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Latest Tyrone Camogie News

Sunday 02.12.2012
Team Talk Mag
Club


The teamtalkmag.com All-star awards were held in Bundoran on Friday past when over 500 guests from all over Tyrone were in attendance. There was deserved success for Derrytresk senior player, Aisling Corr , as she was crowned Camogie Player of the Year. Aisling has dedicated a lot of time and effort to her sport and it was great to see such an award go in her direction. The other Tyrone senior camogs nominated were Julie Lagan from Eglish and Catherine Hanna from Derrylaughan and it would be fair to say that the fact they received nominations is testament to their playing ability. Niamh McNulty from Eglish lost out in the minor section which did contain a lot of talented individuals from a variety of sports.
There was also some excellent news for Dungannon Naomh Treasa camog Rebecca Barker as she won an Ulster Colleges All-star award last week for football in her full back position. Rebecca who is a very talented all-rounder is also through to the second round of the camogie trials which will be held in February. Let’s hope she can make it a double celebration for her half back position in the New Year with an award that is long overdue to her.
There will be a child protection course on Tuesday 4th December at 6:45 in Eglish. This course organised by county secretary Deirdre Fitzgerald will have Ulster Children’s Officer Kathleen Woods tutor an expected crowd of well over 20 participants from all of the GAA codes. The course should run for over three hours and attendance can be confirmed by email to runai.tyronecamogie@yahoo.co.uk or tel 07716500141. Participants can pay on the night a nominal fee of £5 per person. All over 16 year olds to have written consent from their parent/guardian allowing them to sit on the course and bring it with them on the night.
The strength and conditioning workshop booked for Saturday at St Ciaran’s in Ballygawley had to be cancelled and may be rescheduled for the New Year if there are enough numbers to hold the event. More details will follow nearer the time and apologies to those players who had set the time aside to attend.
There were five Tyrone camogs in action for St Catherine’s Armagh on Saturday in the Section B of the Ulster Colleges Final. Leanne Donnelly, Michele McGready, Ellie Donnelly, Shelley McVeigh and Alanna Muldoon all acquitted themselves well in a tough match against a strong St Patrick’s Keady side but they lost out in the end. Most of these players will be playing in the senior section next Saturday in Casement Park in another Ulster final. We wish Tyrone u14 manager Fionnula McGrath and her St Catherine’s team every success next week against Assumption of Co Down.

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