Please note: All AIB #leinstercamogie Club Championship 2023 fixtures are ticket only
AIB Leinster Junior Club Championship Semi Final Cappagh (Kildare) 2.05 V The Harps (Laois) 2.07
2023 PwC Camogie All-Star Awards: All-Ireland Champions reign supreme with Eight All-Star Awards for the Rebels
CHANGE OF VENUE
PLEASE ENSURE TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKET PRIOR TO ATTENDING FIXTURE
RESULTS - SATURDAY and SUNDAY 28th and 29th .10.23
Please see below link for tickets for the AIB Leinster Intermediate Championship Quarter Final Na Fianna (Meath) V Nass (Kildare) on Saturday, October 28th at Baconstown Na Fianna, Co. Meath at 1.30pm.
It's AIB Leinster camogie Club Championship Time.
CONFIRMED - the following dates and venues for the AIB Leinster Club Championship Finals 2023.
The key purpose of members of The Camogie Association’s Match Official Developer Panel is to deliver Camogie match official workshops, courses, and programmes on behalf of the Association. Match Official developers will be upskilled where appropriate in the delivery of match official education materials to the highest standard.
Trialling of Potential Proposed Changes to Camogie Playing Rules Aims to Enhance Game Flow and Skill
Leinster Social Camogie Blitz Day
When: Sunday 12th November
Where: National Indoor Arena, Sport Ireland Campus, Snugborough Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, D15 EPN4.
We are inviting all women over 25 who may not have played in a competitive competition in the past 5 years or have never played before to come and give Social Camogie a try! Click the link below for more information and to sign up. Closing date to sign up is Friday 27th October.
Individual & Group signup - https://t.ly/0ZYgN
Established team signup - https://t.ly/Sf6hF
*Please note that no registered camogie players can apply. Please bring your own hurl and helmet on the day.
Leinster Camogie - An Cumann Camógaíochta
The Camogie Association has announced a substantial investment of €250,000 to support grassroots camogie clubs in Ireland. This investment will benefit over 600 clubs by providing games equipment packs. The funding has been made possible through a ‘Return to Sport’ grant from Sport Ireland, which the Camogie Association’s Ard Chomhairle has committed to match and further invest in clubs, with the aim is to increase player numbers and retain existing players in the sport.
Items to Note for County Boards/Teams/Players/Mentors: