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Monday 03.02.2014
Team Talk Mag
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The county senior team was well into their stride as training continued on Sunday. The squad had a change of venue due to the bad weather as Garvaghey was closed. At the Garvaghey complex last week the Tyrone senior camogs, footballers, under 21’s and hurlers all used the facilities and all but one of the pitches were in use. There was a fundraising Quiz in McAleer’s Bar, Dungannon on Sunday evening. The team would like to thank all the supporters who turned out and gave their support and especially McAleers Bar for their continued support of Tyrone camogie. The ‘A Team’ won the quiz again so that’s two in a row.

The fixtures committee met on Tuesday evening to draw up all the games for the coming year. Dates have been agreed and the league fixtures will be circulated after the championship draws have been made.

Leona Gallagher from Eglish was nominated as Tyrone’s, “Volunteer of the Year” for the 2013 season. This new award is being made in order to acknowledge the huge effort put in by many people in all clubs within their county during the year. Leona was recognized as having put so much into camogie both within her club and county throughout 2013.She will be honored at a special lunch at the All Ireland Club Final day on the 2nd of March 2014.

Ulster camogie will be running a Level One ‘Caman Get Hooked’ camogie course in Granemore, Armagh, over 3 days on Friday 21st February: 7-10pm, Saturday 22nd February: 9:30-4:30pm and Saturday 1st March: 9:30-4:30pm.There is a maximum of 20 participants on this course and the cost is £60 per participant. If anyone is interested in applying for the course they must fill in a registration form which has been sent to club secretaries. For a place on the level one course a payment must be made by the participant before commencement of the course. All applicants must have a foundation camogie/hurling certificate and the closing date to attend the Level One course is Friday 14th February. The registration fee of £60 per person, plus the completed registration form must be sent to Lisa McAliskey (cheques made payable to Camogie Association) at:
Ulster Camogie, 8-10 Market St, Armagh, BT61 7BX, to reserve your place.
Only on receipt of your form and cheque will you be entitled to a place.

Ulster Camogie will also be hosting a number of Provincial Indoor Blitzes for clubs to participate in. These blitzes are to compliment the ones already being run regionally in each county. They will take place in the Meadowbank Sports Arena, Magherafelt. All players can use their normal hurl but must wear their trainers. NO football boots to be worn on the carpet surface.
Registration must be pre-booked and paid for before the blitz as per application form.
The dates are Sunday 9th March for u10’s.Sunday 23rd March will be u13’s

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