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Tyrone Camogie Notes

Sunday 16.12.2012
Team Talk Mag
Club


Tyrone camogie will be hosting an introductory coaching course in the New Year. It will last about eight hours and may run over two nights or most likely on a Saturday. It will be open to all aspiring coaches and it will be theory and practical based. The course will enable all participants to embark on an accredited coaching certification. The fee for such a course will be approx £25 and it is great value for such a well established course. There will be more details circulated via club secretaries as soon as dates are confirmed.
All clubs have been circulated the relevant forms that are required for their coaches and volunteers and it is imperative that all clubs recognise the importance of including the correct details and that proper procedures are followed.
A copy of the Tyrone camogie development plan will be circulated to all clubs in the county. This will be a frequent discussion point at all meetings next year in order that we can meet the targets we set out in the document. There has already been lots of work done and there is a lot in the pipe line to keep camogie going in the right direction.
The county manager has drawn up a document which he will circulate to all county senior players. The document outlines diet and training regimes that will help the individual focus on the coming season. The club fixtures will be discussed and drawn up in January and full participation for this meeting is a must.
We all wish Dungannon camog Rebecca Barker every success when she attempts to win her Ulster College’s All-Star for camogie at St Gall’s Belfast on Tuesday. Rebecca is through to this final stage and we will know the results within a couple of weeks.
All clubs have been circulated a Volunteer award nomination form which all clubs should give careful consideration. The volunteer award is a chance to show appreciation to one person who makes a difference . Please nominate one person who you think is worthy of this award and send it to Ursula or Déirdre before the end of December. The board will select one person from the nominees who will go forward as our representative and a day out at Croke Park.
The launch of the first ever diary and nutrition guide for teenage camogie players took place on Wednesday December 12th at Croke Park.
The diary and nutrition guide (totalling 136 pages) is a collaboration between the Camogie Association and the Nutrition and Health Foundation and is packed with information on what foods to eat while playing and training for camogie, the importance of fluids, information on the food pyramid and how to balance a busy sporting and school life in addition to a 52 week diary. More information can be obtained by logging on the camogie website at www.camogie.ie and you can navigate to the Eat Smart Move Smart Diary section.

As this is the final update for 2012 we all at Tyrone camogie would like to thank all our clubs, players, supporters, sponsors and particularly the Tyrone GAA committee and clubs for everything they have done throughout 2012. A massive thanks to all the press and media outlets who have given our sport great coverage in the past year. We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and may next season be an injury free and successful one for all involved.

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