Ulster Camogie would like to place on record its regret and disappointment with the recent adverse coverage surrounding the 2015 Ulster Poc Fada Competition.
This coverage served to reflect unfairly on the strong and positive relationship between both Ulster Camogie and Ulster GAA and detracted significantly from the shared achievements of both organisations, including their joint approach to the Poc Fada competition.
Ulster Camogie Council enjoy a strong and mutually beneficial relationship with Ulster GAA working in close partnership on the promotion and development of Gaelic Games across the province.
A spirit of collaboration, a sharing of ideas, expertise and open communication at all levels, underpins this and has been the foundation for this.
Ulster Camogie has grown considerably in the past decade through the significant contribution of a strong cohort of dynamic and enthusiastic volunteers.
It has also developed with the assistance of our GAA counterparts who have contributed with the provision of facilities and also expertise in the areas of coaching, administration, governance and marketing and communications.
Ulster Camogie looks forward to working closely with Ulster GAA, now, and into the future.