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Latest Tyrone Camogie News.

Monday 25.02.2013
Team Talk Mag
Club


The National League Division 4 fixture scheduled for Sunday should have seen Tyrone welcome Wicklow at Kildress GAC however, Wicklow withdrew from this year’s League. A big thanks to Kildress for offering their facilities at such short notice. It was a massive disappointment for all concerned but Tyrone will have plenty of matches this year. The team took the opportunity to avail of the recently opened Garvaghey complex. This venue was only released from the contractors on Friday past and it is without doubt one of the best training facilities in Ireland. This venue will be the focal point for all Tyrone training sessions and matches for many a year to come. There will be training on Thursday evening at 7:30 at Dungannon Ball Wall before Tyrone play a friendly against Derry next Sunday at 2:30 at a home venue. This will be great preparation for the National League Fixture away to Kildare II on March 10th.
The senior league and championship draws for club camogie have not been drawn yet. The format of the championship was discussed at a fixtures meeting and agreed. Derrylaughan and Derrytresk will play in a senior championship in 2013 with all the other clubs contesting the Junior section. There will be no Intermediate championship this year. A new ‘Junior Select’ team will also contest the Senior championship which will comprise of some players from all the Junior championship sides. This is based loosely on the idea of ‘clustering’ of teams a format similar to this is often used to great effect in Gaelic football. It will be an exciting senior championship this year as will the Junior section. The Junior section will be fiercely contested with all teams being very similar in ability.
There is a PRO Workshop at Croke Park on Saturday March 2nd starting at 10:00am and finishing at 2:30pm. This is open to all club PRO’s and it will cover all aspects of social media. I’m sure your club may have questions relating to this current topic which you will certainly get answers to. There is a £10 charge and the fee can be paid on the day. There will be lunch provided and there will be a free Club final ticket for all those attending. If you wish to attend you can contact Claire at Claire@camogie.ie .
The Camogie Association has released details saying that it endorses and supports the GAA in relation to the promotion and organisation of the Kellogs GAA Cul Camps for 2013.
The Kellogs Cul Camps cater for boys and girls aged 7 -13 and attract over 82,000 participants each year. The Cul Camps are always eagerly awaited by our young players. We encourage all camogie clubs to promote the Kellogs Cul Camps to their members. These camps are open to all and friends and non club members are welcome!

Where possible, we would encourage camogie clubs to have a presence at the local Cul Camp at least once, to promote the clubs training days etc to current and potential new members.
If your camogie club would like a Cul Camp to be organised to cater for Camogie, please contact the Cul Camp Co-ordinator in your county before the 21st February to register their interest in holding a camp.
Full co-ordinator details can be downloaded at https://secure.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/login/?f=1
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact your Regional Development Officer, Ross Corbett on 074-35769094 or ross@camogie.ie.

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