County Board meeting this Monday, 12th of September in Parnell Park at the usual times 7pm for the Minor Board and 7.45pm for County Board.

Dublin Senior Manager:

Interviews for the position of manager of the Dublin Senior Camogie team took place last week. This appointment will be ratified and made public during the coming days.

Dublin Club Championships:

The semi-finals of Senior 1, 2 and 3 are scheduled for Sunday the 25th of September. Replays for drawn games will take on Sunday the 2nd of October with the finals taking place on Sunday the 9th of October. Senior 4 and 5 finals take place on Sunday the 16th of October with the Senior 6, 7A and 7B finals taking place on Sunday the 30th of October.

Juvenile semi-finals are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday the 8th and 9th of October with extra time in the event of a draw. Juvenile finals are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday the 22nd and 23rd of October. Check www.dublincamogie.ie for further details.

Under 12 School Of Excellence:

The U-12 School of Excellence continues this week in the Phoenix Park on Friday the 16th of September. Due to light considerations all teams 1-4 and 5-8 will take part in one session. Players will be informed and details can be found on our website.

Liberty Insurance All Ireland Finals in Croke Park:

Congratulations to all in Croke Park on the excellent running of this year’s finals. Congratulations to our fellow Leinster counties on their successes on Sunday with Carlow capturing the Premier Junior title and Kilkenny taking the Intermediate and Senior honours.

Under 14 National Blitz:

Well done to all at headquarters and everyone involved with the excellently organised under 14 National Blitz held at Dublin clubs on Saturday. Thanks to the clubs who hosted these games. What a wonderful and inspiring sight to see these 1,400 under 14 camogie players parade at Croke Park on All Ireland day. Well done again to all.

Crumlin Girls In Croke Park On All Ireland Day:

Well done to the under 12 girls from Crumlin. Crumlin who played St Ailbe’s Limerick during half time of the Junior Camogie final. 6 teams out of 265 teams which registered their interest in playing took part at half time of the Premier Junior game.

Castleknock Hit The Jackpot In Croke Park On All Ireland Day:

Congratulations to the girls from Castleknock Camogie club whose performance ensured their club was €5000 the richer from the All-Ireland camogie finals in Croke Park when they won the Liberty Insurance Squad Goals challenge in an exciting final with St Lachtain’s of Kilkenny.

The 43rd Kilmacud Crokes All Ireland Camogie Sevens:

Well done to all at Kilmacud on the successful running of the Camogie Sevens on Saturday 10th September. Well done to winners – Cup winners Oulart the Ballagh (Wexford), Shield winners Gaultier (Waterford) and Plate winners Brídíní Oga (Antrim).

St Judes Under 13 Invitational Competition:

Well done to all at Naomh Jude on the successful running of their annual under 13 invitational tournament and to all the teams who participated in this event.