Statement from Camogie Association – 31st March 2021 We know you will be aware by now of the positive announcement by the Irish Government this evening that non-contact underage training in pods of 15 will be permitted from April 26th and that full contact Inter-County training at adult level can re-commence from April 19th.
The Camogie Association, the GAA & the Ladies Gaelic Football Association are delighted to announce details of a new and exciting Gaelic Games Player Pathway.
The Gaelic Games family today launched ‘Be Ready to Play’, a Coaching and Sport Science programme in association with UPMC, official healthcare partner of the GAA and GPA, that will be delivered via webinars, website programmes, instructional videos and live online sessions.
The Move 4 Mayo Camogie campaign has been a massive success thanks to everyone who got active during the month of January and all those who donated in support of the development of Mayo Camogie and to support the National Breast Cancer Research Insitute in Galway.
The Camogie Association are delighted to announce that the 2021 National Development Forum will be held on Saturday January 30th online via Zoom Webinar.
In January, Mayo Camogie want you to get moving for 2,021 seconds every day! It’s just 34 minutes and by doing so you will be getting active and supporting Mayo Camogie.
The Camogie Association have launched, Coach: Me 2020/21 – which is a coach support iniative.
As the Country moves into Level 3 of the Government’s National Framework for Living With Covid-19. The Camogie Association have issued the following statement.
The U12 County finals were decided on Sunday 20th September in glorious weather – the perfect day for camogie.
The Under 10 County Finals were decided on Sunday 13th last at Westport GAA club.