Offaly Camogie Notes (January 30)

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Offaly Camogie Notes

Offaly Camogie


For up to date fixtures and results follow Offaly Camogie on Facebook, Twitter: @offalycamogie, Website, Instagram: Offalycamogie


Littlewoods Ireland Camogie league Division 1: Tipperary 0-16 vs Offaly 0-9. All Ireland Senior D Camogie Qtr Final: St Mary’s Glasnevin Dublin 0-1 V Coláiste Naomh Cormac Offaly 4-11. Munster Junior D Camogie Final: Colaiste Phobal Roscrea 8-9 St Aloysius Carrigtwohill 1-3. ‪AIB All Ireland Senior Camogie Club Semi-final Extra fime, full time‬ ‪Slaughtneil:0-14 Thomastown:0-11


All Ireland Senior D Camogie Semi-Final: Coláiste Naomh Cormac will now play the Connacht C Champions (at home) on Saturday February 10th. Littlewoods Ireland Camogie league Division 1: Offaly vs Wexford Bord Na Mona O connor Park (weather dependant) time tbc.

Legends tournament

Dust off the Boots- It's back! Legends Tournament 2018 will take place in Na Fianna GAA club in Dublin on March 3rd. This is a 7 a side competition for Intercounty teams. Players must be 35 and over and be retired from intercounty activity to take part! So why not dust off your boots and take to the field once more!! For more information

Afterschool camp

An afterschool Camogie camp takes place on Mondays at 4.30p.m for U11s in the Hall in Birr Community school. There is a small charge of €2. There is four remaining training sessions, a blitz, a foundation course and a first whistle referee course. Can clubs please make contact with all parents of U9s U10s and U11s. It is open to players from all clubs. The first session has been a huge success with over 45 participants and with Instructors and Coaches from Transition year in St. Brendans Community School. Please bring runners not boots.


Club championship sponsorship opportunities are still available for the U14 Offaly camogie Championships for €200. Please email with your interest.


Well done to Tina Hannon and her club Slaughtneil who have progressed to the All-Ireland Club final again to defend their title.

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