DUBLIN CAMOGIE WEEKLY NOTES.
An EGM of the Dublin Camogie County Board will take place tonight Monday 12 January in Parnell Park at 7pm. The following have been proposed fill the vacant positions: Leas-Cathaoirleach Martina McGilloway, (Lucan Sarsfields) proposed by St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh, Lucan Sarsfields, Runaí Brendan Cooper (Na Fianna) proposed by St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh, Na Fianna, Leas Cisteoir Sandra Tarr (Na Fianna) proposed by St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh Na Fianna Cathaoirleach of the Minor Board Jenny Byrne (Round Towers) proposed by St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh, Nh Fionnbarra. No nominations as yet for the important position of Development Officer,
The Dublin Camogie Annual Awards Night will take place in Westmanstown Sports and Conference Centre on Saturday 31st January 2015. All 10 person tables are now booked up. Only tables of 8 people remaining. Tickets are priced at €20 each and includes a 3 course Sit down meal, music, raffle, awards and plenty of craic. Any victorious adult clubs and teams from 2014 are encouraged to take a table for this enjoyable celebration evening. Awards to the club will include Club of the year, Championship, league etc. Alternatively tickets can be requested through the Rúnaí at Secretary.firstname.lastname@example.org
The last trial game for the Premier Junior team took place on Wednesday evening, 7 January, at Thomas Davis All Weather pitch at Kiltipper in wet cold and windy conditions. The selected Premier Junior panel is posted on the website and on Facebook. We wish all our county teams, Senior, Premier Junior. Minor and under 16 all the best.
U13 Development Squad 2015 (Players born 2002) nominations for this squad will be circulated to club secretaries and posted on the Dublin camogie website and Facebook in the coming days. The first phase of activity will be from mid-January to mid-February. Dates and venues will be notified in due course.
Under 15 School of Excellence – clubs are invited to send up to 2 girls born in the year 2000 who were not on the 2014 Dublin U14 squad, to attend a series of School of Excellence Coaching session and assessments with the 2015 Dublin U15 Camogie Development Management team. , times and venues for further sessions are yet to be confirmed. Please send all nominated players names and contact phone numbers for parent/guardian to Joe Leonard at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan 6th. Be assured that the Management team for Dublin U15 Development Squad 2015 will continue to look for talented players throughout next year.
Dates for your 2015 Diary!! Monday 12 January 2015: EGM to elect remaining officers to the Executive Committee of the County Board; Monday 26 January 2015 Registration Night; Monday 9 February 2015 County Board Meeting; Saturday 10 January: GAA Coaching Conference; Monday 19 January: Games Based Training Workshop; Saturday 28 February: Leinster Club Forum; Level 2 Coaching Course dates TBC.
Volunteer of the Year – nomination forms must be returned to County Board on or before 26 January. Completed forms may be handed in at Registration meeting on evening 26th January in Parnell Park.
On Wednesday night 14 January, Dublin City fm radio 103.2 will broadcast the programme “A tribute to Kay Mills”, Dublin and Camogie’s legendary player.
A quick look forward to the upcoming Intercounty games:
Daily Star National League. Div. 1 Group 1: Dublin, Cork, Clare, Derry and Kilkenny.
Group 2: Offaly, Tipperary, Limerick, Galway and Wexford.
Dublin’s first game is on Sunday 22 February at home to Derry.
Daily Star National League Div. 3: One group: Dublin, Roscommon, Carlow, Armagh and Limerick.
Dublin’s first game is Sunday 22 February at home to Roscommon.
All Ireland Minor A Championship: Group 1: Waterford, Limerick, Offaly, Galway and Dublin.
Group 2: Kilkenny, Wexford, Tipperary, Cork, Clare.
Dublin’s first game is away to Limerick Sunday 22 February.
Under 16A Group 1. Cork, Galway, Clare.
Group 2 Wexford, Dublin, Offaly. Under
16B Group 1 Cork, Antrim, Waterford, Dublin.
Group 2 Down, Derry, Limerick, Laois and Meath.