Today’s results in the All-Ireland Camogie Championships are as follows:
The Meath v Dublin Intermediate All Ireland Championship game will be live streamed on Meath Camogie YouTube Channel free of charge from Pairc Tailteann at 2pm.
Best of luck to the Kilkenny Intermediate team v Antrim, 2pm at Dunloy
The Dublin Minors v Galway, in Minor A Championship 2pm at Trinity Sports centre and The Wexford Minors v Waterford in the A Championship, 2pm at Bellefield Enniscorthy.
In the Minor B Championship, Kildare play Carlow 2pm at Hawkfield and Laois play Offaly at 2pm O'Moore Park.
In the Minor B Shield, Meath will travel to Granemore to play Armagh at 2pm
In the Minor C Championship, Louth are at home to Monaghan 2pm at Darver
“It’s real championship stuff at this stage now” - Adrian O'Sullivan (Dublin Manager)
Here is a list of fixtures for u15.
Please note the following updates in relation to Covid-19:
John West, sponsors of the GAA’s annual Féile na nÓg (football) and Féile na nGael (camogie and hurling) competitions, says it is delighted to honour its pledge that no child would be left behind following the cancellation of last year’s events.
Tesco U.16A Camogie Final
League semi-finalists Cork and Tipperary maintained their good form with resounding victories in the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship, the Rebels shooting the lights out in accounting for Dublin by 2-19 to 0-12 at Páirc Uí Rinn, and Tipp blitzing Offaly by 3-23 to 1-12 at the St Rynagh’s grounds in Banagher.
Cork survived a late scare to grab a record 14th Tesco All-Ireland U16A Camogie title, defeating Kilkenny in a pulsating affair by 2-12 to 2-10 at St Brendan’s Park in Birr.
Following the Leinster EGM on Monday 12 April 2021, the following Executive Committee has been elected:
The Leinster Council Annual Convention will re-convene virtually at 20.00 on Monday night at which a number of vacant executive positions will be filled.
The most significant changes to the playing rules of camogie for some time were passed at the 2021 Virtual Camogie Congress today (10 April). The rule changes which will come into effect one month from now are:
Paul Frizelle reports on an exciting opportunity for women interested in broadcasting
To mark the launch of Phase 1 of the GAA Green Club Programme and National Tree Week, the Easy Treesie – Crann Project (www.easytreesie.com) supported by Coillte (www.coillte.ie) and Trees on the Land (www.treesontheland.com) will provide GAA, Camogie and LGFA clubs with 45,000 native tree saplings, which due to current restrictions on access to Club grounds will be distributed to selected Clubs at the beginning of the next planting season in November.