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Lastest Camogie News

Tuesday 27.08.2013
Team Talk Mag
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Éire Óg hosted the final Go Games Blitzes of the year on Saturday past. The blitz is always an excellent opportunity for the u10. u8, and u6 age categories to play camogie with all the clubs in the county in one setting. A big thanks to Bríd Uí Dhonnghaile and all the county senior players who gave up their Saturday afternoon to make it a day to remember for all the youth of the county. The children and supporters were all well catered for at the end of the blitz.
There were wins in the senior league for Eglish and Éire Óg in the minor league. Dungannon won their Prelim round of the minor championship and they now progress to a semi-final clash at home to Moortown on the 6th September. Eglish will host Éire Óg in the other half of the draw.
The minor league will see Dungannon away to Eglish and Derrylaughan will host Moortown on Friday. The under 14 championship which was due to be played on Saturday past will be rescheduled for a date in the coming weeks. The final will be between Dungannon and Eglish.
The county under 14’s will play Donegal in the Garvaghey complex at 1:00pm. It is the semi-final stage of the Ulster shield and a win would see them progress to a final against either Cavan or Monaghan on September 7th. The same team reached the final last year and lost out narrowly and it is hoped that they can go one better this year.
The annual Siobhan Tipp once again it is being hosted by Naomh Colmcille Hurlers alongside the Gary Duffin Memorial tournament at their field in Cloghog. It will take place on Saturday 7th September as a 7-aside tournament, with a maximum of 10 players per panel. The camogie games will be played in between the hurling games ensuring teams get a rest between each of their matches. The organisers are aiming to have between 6 and 8 teams this year so it is expected to be a really competitive tournament. If someone from each club could ref a game or two on the day that would be helpful.
It was hard luck for the Tyrone senior footballers who played with great determination on Sunday past in the All Ireland Football semi-final.

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