I wish to sincerely thank Hilda, fellow Leinster Executive members, the Camogie Association and our Leinster counties for the many messages of congratulations and best wishes since yesterday.
Please see attached the first video update of the year with areas covered to include:
The Camogie Association is running several annual Referee Refresher Courses online over the month of February.
In July 2020 we piloted a new initiative – The PR-Óg – aimed at supporting club and county PROs.
Please find below direct registration details for Club Officers in Leinster Counties to sign up for Officer Training Modules on January 7th, 2021 at 7pm.
The Annual Leinster Convention will be held virtually on Saturday 9 Jan 2021. Further details will be issued later. Nomination and Motion papers have been sent to County Secretaries and must be returned no later than 17.00 on 8 Jan 2021.
The challenge will run alongside the Ireland Lights Up walking initiative with €2,500, €1,500, and €1,000 O’Neill’s club vouchers up for grabs in each province
Kilkenny make believers of us all
Cats come back from the dead to
“We just bounced off each other and whatever way, my knee didn’t fancy it” – Galway’s Tara Kenny
“When the final whistle went, the feeling was savage” – Kilkenny’s Collette Dormer
Message from the GAA
“As Roy Keane says, you don’t pat the postman on the back for delivering the post” – Kilkenny’s Anne Dalton
‘Ireland Lights Up’, the popular walking initiative, is returning in January 2021 in partnership with the GAA, Operation Transformation, and Get Ireland Walking.