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Camogie News

January 26th, 2011

January 25th ‘11

County Training

 Managers Paul Ward and Geraldine Clarke are fired up and raring to go for the new Camogie season and hope that all the potential County girls will have the same anticipation when they meet in Cloghan on Sunday next 30th January at 12.30pm. There will be a short poc around followed by a players meeting, concluding with refreshments. Clubs are reminded to send as many players as possible to this worthwhile session.

Camogie Workshop

1.        Kevin Kelly will take a one hour workshop on Tues. Feb 8th in Cloghan from 7.30 to 8.30pm around Coach Development in clubs. Each club will receive an audit to complete (in their clubs) and once this is returned to him he will select 10 clubs for follow-up visits and help with getting a coaching structure in place.

2.        On Sat. Mar. 26th Hurling /Camogie Underage Coaching workshops will be held for approximately 3 hours in Cloghan. Coaches, or aspiring coaches, will be divided according to the age group they are interested in working with e.g. Under 8/ Under 18 etc. They will then undertake a practical workshop relating to this age group. It is hoped to have a plenary session at the end where coaches could ask questions/ make observations etc. This would be an ideal opportunity to get a range of players/parents in each club involved in coaching

Ulster Convention

Monaghan delegates will attend the Ulster Camogie Convention on Sunday next in the G.A.A. rooms Armagh commencing at 11am.  Ulster Fixtures have already been circulated to the Counties.

These include an U14 Blitz which will take place on Saturday 13th August.

Monaghan are placed in Section D with the second 15 players from Tyrone and Cavan and the first 15 from Monaghan and Donegal.

Ulster U 14 Championship (Shield) on 4th September

Donegal V Monaghan

U16 Ulster Championship (Shield) on 19th February

 Monaghan V Donegal

Final 26th February

Ulster Junior & Intermediate Championship will include

Cavan, Monaghan, Armagh and Tyrone

Top two teams play in Intermediate final & 3rd and 4th team play in Junior Final

Saturday 16th April    Tyrone V Armagh

                                    Monaghan V Cavan

Saturday 23rd April   Armagh V Cavan

 

                                           Monaghan V Tyrone

Sunday 8th May        Cavan V Tyrone

                                      Armagh V Monaghan

Saturday 25th June

Junior and Intermediate Finals

Win a Camogie/Hurling Day

The Irish News and Scullion Hurls have teamed up to get young people involved in hurling and Camogie at their school or club.

The Irish News is offering one lucky school or club the chance to win a day of hurling activities from watching the traditional art of Hurley-making to getting involved in the game through skills sessions.

 


 

 

PRIZE INCLUDES

  • Scullion hurls will display the traditional art of Hurley-making and give away 30 hurls to juvenile team within the School or Club
  • Skills session by inter-county hurling and Camogie players.
  • Win a sliotar through “Skills Challenge” including free taking, sidelines and penalties

RUNNER UP PRIZE

  • 5 runners up will receive a pack of a dozen Sliotars for their school or club
 
To enter your school or club, all you have to do is collect 25 tokens from your daily copy of the Irish News and attach them to the official Hurling Day Collector Card.

You only need one completed collector card to enter, but the more times you enter, the better your chance of winning!

 


 
 

 

                                                                    Club News

Inniskeen

Last weekend, the Inniskeen Camogie team held their AGM in the Social Club. There was a good attendance and a big thank you to all who showed their support on Sunday afternoon. It was great to see Fr P. McGuiness, our Honorary President, in attendance and he closed the meeting with a fitting prayer.  Positions filled at the AGM were as follows: Chairperson: Bernie McGahon, Vice Chair: Michelle Deery. Secretary: Aisling McGeeney, Treasurer: Arlene McGeeney, Registrar: Alice McGahon, PRO: Sharon McGahon, Childrens Officer: Isobel Kierans. It was discussed and agreed at the AGM that a players meeting will be held in the coming days to arrange training dates etc.

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