The Camogie Association is pleased to announce that the Tesco All-Ireland Minor Camogie Championships will begin on Sunday, July 25th. Now in its 15th year, supporters of the Championships should be prepared for a full round of action scheduled across all four competitions.
The funeral of Monaghan U20 football captain Brendán Óg Duffy, who was tragically killed in a car crash last Friday night just hours after he led his county to victory in the Ulster semi-final against Donegal, will take place tomorrow morning (Wednesday).
Reigning champions Dublin and last year's beaten finalists Cork booked their places in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship quarter-finals after they registered 12 goals between them at the weekend.
Following a request from the Department of Health, Ulster GAA has teamed up with the Southern and Western Health Trusts' this weekend to provide 'pop-up' vaccination clinics at both Ulster Senior Football Championship semi-finals, which are taking place in Newry and Enniskillen respectively.
The Camogie Association are delighted to launch Skill Evolution. Skill Evolution is a suite of videos which provides coaches, teachers, parents and players a modern look at the technical skills of the game of Camogie and their progression across the player's phased development.