Dublin Camogie Weekly Notes: Sports Ireland, Injury Prevention Workshop


Sports Ireland The New Home Of Dublin Camogie

Dublin Camogie player with number 13 on her back, Dublin Camogie announced today that the Sports Ireland facilities in Abbotstown will be their new home.

2019 We Are Dublin GAA/Dublin Camogie Club Championships:

The We Are Dublin GAA/Dublin Camogie club championships continue at pace, fixtures and results are all available at on the county board website www.dublincamogie.ie The Camogie Club Championship hashtag is #clubsbuilddubs

Sport Ireland Campus, Abbotstown, The New Home Of Dublin Camogie:

Dublin Camogie are delighted to announce that we have agreed terms with Sports Ireland to use their magnificent new facilities on their campus in Abbotstown.

These facilities will include an indoor training facility and outdoor GAA pitch.

From November 2019 we will have access to these facilities every Wednesday/Friday & Sunday and all our Development/County squads will be based in this facility between November 2019 and March 2020 (Pre season training).

In addition Dublin Camogie have also agreed terms with Sports Ireland to avail of their facilities to prepare Development / County squads in preparation for National Championships/ Blitz’s etc., from May 2020.

For the foreseeable future the Sport Ireland Campus will be the official “Home” for Dublin Camogie.

Injury Prevention Workshop:

The final Dublin date for the Camogie injury prevention workshop is this coming Wednesday the 25th.

This will be held at the GAA centre in Abbottstown from 7 to 9pm and is completely free to attend.

In the workshop we will go through how to perform the camogie injury prevention programme, focusing on the techniques of each exercise as well as how to implement and adapt the programme to different age groups.

It will be mostly practical in nature where we will learn by doing as we go through each element of the programme as you would in a training session. This workshop is suitable for coaches of all levels and age-groups.

For further details or to book a place on the course you can contact me at peter.lacey2@mail.dcu.ie and further information on the project can be found at learning.gaa.ie/camogieinjuryprevention