Síghle Nic an Ultaigh Administrator's Award 2020
LEINSTER CLUB LEAGUE 2020
Kelly hails M.N.A. Programme to increase female coaches and mentors in Camogie
The Camogie Association is delighted to announce the inaugural Third Level Coaching Academy initiative due to commence in Spring 2020.
The National Development Forum will take place on Saturday January 25 in the National Sports Campus Conference Centre and Indoor Arena Pitch, Abbotstown, Dublin
Huawei, the world’s leading ICT company, has entered into a new three-year innovation partnership with the GAA to enhance the technology infrastructure at Croke Park.
Twenty two participants from across all Carlow Camogie Clubs participated in the Camogie Association Young Whistlers Referee Course during the year. Course tutor was Donal Ryan who also gave a run through on Go Games rules for Under 8s, 10s and 12s. Many thanks to IT Carlow for the use of their lecture halls for the course.
Schools receive their Jerseys ahead of School Season
Submissions are now invited for the Camogie Association Media Awards 2019 which will be presented in conjunction with the Camogie Association Volunteer Awards in February 2020.
GAA commitments influence education, career and other aspects of senior inter-county players’ lives
The GAA MacNamee Awards are held annually to honour excellence in the area of communications, public relations and journalism, specifically related to the activities of the Association. These Awards are named after the late Pádraig MacNamee, former President of the GAA, Chairman of the GAA Commission (1969-1971) and member of RTÉ authority.
Building a System for the 99%
GAA Fixtures Calendar Review Taskforce
Trial Playing Rules set for introduction in 2020 National League
Cotter’s Rebel future in doubt as she starts new life in New York