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Saturday 29.09.2012
Team Talk Mag
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The annual Siobhan Tipp memorial 7-a-side camogie tournament was held on Saturday in conjunction with the Gary Duffin hurling tournament and all hosted by Naomh Colmcille hurlers. The games consisted of  two ten minute halves and the camogie and hurling matches were alternated. The camogs played half pitch 7-a-side and the hurlers played full pitch. Brocach, Dungannon, Éire Óg and Doiretreasc all competed for the Siobhan Tipp trophy in the camogie. The matches ended with an Éire Óg and Doiretreasc progressing to the final and it was Doiretreasc who were the eventual winners. Eire Og were the surprise package of the tournament and they pushed Doiretreasc all the way to the end. Dolores McCabe was presented with the winning cup by Shea O’Neill. Cara Fitzgerald won the player of the tournament for Doiretreasc. A big thank you to all at Naomh Colmcille for their hospitallity and for the friendly atmosphere around the whole event.
There were three Tyrone under 14 players in camogie action for St Catherines college at the Mid Ulster Sports Arena in Cookstown. Shelly McVeigh, Allana Muldoon and Ellie Donnely were all part of the winning Ulster Blitz B section. A massive congratulations to Fionnula McGrath their coach and all at St Catherines college.
The under 16 championship final between Éire Óg and Eglish will take place on Saturday 6th October with the venue and time tbc.Its the last of the championship finals of the year and we wish both teams all the best for the final. Eglish’s Senior Ulster final has been moved from Sunday 14th to Saturday 13th October and it will be held at Armagh Athletic Grounds.
There will be a club planning workshop held in Kellys Inn Garvaghy on Tuesday 2nd October starting at 8:00pm.The workshop is being run by the GAA and has come from the Strategic Planning Committee. It is important that all camogie clubs are represented at the workshop and at least two from each club should be the target number.
There will be a referee’s course on November 17th and this day has been set aside to train new referees and refresh everyone on the new rules. There will more details nearer the time but all clubs are reminded of the importance of this day as their is a shortage of referee’s in the county.
Congratulations to Derry on winning the All Ireland Intermediate final replay against Galway on Saturday at Donaghmore, Ashbourne. The game was won with a fantastic late goal by Derry that gave the title to the Ulster camogs.
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