The Dublin Camogie Feile 2018 takes place this weekend with the group games taking place on Saturday across six venues.
The Feile 2018 finals take place on Sunday in two locations, the Division 1, 2 and 7 being held in St Anne’s GAA in Bohernabreena and the Division 3, 4, 5 and being hosted in Naomh Peregrines.
Division Host Club
Division 1 St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh
Division 2 Castleknock
Division 3 Naomh Mearnóg
Division 4 Commercials
Division 5 & 6 Ballyboden St Endas
Division 7 St Anne’s Bohernabreena
Finals on Sunday 29th Of April:
St Anne’s Bohernabreena:
Division 7 12pm
Division 2 1pm
Division 1 2pm
Division 6 1.30pm
Division 5 2.15pm
Division 4 3pm
Division 3 3.45pm
Admission to the finals is Adult – €5 , Seniors/Students € 3 and Juveniles are free.
Attached are the Feile 2018 Rules for the Dublin Camogie Feile. Please ensure all mentors understand the new substation rules in Section 5
First match is 10am or 10.30am depending on the venue and teams are to arrive one hour prior to throw in.
On arrival at the venue, the main mentor must report to the co-ordinator and you will receive your programs and any instructions for the day.
Please co-operate fully with the Feile official at the venue to ensure the events runs on time
Players to ready to play ten minutes prior to each scheduled match
Each team will be allocated programs for the amount of girls submitted to play.
Players must wear full camogie club uniforms, skorts must ONLY be worn, any girl wearing shorts will not be permitted to play.
Please note that the goalie jersey in Camogie does NOT differ in colour from the rest of the team, your Number 1 jersey MUST be the same team colour.
Only the 3 mentors, 1x first aid and 1x water carrier that were listed on the program sheet are permitted to coach on the side-line.
On arrival at the venue each team must submitted 2 x CC2 form to the co-ordinator.
This must list the girls as they were submitted on the registration sheet and for the program.
Any changes/additions must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and ALSO highlighted to the co-ordinator prior to the start of the tournament.
No money is required for the referees
If you have an official photographer – please advise details to email@example.com
The committee would like to wish everyone the best of luck for a fantastic weekend of camogie in the capital.
Please remember :-
· The Players are Children
· The Coaches are ALL volunteers
· The Referees are human
· This is not the All – Ireland Final
· Show respect to players and coaches
· First priority is having fun