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Latest Tyrone Camogie News

Sunday 06.01.2013
Team Talk Mag
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The Tyrone senior camogie team had their first training session of the New Year on Sunday past with their new manager Dean McParland. The session was very well attended and with lots of new faces on show the team is looking forward to the first National League Division 4 fixture at home to Wicklow on February 24th. It is anticipated that the numbers at training this year will increase from next week and that can only bode well for the team. Training will continue at St Joseph’s College , Coalisland on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am and players should be prepared to use the indoor facilities if weather conditions are poor.
Tyrone camogs Niamh McNulty and Rebecca Barker had expected to hear about their Ulster schools All Stars awards at the beginning of January but the trials unfortunately had to be cancelled due to inclement conditions. The last and final round will be some time in February and we hope the girls can bring home the awards.
The 2013 Gaelic Life County Officer Network will take place on Saturday 12th January 2013 in the Torrent Complex, Donaghmore, Co. Tyrone, BT70 3DL We request that all County Officers attend this half-day session which will plan for the next Provincial Strategic Plan.
The Forum was received extremely well last year and we hope to build on that success by bringing together all county officers from across all nine counties and across all codes. The Forum throws in at 9:15am with registration and tea on arrival and will conclude at 1pm with lunch being served.
Ulster Camogie and Ulster Ladies Gaelic Football will be running a series of Ladies Knee Injuries Workshops in January. This topic has emerged as a huge problem in ladies sport with women up to 7 times more likely to suffer from serious knee injuries than men. The workshops will look at and explain the severity of knee injuries such as ACL ruptures, explain why such injuries might occur, explain how to detect predisposition to these injuries, how to correct these predisposing factors, how to manage these factors long term and how to apply these corrective exercises into your sessions. The workshops will be run by Ross Corbett Ulster Camogie RDO, Fionntan O Dowd Ulster Ladies Development Officer and Julie McVey Elite Physiotherapy Cookstown and Derry Senior Camogie Physiotherapist. For further information and to book your place on any of the workshops contact Ross Corbett on ross@camogie.ie, places will be limited. The workshops are free of charge. Below are the dates and possible venues for the workshops, exact venues will be confirmed shortly.
Workshop 1: Tuesday January 15th 2013, Belfast .
Workshop 2: Wednesday January 23rd, Armagh.
Workshop 3: Thursday January 31st, Omagh.

There has recently been launched an on-line version of Our Games – Our Code, the joint Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport. It is the most comprehensive good practice guidance publication to date and it is important that as many players, coaches, parents and other Club personnel have immediate access to its contents. This Code has been agreed between the GAA, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, the Camogie Association, GAA Handball Ireland and the Rounders Council of Ireland. The Code is available in Disc format (not printed) from the National Children’s Office. The Code supercedes all previous Codes and is a mandatory Code of Best Practice for all Gaelic Games Associations in our work with underage players.

Finally there will be a Tyrone County Board meeting on Tuesday at Quinn’s Corner at 7:15 pm. All clubs are reminded to send at least two representatives to the meeting.

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