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Sunday 19.01.2014
Team Talk Mag
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The county senior training is well under way under the guidance of manager Jacqui Clarke. The team has bolstered its numbers from last year and the first National League fixture is on Sunday February 23rd at home to Limerick II’s. The venue will probably be Garvaghey and it is here that the team will hope to make their home for the coming season for matches and training.

The Camogie Association invite all Provincial, County, Club and Second and Third Level Officers to attend a PRO training event on Saturday February 8th in the Croke Park Hotel.
The PRO Training event will cover the following topics and will be delivered by experienced practitioners through interactive 45 minute workshops: IT & Social Media, The Role of the PRO and how to work effectively, including presentations and dealing with radio & print media.

The PRO Training event will commence at 10.00am and conclude at 2.30pm. Tea & refreshments will be served on arrival and lunch will take place at 1.30pm. All officers and members of the Association are encouraged to attend. The event costs €10 including lunch. Advance booking is required and the closing date is Monday February 3rd 2014
Please note participants are encouraged to bring a lap-top and/or iPad.
*For further information and to book contact Claire Egan, Communications & Marketing Director, Ph: 01 865 8618, 087 9030 755, Email: claire@camogie.ie

Niall Jackman, Talent ID & Coaching Officer Ulster Camogie Council will be organising a CPD workshops for Tyrone. A topic will be from one of the following:
Drills Galore;
Coaching The Tackle;
What To Coach u8;
Games for Underage;
Strength & Conditioning;
Creating Scoring Chances;
Winning Primary Possession & Breaking Ball;
Dynamic Warm Up & Injury Prevention;
Goalkeeping;
Developing Defensive Play;
Motivating Players & Developing Fitness On The Ball.

The county can select the topic, time and venues. All clubs are asked to give consideration to which topic will best suit their club and are asked to forward details to county secretary
The aim is to have these workshops rolled out in each county through February/ latest March, before the season gets underway.

There is a refresher defibrillator course on Thursday January 23rd. Frances Barrett from Eglish has helped in getting it organised. It is for anyone who has previously done a defibrillator course. Everyone is supposed to have refresher training at least once a year. Along with how to use the defibrillator the course also teaches how to maintain the safety of a casualty until the defibrillator arrives. The cost of the course is £10. All clubs are asked to contact Ursula Jordan 07809086794 by the end Tuesday evening.
If anyone has not been previously trained and would like a defibrillator course run then please let Ursula know and she will be help set it up.
The Tyrone camogie county fundraiser this year will be at the start of June when we will walk Slemish Mountain. It is a great opportunity for clubs to raise money for themselves as well as supporting the county teams. The walk is quite a straightforward one and it is geared towards the youngest members within our clubs.

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