By Camogie Press
Mallow was a buzz of excitement last Saturday April 1st. The superb facilities in Cork hosted 48 teams from 46 clubs all over Munster in the annual under 12 Camán to Munster event this year. In total 20 of these clubs will get to participate in the National Caman to Croker Day on Easter Monday April 17th in Croke Park. The draw has been done and all 64 clubs from around the country are getting prepared for what is sure to be the biggest highlight of their short camogie careers to date!! Bring your club banners, make lots of noise and enjoy the experience! We look forward to seeing all our budding stars on Easter Monday.
Other Camogie Development News this week:
· Caman to Munster Pictures
· Martin Fogarty Workshop & Wall Ball session in Wexford
· Westport Winners of Cumann na mBunscol Final
· News from New York
Caman to Munster Pictures
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Martin Fogarty Workshop & Wall Ball session in Wexford
Wexford held an in-service evening on March 29th for all Level 1 Coaches who qualified over the last four years in the County. The aim is to refresh and give support to the coaches. Thanks to St Ibars/Hollymount for hosting the evening, the coaches and a special thanks to Martin Fogarty for an excellent presentation.
On Monday March 27th Wexford Camogie also held a wall ball workshop in Rathnure GAA Complex. 27 coaches attended a very intense session given by John Burns. Thanks to Rathnure GAA and those who attended. A special thanks to the Rathnure U18 & U16 girls and John for an excellent session. We appreciate the input from our GAA colleagues and the support given for the session.
Westport Winners of Cumann na mBunscol Final
The Gaelscoil Westport and Aghamore national school contested the Camogie INTO Mayo Cumann na mBunscol final in the Connacht Centre of Excellence on Friday March 31st 2017.
Gaelscoil Westport were quick to get on the scoreboard with a goal in the first minute courtesy of Lúsaí Ni Chorcoráin. Five minutes later Leíla Ní Mháille added a second goal for the Gaelscoil.
Saoirse Delaney from Aghamore brought her side back into the final with a goal on the 11th minute but the Gaelscoil responded well with Leíla Ní Mháille immediately pulling a goal back as the whistle went for half time leaving the Gaelscoil leading 3 goals to 1.
The second half was dominated again by the Gaelscoil despite the best efforts of Saoirse Delaney and Niamh Mooney for Aghamore. Fionnuala Nic Lochlainn who was brilliant throughout added two fantastic points for the Gaelscoil one from play and one from a 45. Two more goals from first half scorers Leíla Ní Mháille and Lúsaí Ni Chorcoráin in the second half put the game beyond Aghamore’s reach. Aghamore through Saoirse Delaney did manage to get a late consolation goal but it made no difference as the Gaelscoil ran out worthy winners on a score line of 5:2 to 2:0.
Aghamore NS with Nicky Rachard Cup
News from New York
St Brigid's Indoor Success
Over the winter, St Brigid's ladies Football and Camogie club have been training regularly as they prepare for the Spring season. Both codes have been training together to ensure maximum participation.
New York Under 16 Camogie
Early this month members of the Rockland and St Brigid's under 16 camogie team began training to prepare for a challenge game. These girls put in great effort and were improving after each session. Unfortunately, due to snowstorms the game was cancelled.
West Put Setanta Camogie Preparing for Season
Well done to the West Put Setanta club who are making great progress with their camogie programme. The club will be fielding a Camogie team for the first time and have had great numbers for indoor training over the winter.
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