Clontibret to represent Monaghan in this years Caman to Croker
Forty eight camogie clubs are gearing up for this year’s Camán to Croker in association with John Torpey Hurleys which takes place on Saturday, April 6th in Croke Park with Monaghan representatives Clontibret being included in this years venture.
720 budding camogie stars will take to the field for a Go Games blitz as well as visiting Croke Park Museum.
This is the second year of the Camán to Corker competition, Inniskeen were last years representatives and by all accounts thoroughly enjoyed their outing which invites U12 Camogie clubs to enter a draw to play Go Games in GAA HQ.
An Chomhdhail Bhliantuil (Annual Camogie Congress)
The 2013 Congress will take place in the Westport Hotel Mayo on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd March when Arlene Mc. Geeney will attend on behalf of the Monaghan Board.
Ard Comhairle have tabled a motion that could see the affiliation fees being changed:
That Rule 21.1.1 be amended to read as follows:
21.1.1 Before April 1st a club must submit annually a list of all registered members (CC1 form) along
with appropriate affiliation fee as outlined in table below.
Affiliation fee/Membership Type Affiliation fee per member to County Board
(Adult Players) €23
(Coaches/ Administrator/Referees) €3
Social Members All revenue to club
The President Aileen Lawlor will address the Congress having completed her first year in office.
Clubs have received notification of lists who have been selected to come on board the County team panel. Training for this panel will commence in Cloghan on Friday evening next at 7.30pm. Paul Monaghan is adamant that if players don’t give the commitment then he will be forced to step down. Hopefully clubs will adhere to this notice and encourage their representatives to come along on Friday.