Dublin Camogie Notes – Golf Classic, Senior All Ireland, Summer Camps


Dublin Start Their Senior All Ireland Campaign This Coming Weekend

Dublin Camogie player races away with the ball on her hurl from a Meath player in the Senior All Ireland Championship both sides meet again this weekend.

Dublin Camogie Golf Classic

Many thanks to all clubs, mentors and parents who have already supported the Dublin Camogie Golf Classic which will be held at Powerscourt Golf Club this Thursday June the 13th.

A team of 4 cost €320 which includes a meal in the 19th Restaurant. To support please contact Karl: 085-1402615, James: 085-1237970 or Pat: 086-3377755

This is a really important fundraiser for Dublin camogie and we would appreciate your support.

Liberty Insurance Senior All Ireland Championship

The first of the Liberty Insurance Senior All Ireland Championship matches of 2019 is only a few days away. Dublin will play Meath in Parnells GAA Club this coming Saturday June the 15th with the game throwing in at 5pm.

In light of the 20X20 campaign and one of its aims to increase attendances at games by 2020 it would be really appreciated if mentors brought their team to see the match and support the Dubs.

Children go free. There will be Mini Games held at half time and the Dublin Mascot for this game will be Ava Reilly from Erin go Bragh GAA club.

Summer Camps

Dublin Camogie are running Summer Camps again this year. The dates are being finalized and will be posted on the website and social media this week.

Féile Na nGael

Well done and Congratulations to Naomh Maur GAA who hosted and were joint winners of the Division 2 Regional Feile na nGael.

The girls played Cushendall in the final and were level on two occasions, full time and again after extra time. The outcome was that both teams will share the cup for the year as joint winners.

Well done to Naomh Jude and Lucan Sarsfields who also competed in National and Regional Feile. While they didn’t collect silverware, Dublin Camogie are very proud of you, and appreciate the time and effort put in by mentors and parents to get you as far as you got. Take a bow