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Eat Smart Hurl Smart Diary
Eat Smart Hurl Smart Diary available to purchase now! The diary and nutrition guide (totalling 148 pages) is a collaboration between the Camogie Association and the Nutrition and Health Foundation and is packed with information on what foods to eat while playing and training for camogie, the importance of fluids, information on the food pyramid and how to balance a busy sporting and school
Queen's GAA Festival launched
A new GAA Festival was unveiled at Croke Park today (Wednesday, December 4th) by the Presidents of the GAA, Camogie Association and Ladies Gaelic Football Association. Queen’s GAA Festival has been created to mark the fact that in 2014 Queen’s University Belfast is to become the first institution to host all four Sigerson, Ashbourne, Fitzgibbon and O’Connor Cup finals in t
Liberty Insurance National Games Development Conference Launch
Liberty Insurance was today announced as the new title sponsor of the GAA National Games Development Conference. Their support for the annual conference is part of a wider commitment and partnership with the GAA in the areas of coaching and responsible sport. Some of the top names in Gaelic Games coaching will be involved in the Liberty Insurance GAA’s annual National
On the Ball Winter 2013
This season's edition of On the Ball Winter 2013 is available to download now Click below to read interviews with new CEO Joan O'Flynn,... read full article.
Ulster Camogie launch Strategic Plan
Ulster Camogie Council launched their Strategic Plan for 2013-2017, Buille go Bua at the Athletic Grounds on Wednesday 13th November in the company... read full article.
Quirke on fire as Myshall make it two-in-a-ro
Myshall 3-9 Scariff/Ogonnolloe 0-8 Two goals in the dying embers of a hard-fought encounter confirmed Myshall’s supremacy ... read full article.
AIB All Ireland Junior Club Final Preview
It is invariably difficult to analyse the strengths and weaknesses of club teams in comparison to one another, when they have never crossed swords ... read full article.
AIB All Ireland Junior Club Final
AIB All Ireland Junior Club Final Sunday November 24th Scariff/Ogonnoloe v Myshall, Ray Kelly, 2.00pm, Kilcormac Co. Offaly Admission... read full article.
All Ireland Junior Club Replay
Replay date for All Ireland Junior Club Final
A Game of Our Own: Camogie's Story
A Game of Our Own: Camogie's Story by Mary Moran
A Game of Our Own Camogie's Story by Mary Moran charts the development of the Association from its foundation in 1904 through to the present day. The must have book for all Camogie and GAA fans, contains over 500 photographs and previously unseen archival material.
A Game of Our Own: Camogie's Story costs €20 including post and packaging.
For further information contact the Camogie Association, Caroline Fitzsimons on 01 865 8651, email@example.com
Eat Smart Hurl Smart Diary
Eat Smart Hurl Smart Diary available to purchase now!
The diary and nutrition guide (totalling 148 pages) is a collaboration between the Camogie Association and the Nutrition and Health Foundation and is packed with information on what foods to eat while playing and training for camogie, the importance of fluids, information on the food pyramid and how to balance a busy sporting and school life in addition to a 52 week diary plus information on the relevant Player Pathway! It's a must for every young Camogie player!
Priced at €7.99 which inlcudes post and packaging the Eat Smart Hurl Smart Diary is available to order by downloading the attached form or by calling the Camogie Association: Caroline Fitzsimons, 01 865 8651, Emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org Payments can also be made over the phone via Credit Card/Laser Card and Visa Debit (ROI only in the case of Visa Debit)
Eat Smart Move Smart Order Form
Sample Pages of Diary