Dublin Camogie player in a sky blue jersey, navy skort, yellow and black helmet and hurl in right hand catching a white ball

Liberty Insurance All Ireland Senior Championship:

The Dublin Senior Camogie squad are away to Meath for their 3rd round Liberty Insurance All Ireland Camogie Championship group 2 game on Saturday the 7th of July.

The Referee will be Liz Dempsey from Kilkenny with the venue and throw-in time to be confirmed.

Leinster Minor Semi Final:

The Dublin Minor B team will face Kildare at home next Sunday July the 8th at 2.30pm in O’Toole Park in Crumlin in the Leinster Minor B Camogie Semi Final.

Dublin Camogie Advanced Camp:

The Dublin Camogie advanced camp for Girls aged 12 to 16 years old will be held at two locations, Good Counsel GAA and St Finians Swords on July the 16th/17th and 18th from 10am to 2pm. The cost of the camp is only €50.

To register please e-mail dcdbsecretary@gmail.com with the Girls Name, Girls Club ,Girls Date of Birth, contact number.

VERY LIMITED AVAILABILITY LEFT.

Dublin U15:

The U15 team will play in the Leinster U15 Camogie blitz in Portlaoise on Saturday next the 7th of July.

They entered a team in the Wexford blitz on Saturday last at Buffers Alley GAA and were unlucky just to come away with a shield following a single point loss to Kilkenny and a two point loss to Clare having led both at half time.

Thanks to the U14’s who supported the girls with a couple of players as there were a lot of U15 girls away in the Gaelteacht.

The Dublin Camogie U14 Blitz:

Dublin U14’s will have teams playing on Saturday next July the 7th at Naomh Meranog in the U14 Blitz.

This is a huge day in that age group where 28 Panels (650 girls) will participate across 7 pitches for silverware, with 20 Referees taking charge.

Huge organization goes into running of this so well done to all, in particular to Dublin Secretary Brendan Cooper.

Dublin U16 Medal Presentations:

The Dublin U16’s had their Leinster medal presentations in St Judes GaA Club last night.Dublin Senior Camogie Manager David Herity gave a speech on the night.

Dublin U16 manager John Murphy who recently won the €1000 GOOD FOOD STORE voucher at the Annual Senior Camogie quiz at Faughs GAA and kindly used it to treat all at the event.