Extractions: Jump to: navigation search Camogie (in Irish cam³gaocht ) is a Celtic team sport , organised by the Camogie Association of Ireland , the women's variant of hurling . The rules are almost identical to hurling with a few exceptions. One is that goalkeepers wear the same colours as outfield players and a player in camogie can handpass a score, which is not allowed in the men's game. All games last 60 minutes (senior inter-county hurling games last 70), and dropping the camogie stick to handpass the ball is permitted. The All-Ireland Final is held every year in Croke Park during September, usually the week between the hurling final and Gaelic football final. There are two main competitions; the National League which is staged during the winter-spring months and is used as a warm-up to the All-Ireland Championships during the summer. It is played mainly in Ireland, the most successful counties being Dublin Cork Kilkenny and in more recent times, Tipperary Counties compete to win the O'Duffy Cup , awarded to the team that wins the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship . Dublin have won the most Camogie All-Ireland titles with 26, the last being in
Camogie camogie has to be one of the most played sports by both young and not so young Irish girls. Based on the rules of hurling which is also an old Irish game http://www.aurora.komvux.norrkoping.se/crumlin/leisure/01/camogie.htm
Extractions: Camogie has to be one of the most played sports by both young and not so young Irish girls. Based on the rules of hurling which is also an old Irish game for men, camogie can seem dangerous to a stranger but not to the girls who with a passion love this sport . Two teams of twelve girls, battle it out, with what look like sticks but which are called hurls. Chasing after a ball which is called a sliotar. The objective of the game is to bring the ball either on your hurl or dribbling on the ground towards your opponents goals and scoring. The goals are a little different than usual goals there a small version of rugby posts. A goal is scored when the sliotar goes between the goal post (just like a goal in hockey). A point is scored when the ball travels between the two vertical posts over the goal post. There are three points in every goal hence the point is much easier to score.
Green Isle Camogie Club camogie Celtic Sport for South London Women We participate in the senior league and senior championship and take part in festivals and tournaments http://www.greenislecamogie.co.uk/
Extractions: G Another Great Festival for Green Isle at Southwark Irish 2007 join us Anyone wanting to play camogie /get fit /have some fun, come and join us - beginners and experienced players welcome! Currently Summer training Wednesdays 6.30 pm - 9pm Camogie training at Forster Park Catford London Sundays 11 am Forster Park, Catford. About us The club was formed in the late 80s by Jimmy and Cathy Cater who, at the time, owned the Green Isle Irish shop in Dulwich and decided to set up a local Camogie club in the South East London area. We participate in the senior league and senior championship and take part in festivals and tournaments throughout the year. We are a vibrant and fun and social group of girls with a love for the game. "Green Isle Mile" Newsletters Club newsletter 2006 issues Irish Songbook Green Isle Camogie Songbook -ENJOY!
Home Page Tara camogie Club London welcomes new players to join their Junior and Senior teams to compete in both League and Championship competitions. http://www.taracamogieclub.freeservers.com/
Extractions: Home Page A Hurlers Prayer Welcome to Tara Camogie Club, London Tara Camogie Club London welcomes new players to join their Junior and Senior teams to compete in both League and Championship competitions. Club training commences first week February and new players welcome from beginners to All-Stars. Please contact Sheila for more details: Tel: 020 8561 3544 Mobile: 0777 1957 341 Website: http://www.camogie.co.uk
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Dublin Camogie County Board Welcome to dublincamogie.ie the official website of Dublin camogie County Board. Our aim is to have a revelant userfriendly website that will enhance the http://www.dublincamogie.ie/
Extractions: Cookies are not enabled. You must enable cookies before you can log in. Forgot your password? This website is provided by the Web Community Initiative , a project of the Carntogher Community Association funded by the RDC Document Actions Aisling receives her award from Liz Horward Diamond shines in All Star Camogie Team Ulster lift first Senior Inter-provisional title for 40 years Oak Leaf camogs flourish in Ulster U14 Final Derry Captain - Jolene Bradley collects the cup Front-web.jpg
Carrigaline Camogie Club, Cork Carrigaline camogie Club, Cork is for underage and senior camogie players in Carrigaline. Our games are played at the Carrigaline GAA Club, Cork. http://www.carrigalinecamogie.com/
Tara Camogie Tara camogie Club was formed in 1986 and have both Junior Senior teams, so all welcome from beginners to All-Stars. Tel Sheila 0777 1957 341 or 020 http://www.taracamogie.co.uk/
Extractions: WELCOME TO TARA CAMOGIE CLUB, LONDON Tara Camogie Club Tara Camogie Club London will hold a 7-a-side Tournament on Saturday 29 March 2008 at Tir Chonaill Park, Greenford. The format will include Cup and Plate competitions at both Junior and Senior grades. Games will commence at 10.00am at Tir Chonaill Park with Presentations and evening entertainment in the Clubhouse afterwards. Contact us now for more details - Email * Tara Camogie Club Tara Camogie Club are holding their AGM on Saturday 26 January 2008 at GAA Grounds, Ruislip. All welcome. Map The London County Camogie AGM will be held on Wednesday 30 January 2008 at Irish Centre, Camden. All welcome. The Tara Christmas Party will be held on Friday 14 December 2007. Tara Camogie Club are holding a Quiz Night at The Old Crown Pub, 90 Highgate Hill, London, N19 5NQ on Friday 12th October 2007 from 7pm -12. Entry £5 per person (max 4 persons each team). All welcome. London County Camogie Board are holding a 7s tournament at Tir Chonaill Park, Greenford. Tara will field both a junior and a senior team. There is also an underage game against the Erin go Bragh girls and Tara hope to have at least 8 under 16's line out. All the best to all involved.
