Camogie - News & Reports
The 40th annual All Ireland Seven-a-Side Camogie Tournament will be held on Saturday, 14th September 2013 in Kilmacud Crokes, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin.
Check with your club secretary and if he/she hasn't received it, then do please get in touch. Deadline for entry is Friday 23rd August. Completed application form and cheque to be returned asap to Brenda Keogh Murphy 8 Woodford Downs, Clondalkin, Dublin 22.
The Camogie Association and Dublin Camogie Board have been campaigning to have the new bridge over the river Liffey named in honour of former Dublin camogie star Kay Mills who won fifteen senior All Ireland medals.
An Cumann Camogaiochta (The Camogie Association) is advertising the position of Office Administrator. Please click 'read more' to see full details of the spec.
The Camogie Association is seeking applications for the position of Office Administrator.
You hear a lot in the media these days about sudden death syndrome in young people playing sports. You also hear in tandem about the power of using a defibrillator in such circumstances to save lives. Kilmacud Crokes had first hand exposure to this last year.
Sponsored by VHI Swiftcare, June 29th 2013 11am to 3pm Pairc de Búrca, Glenalbyn, Stillorgan
There is a lot going on in Kilmacud Crokes this Summer from Multi Sport Camps to GAA camps and Coaching in Silverpark!
- Multi Sport Camps (5 to 14 year olds) run for 6 weeks starting 1st July & finishing on the 9th August - 10am to 3pm.
The annual Kilmacud Mini All-Irelands in both Camogie and Ladies Football were held from June 3rd to 7th, and featured over 200 girls playing Camogie and about 240 playing Ladies Football. All round, it was a wonderful week of fun and excitement.
Congratulations to our U14/15 players and teachers in both Colaiste Iosagain and Mount Anville who played in their respective camogie finals today.