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Latest Tyrone Camogie News

Sunday 20.01.2013
Team Talk Mag
Club


Last Monday saw a new sponsor for the Tyrone senior and junior camogie teams confirmed. The international sports wear brand O’Neill’s and Hunky Dory’s crisp producers presented the jerseys at the Garvaghey complex to some players and Tyrone Camogie county board members. It is one of the most prestigious sponsorship deals the county has seen and all codes will now wear the same style of jerseys.
A massive thank you to our new sponsors and Tyrone football chairperson Ciaran McLaughlin for helping to facilitate the deal. The strip was shown to all the players before Sunday’s training session.
The county senior training is now up to full speed. The competition for places will be fierce this season as the panel has increased numbers compared to last year. It is hoped to have a friendly game arranged on 10th February against an Armagh side and full details of the match will be circulated via the normal communication channels. All county players will receive an email regarding a second training session on Tuesday evenings. It is important that all players reply as to whether a Tuesday suits or not. Please reply to the county manager as soon as possible.
Tyrone Camogie will be running a Foundation Coaching Course in the coming weeks. The course will be hosted by a Tyrone Camogie club and it will be both theory and practical based. It will last a full day. This course is open to everyone who may just like to refresh their knowledge or any new coaches just starting out. The benefits of such a course will ensure that all our coaches will have a consistent approach to training. A follow-on Level One course will also be in the pipeline towards the end of the year so it is important that everyone takes full advantage of this one. All club secretaries will be notified soon with full details of what the course will involve but please note the content will be very much Camogie specific.
Ulster Council will be running a coaching and games volunteer and development conference on Saturday 26th January. The venue will be the Glenavon Hotel Cookstown. Proceedings will run from 9:00am to 4:00pm. The theme will be, “Thinking Coaches produces Thinking Players”.
There is expected to be over 350 attending the workshop based day. Tyrone Camogie will have good representation at the event with particular focus on Joe Passmore of double All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Champions Eoghan Rua Coleraine who will present a workshop on, ‘Coaching Female Players’.
The Ulster Camogie convention was held on Sunday at the Navan centre. Tyrone Camogie secretary and vice chair were our representatives for the day. There were a lot of motions to debate and details will follow next week.
Last Saturday’s Club Officer Training Day had to be postponed due to adverse weather conditions. There will be more details available for the rearranged event very soon.

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