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Camogie Notes

November 15th, 2011

November 15th ‘11

Officer Training Day.


On Saturday 19th November, Ulster Camogie will host a series of training workshops in Kelly’s Inn, Garvaghy, Co. Tyrone. These workshops have been asked for specifically  by County Officers. The list below indicates the various workshops and also who is expected to attend these. Lunch for all attendee’s will be provided at 1.30pm. Only THDC training may resume after lunch

County Development Officer training– 10.30am Start- Tutor- Mary O’Connor. Each CDO is expected to attend. Where CDO may not have elected at County Convention, potential candidates may also attend to understand the role, and to see if the role suits their abilities. Each County may send a max of 2 attendee’s to this. Finishes at 1.30pm

Designated Safeguarding Children’s Officer Training– 10.30am Start. Tutor from Sport NI-  County Chairperson and County Children’s Officer. Finishes at 1.30pm

Transfer, Hearings & Disciplinary Committee Training- 10.30am Start– Tutors- National THDC Members- Each County Secretary and all members of each Counties & Provincial THDC must attend. This training is urgently required and will assist both County & Provincial officers greatly. This training may need to reconvene after lunch, depending on the requirements of the training being met.


Upcoming Course dates

Code of Ethics – Basic awareness of Child Protection  -suitable for sports club leaders

Date:     Thursday 24th November Venue:  Castleblayney Enterprise Centre

Time:    6.30pm – 9.30pm

Fee:       10 euro per person

Places must be booked in advance – check with our office for availability of places – places will only be confirmed on receipt of booking form and fee (participants cannot book in on the night)

Contact our office today to book your place 042-9755126

Playing Rules Review Group

The Playing Rules Review Group, as approved by Ardchomhairle has reviewed the playing rules and has proposed a redrafting of current rules where it considered clarifications or new wording was required and also proposes changes to existing rules and a number of new proposals


The review comprised the following:

  • Consultations with delegates at the 2011 Annual Congress in Belfast
  • An internet survey which was completed by 900 respondents
  • Consultations with the
    • National Coaching and Games Committee
    • National Referees’ Committee
    • National Referee Assessors
    • National Player Welfare Committee
    • Former National Director of Hurling, Paudie Butler
  • Review of playing rules of other codes, in particular those within the Gaelic Games family.

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