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Camogie Notes

September 20th, 2011

September 20th ‘11

 

Bridie Mc. Meniman Shield , Club Championship Semi Final

Clontibret  Senior Camogie team line out on Saturday next 24th September when they take on St. Pauls of Antrim in the Semi Final of the Bridie Mc. Meniman Shield competition in Clontibret , where a 6pm throw in has been scheduled.

The Monaghan champions will have a home advantage once again, defeating  the Tyrone side  on home turf a couple of weeks ago, when this time round they are home to the  Antrim winners , St. Pauls who hail from the the Shaws Road in Belfast , they  defeated Down  Junior Champions on Sunday last.  Clontibret who had an easy first round, will be put to the test on Saturday given that Antrim is a stronghold for camogie. The Ulster Final has been fixed for October 9th in which hopefully  Clontibret will be representing our County.

 

“Taste of the World “Extravaganza

A meeting will be held in the Glencarn Hotel tomorrow evening Friday at 6.30pm when up to date preparations will be made for the forthcoming  “Taste of the World” food and cookery demonstration  which is scheduled to take place in the Glencarn Hotel on Thursday 3rd. Nov ember. Tickets will be on sale shortly.

 

Camogie Development Initiatives

Mary O’Connor, National  Developnent Officer together with the Camogie Development team delivered an information evening  to County Development Officers  and County representatives from across the 9 Counties of Ulster in Armagh on Tuesday evening  last with a view to setting up a structure in training C.D.O’’s within each County, the training day will be organised following each County’s Convention when their C.D.O’s will have been appointed.

In order to get more parents  involved with underage Coaching,  County Board’s are asked to send  5 Club members (preferably from the weaker clubs) from each County to a Coaching Course in Cookstown on Saturday 22nd October where some Development initiatives such as the “Mum and Me” ,” Camog Aeorbics”and  workshops will take place. They in turn will take their knowledge back to their own club and have the ability to Coach the basic skills to participants.

Ladies All Ireland Final

Best of Luck to our Camogs , Isobel Kieran, Eileen Mc. Elroy and the Monaghan County Ladies who take on Cork in the All Ireland Final in Croke Park on Sunday next.

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