Extractions: News Fixtures for the coming year 2008 to follow shortly. County Board Meetings County Board meetings are held in Cheevers Craughwell on the 1st Monday of every month (exception: Bank Holidays, meeting takes place on 2nd Monday of the month). Sponsors Curley Furniture HoneyGlen Homes Athenry Senior County Champions 2007
KCC HOMEPAGE On Behalf of the Committee and Members of Kilrea camogie Club. We offer our sincere sympathy to Our Club Secretary Pauline Quigg and her family following http://www.kilreacamogie.com/
Extractions: CILL RIA CLUB MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE. Club Merchandise for sale - Contact Cyrilla Gorman on 028 29541474 or watch out for details in the bulletin or on the website for our next sale night. Club Hoodies - 5/6 yrs - 13/14 yrs - £25.00 Adult Sizes - S/M/L - £30.00 Club raincoats - 5/6yrs - 13/14 yrs - £25.00 Adult Sizes - S/M/L - £30.00 Club Bags - £20.00 Shorts - £10.00 Socks - £5.00 Polo - Shirts - £5.00 Orders now being taken for Christmas. Derry defeated Antrim on Saturday 13th at Lavey to claim the Ulster Champions Title. Carrying on from the success of the Juniors and U16s the U14 Panel proved they are a force to be reckoned with. Congratulations to the Panel and Management. And of Course WELL DONE OUR GIRLS! WELL DONE GIRLS Saturday 13th October 1.30pm at Lavey. Kilrea have four players on the Derry U14 Panel. We trust that the whole team will give a good account of themselves and hope they will add to the successes of the Junior and U16 Derry Camogs. Good Luck: Ursula Dallet, Christina Darragh, Karen Keilt, Caoimhe Quigg Derry U16 All Ireland Champions Kilrea Players Lorraine Quigg, Shauneen Donaghy, Anna Darragh and Christina Darragh with Captain Aine Kelly (Dungiven) After Winning the All Ireland Final Replay against Waterford.
Extractions: www.queenscamogie.com - Cumann Camogiocht Ollscoil Na Banríona Béal Feirste Cead Mile Failte, - Welcome to the official website of Queen's University Belfast Camogie Club Bookmark Homepage Activities News ... Contact Us Tá fáilte romhat chuig suíomh idirlín oifiguil Cumann Camogiocht Ollscil Na Banriona Béal Feirste. Is é an phríomhaidhm atá ag an suíomh seo ná slí a chur ar fail don phobal chun teacht ar eolas faoin cumann. Tá súil againn go mbainfidh tú úsáid agus taitneamh as, agus go bhfillfidh tú orainn go luath.
Camogie GAA Football, Ladies Football, Hurling and camogie from County Laois, Ireland. Reports of county and club matches in league and championship with all the http://www.laoisgaa.utvinternet.ie/camogie.htm
Ardrahan Camogie Club Welcome the website of Ardrahan camogie Club. We are based in South Galway and currently have a membership of about 80 players. http://www.ardrahancamogie.ie/
Extractions: Camogie is busily assembling songs for inclusion on a debut, full-length CD, which we'll get around to recording as soon as our busy schedules permit. In the meantime, you can enjoy the spiffy 4-song EP now available, which includes original songs by Robin Flower ("Rhythm and Rhyme") and Danny Carnahan ("Fly My Way"), a high-octane Irish traditional song of Mary McLaughlin's ("Níl Sé Na Lá"), given the unique Camogie treatment, and a sweet ballad by the Irish songsmith Tommy Sands, with lead vocals by Libby McLaren ("County Down"). Until we ramp up our website PayPal buttons, you can get your CD by sending a check for $8.50 (which includes shipping) to: Danny Carnahan