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Tyrone camogie held a referees course on Saturday past which was hosted by Eglish. The course was extremely well attended by the majority of the clubs in the county. Frank McDonald was the tutor and he addressed very attentive students who had to sit an examination at the end of the day. This course will put Tyrone camogie on a firm footing in the coming years that will make them self-sufficient on the referee front.
The 2012 season ended with all the clubs equipping themselves well in their respective competitions and Ulster qualifiers. The season saw Eglish lift the Post primary league and championship, under 14 league, under 16 league and championship and senior championship. Dungannon took u14 championship and minor league and championship. Derrytresk took the senior intermediate championship and Éire Óg took the senior junior championship.
There will be a Child protection workshop which will be open to all clubs and at a reduced cost of £5 per person. This will be held in Eglish on Tuesday 4thDecember from 6:45pm to 10:00pm. Everyone is asked to bring a notepad for note taking as required. Attendance can be confirmed by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or on Mobile 07716 500 141.
Ulster Camogie will be running a Strength and Conditioning for Camogie Workshop in St. Ciaran’s, Ballygawley, Co. Tyrone on Saturday 1st December from 11am- 2pm.
Participants should wear active gear i.e. Shorts and tshirt/ a tracksuit. Activity will be interactive but not too strenuous. Participants should also bring a pen and notepad to take notes on content covered. The workshop will be run free of charge. This workshop is open to coaches in particular but players are also welcome. Attendance can be confirmed by email to email@example.com or on Mobile 07425769094.
Everyone at Tyrone camogie would like to wish all of the Teamtalkmag.com camogie award nominees Aisling Corr, Julie Lagan, Catherine Hanna and Niamh McNulty all the best of luck on the gala evening on November 30th.
Finally a new Board was elected and we wish all the clubs and players continued success in the coming year ahead.