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Monaghan Camogie

August 14th, 2013

August 13th  ‘13

Auto McK County Senior Camogie  Championship  Final date set for August 25th

Castleblayney and Clontibret  who are finalists in this years  Senior  Camogie Championship will at this stage have most of the preparations done and dusted  for their forthcoming final on Sunday 25th August. These two teams are no strangers when it comes to finals however Castleblayney came up trumps  in 2012, taking the honours for the first time in eight years when they defeated Inniskeen.  Clontibret will be looking to put 2012 behind them and regain the title which they held for seven  years, up to and including 2011.

County Board Meeting

The meeting was held in the Glencarn Hotel on Monday last where it was proposed to hold a special Development meeting at the end of the month in order to save struggling clubs and foster new clubs in the County. With some clubs having difficulty fielding in the current economic climate, what with emigration and work commitments, it was felt that some measures would have to be taken to amend the situation, hence it was decided to hold the meeting as a matter of urgency.

Rose of Tralee

The Board wished Eleanor Mc. Quaid their good wishes  as she sets off for Kerry in the forthcoming “Rose of Tralee”  which takes place next week. Eleanor who is a playing member with both Clontibret Camogie Club and the County Camogie team is a perfect stalwart for the County and we wish her the best of Luck in her bid to become  this years “Rose of Tralee”.


It was with deep regret that the Board learned of the tragic death of Karl Moen RIP. brother of Donna and Amy and cousin to Shauna and Tara Mc. Elvanney. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Moen and Mc. Elvanney family’s at this sad time.




Liberty Insurance, proud partner of GAA Hurling and Camogie, have unveiled a new GAA Club Offer, which has the potential to net huge returns for GAA & Camogie clubs.

There are two simple ways fans can help their local club on Anyone who takes out a new motor or home insurance policy with Liberty Insurance before October 13th 2013 can nominate their local GAA or Camogie club to receive €50 from Liberty Insurance. The more people that take out a policy, the greater the financial return for the club.


In addition, everyone who gets a quote from Liberty Insurance during the same period via will be in with a chance of winning €10,000 for their local club.

At the Launch Annette Ní Dhathlaoí,from Liberty Insurance stated:  “We know that clubs are the real heart of the GAA and this offer gives people the opportunity to really get behind their club and generate additional income in a very simple and achievable way.”

“To be able to give a real financial benefit to your club, just by doing something you have to do anyway if you have a car or a house, is fantastic.” said Hickey “Liberty Insurance have made it very easy for people to financially support their club.”

To participate, anyone wishing to get a quote just needs to visit where they will be guided through the quote and club nomination process in very simple steps.

Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Liam Ó Néill and Uachtarán An Cumann Camógaíochta, Aileen Lawlor  have both  welcomed the initiative by Liberty Insurance and called on GAA and Camogie clubs across the country to maximise its potential to the full in order to make a tangible contribution to their clubs.

The Liberty Insurance GAA Club Offer is up and running from now until the 13th October, and to participate, visit




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