In order to strengthen current best practice in Child Safeguarding by the Camogie Association, Ard Chomhairle has decided that from 1 February 2018 no underage Camogie activity will be allowed within and across Units at all levels unless a Children's Officer is appointed and in place throughout the season. The name and contact details of said Children's Officer must be notified by clubs to the County Children's Officer; County Children Officers' details must be notified to the Provincial Children's Officer and details of Provincial Children's Officers must be notified to the National Children's Officer.
Submissions are invited for the Camogie Association Media Awards 2017 which will be presented in conjunction with the Camogie Association Volunteer Awards on Saturday, February 17th 2018.
The GAA, in collaboration with the PDST, has recently developed the Future Leaders Transition Year Programme. It is a cross-curricular programme comprising of eight modules, each designed to encourage maturity, initiative, responsibility and leadership skills in pupils. The Programme gives pupils the knowledge and skills to support all roles required in the effective staging of Gaelic Games. As part of the Programme pupils are challenged to organise and run a GAA Super Games Centre for younger students or assist in Coaching at the local Primary School.
MEGAN THYNNE attributed Kilmessan’s second AIB All-Ireland Junior Club Camogie Championship success to the strength of the squad and unity of purpose, rather than the performances of a handful of elite operators reports Daragh Ó Conchúir.
Kilmessan come strong in the second half to finally shake off Clanmaurice
The venue has been confirmed for the AIB All-Ireland Junior Club Final Replay
Camogie All-Stars Tour - By Daragh Ó Conchúir
Clanmaurice (Kerry) 1-4 Kilmessan (Meath) 1-4
Championship draws for 2018 made.
Kilmessan will be hoping to crown a great year for their club and county on Sunday next when they on Clanmaurice of Kerry in the AIB All-Ireland Club Junior Final. See attached for all the details.
Leinster Council Update 21 November 2017
Thomastown conceded three goals but still managed to outpoint St Martins in the AIB Leinster Senior Club final to retain their title on a scoreline of 0-16 to 3-6 at Netwatch Cullen Park Carlow.
Repeat champions or first successes are on offer in Netwatch Cullen Park Carlow on Sunday 19 November as St Martins of Wexford go in search of their first AIB Leinster Club Championship title. St Martins (Wexford) had an impressive 1-11 to 0-5 victory over St Vincents (Dublin) and that game may stand to them given that their opponents received a bye into the final. Standing in their way will be the champions from Thomastown Kilkenny who will be powered by the Farrell sisters. Throw-in 14.30.
Dineen digs out historic win for Diggin-inspired Clanmaurice
Kilmessan 5-14 Crosserlough 0-2