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Latest Tyrone Camogie News

Saturday 01.03.2014
Team Talk Mag
Club


The county senior team are preparing for their next NCL fixture against Dublin III’s on Sunday 9th March with a possible double header in Healy Park Omagh fronting the Tyrone hurlers fixture. The team will continue their training at the Garvaghey complex on Sunday with a few players side-lined with minor injuries. This will be Dublin’s first outing in the league this year as they were due to play Cavan who unfortunately withdrew from the competition. Dublin will be strong opposition for the Red Hand girls who are still looking for their first points of the season having lost to Limerick last week.
It was announced last week that team captain for the season would be Julie Lagan. It is Julie’s second consecutive year as captain and it was no surprise to the team when the news was announced. Julie has all the leadership qualities it takes and she always strives for perfection from her team.

In domestic news the fixtures for league and championship for all age groups have been circulated to all clubs. It is important that these fixtures are circulated to all coaches and players within your clubs as soon as possible. The first league matches will be the under 14’s on March 24th.

The training on the new registration system, Servasport, will be rolled out to all clubs in Tyrone on Tuesday evening in Derrytresk GAC at 7:15pm. All club registrars must attend and the invitation is also open to any club member who wishes to attend. The Servasport system will be used for the coming season and it will supersede the older excel spreadsheet used in the past. It is an important step forward for the registration process considering the new affiliations scheme is in place also for this year.

At a recent sports awards dinner held in Kelly’s Inn Tyrone camogie was delighted that Ursula Jordan was the winner in the Contribution to Sport category for the tireless efforts for camogie for both her beloved Eglish and Tyrone. It was without doubt a very popular award on the evening with all the room warmly recognizing the exceptional hard work and dedication that Ursula puts into the game on a daily basis.

Leona Gallagher from Eglish who was voted as Tyrone Volunteer of the year has a day out at Croke Park on Sunday at the All Ireland Senior and Intermediate club camogie finals to look forward to. Leona will have lunch and a photo opportunity with the President Aileen Lawlor. It’s a small token from the Camogie Association for all the hard work Leona has put into the sport for both her club and county

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