Limerick

03rdApril Limerick V Offally

10th April  Limerick V Waterford




Limerick Camogie South Award  Nominees






Celia Mcnamara (Ballyagran)


Name: Celia Mcnamara

Club: Ballyagran Camogie club

Position: Corner Back

Celia has played all her camogie with her beloved Ballyagran,in a career that now spans four decades.Celia has won county medals at all grades from U12 up to the senior league in 2009.For a spell in the 90’s Celia was part of a very successful Limerick Team,winning an all-ireland Junior title in ’95 and an intermediate championship and league  in’96. Celia was rewared in the æ90’s when she won the Limerick Supporters SportsStar of the month after she scored 2-01 in a munster final win over Tipperary. Celia is currently corner back on the Ballyagran Senior team and also finds time to be the club registrar and treasurer,it no wonder all her team mates and club officals nominated Celia Mcnamara for this award.






Lorraine McCarthy (Bruff)


Name: Lorraine McCarthy

Age :19

Club: Bruff Camogie club

Position: Full Forward


Lorraine is currently a student in UL studying nursing,she was the top scorer for Bruff in the intermediate league & championship this season. An active member of bruff camogie since she started in the u7’s,one of Lorraines proudest moments  was when she was Captain of the junior team who won the league in 2008.   





Sinead O’Riordan (Kilmallock)


Name: Sinead O Riordan

Date of Birth: 28th January 1992

Club: Kilmallock Camogie club

Position: Half-forward


Sinead started playing camogie at U-10 level and progressed through to U-12, U-14, U-16 and she now plays Junior with the Kilmallock Camogie club. She played county at U-14 level for two years. She played camogie with her local National school and also with her secondary school Colaiste Iosaef Kilmallock and won a Munster camogie medal while playing with Colaiste Iosaef in 2009. Sinead is a first year student at LIT studying Business with Sports Management and plays camogie with the colleges camogie team.






Mairead Ryan Galbally


Name: Mairead Ryan

Club: Galbally Camogie club

Position: Midfield


Mairead was an important member of Limerick’s Minor All Ireland Camogie winning team. Mairead is currently playing  senior camogie for her school,John the Baptist in Hospital,where she will sit her leaving cert in June.

And has played at all levels for Galbally ,winning a county intermediate and senior B championship medals with the club in2008.

Her best position is at midfield where she can dominate a game with agility,speed and striking  from both sides.



Under 8 South Cluster


The curtain came down on the 2009 season for the U8’s and indeed for Camogie in general on Saturday last in Kilmallock. Six teams played in the final U8 cluster blitz for ’09 in the Gaa Complex. Well done to the clubs Kilmallock ,Bruff, Ballyagran ,Galbally and Charleville for putting in the effort to get these young girls out playing camogie,thanks to Kilmallock Camogie club for a great day’s camogie and a marvellous days entertainment for the players and their parents. The parents got to watch their kids in comfort with tea and biscuits served to them,while the players after putting in the effort in their matches were then entertained by,some of the U14 Feile winners from the club with a sing a long  and an array of games.

This was the fifth day out for all these teams and after the camogie and entertainment were finished all the teams sat in the middle of the hall and had a christmas sing song,during which the man from the North pole on hearing “”JingleBells “” made a magical appearance to the delight of all the kids. Santa entertained all the girls and boys and had a present for them all.

Before the man in the red suit showed up all the players were presented with their medals by Limerick and Kilmallock Hurling great ,Andrew O’Shaughnessy.

Another great day for camogie in the county,we can only hope that all these players look back on this over the coming years and remember the fun and craic they can have when they play camogie.

Thanks again to all that helped out,Peter Finn and Kilmallock Camogie club who organised the event,Lisa ,Ciara,Sheena and Caoimhe for their singing,Margaret ,Tishy,Pauline and Libby for their tea making,John Mortell for the photographs(team and individual photos available) ,Andrew who presented the medals and of course Santa for taking the time out to pay a visit. Again thanks to the other clubs their mentors ,players and parents who turned up every week,we all played a part in making his event happen. A big thank you to Kilmallock GAA for the use of their facilities and to John and Declan Wiley for their support.

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