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It is summer camp season and the Kelloggs Cul Camps are in full swing. Full details of all camps can be seen on:
Pictured above the Aghada Cul camp in Cork had 175 boys and girls take part in GAA games from July 18th-22nd.
Guests at the camp included Cork Senior Dual Star Alan Cadogan, Hannah Looney (Cork camogie) and Roisin Phelan (Cork Ladies Football). It was a great opportunity for future stars of the game to meet their current inter county heroes.
120 girls attended the Dublin rising stars camogie camp in the GAA National Games Development Centre this week. Coaches from the Dublin intercounty team coached at the camp aimed at girls aged 8-12 years.
In other news:
·        Leinster Under 16 summer 7’s competition
·        Hurl with Me Offaly
·        New club-Roscommon
·        Carlow Under 14 Development Blitz
·        Book a place on Offaly Camogie camps
Leinster Under 16 Summer 7’s Competition
The Leinster under 16 7’s competition took place on July 8th in Portlaoise GAA grounds. Naomh Brid of Carlow and Cloughbawn of Wexford contested the final on the day with Naomh Brid of Carlow winning after extra time. This is the inaugural year of the under 16 summer 7’s with the minor blitz equivalent to take place this Saturday July 30th.
Naomh Brid, Carlow- winners
Cloughbawn, Wexford- runners-up
Hurl with Me Offaly
15 parents from St. Sinchills Camogie Club are currently taking part in the Offaly Hurl with Me programme running for 4 weeks with tutor Benny Wyer. Parents are learning the basic skills of the game as part of the programme with the aim that they will be able to practise with their daughters at home and even help coach them technically as a result.
Hurl with Me Programme in St.Sinchills, Offaly
New Club- Roscommon
Roscommon’s newest club Boyle is now on facebook! Check out all the activity from the club here:
Boyle Camogie Club, Roscommon
Carlow Under 14 Development Blitz
Carlow hosted a very successful intercounty under 14 Blitz. Carlow and Kilkenny played in the group A final with Kilkenny winning out. Laois defeated Kildare in the shield final of group A. Wicklow defeated Kildare in Group 2 on the day with Maria Rafferty, Wicklow obtaining the player of the group award. Well done to all who helped co -ordinate the Blitz and to the referees Kieran Kelly, Enda Hulton, Nuala Quirke, Eamon Molloy and John Thompson on the day.
Book a place on Offaly Camogie Camps
2 Camogie camps will take place in Offaly this summer. Venues include Birr & Tullamore. Details on flyer below. To book a place or for more information contact Lizzie Flynn on 087-6436579 or or Brendan Hanamy on 087-2746260

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