Littlewoods Ireland Senior 1 National League:
The Dublin Senior Camogie Squad travelled to WIT on Sunday the 18th of February and suffered a defeat by Waterford in Round 4 of Division 1 of the Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie Leagues on a scoreline of 1-14 to 1-07.
The next outing is at home to Clare next Saturday 24/02/18, Venue TBC but most likely Parnells GAA.
The National Anthem will be sung by a young Camogie player on the day.
Littlewoods Ireland Senior 2 National League:
The Dublin Division 2 team got off to a great start in their Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie Leagues campaign with a win over Tipperary at the Ragg on Sunday on a scoreline of 1-08 to 0-10.
The Dublin Premier Juniors are away to Kildare on Sunday next 25/02/18 , time and venue TBC check www.dublincamogie.ie for updates.
The Dublin Minors were beaten by Cork at Parnells GAA, 0-04 to 1-12 in the 1st round of the Championship on Sunday 18/02/18
They are away to Wexford Saturday next the 24/02/18, time and venue TBC – check www.dublincamogie.ie for updates.
The Dublin U16B Team will play Meath in the opening round of the Leinster Championship on Sunday 25/02/18 time and venue TBC – check www.dublincamogie.ie for
Information For Coaches:
Ard Chomhairle at its November 2017 meeting decided that all coaches involved with underage teams/players must have a basic coaching qualification course (Foundation level).
An underage player or team refers to those who are aged under 18.
The Foundation level coaching qualification refers to either a Camogie Association Foundation Accreditation or a GAA Hurling Foundation Accreditation only.
If your club would like to host a Foundation level, or indeed a level 1 course, please let Brendan Cooper ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) know and we will link up with Niall Williams at the Camogie Association.
Go Games Mentors meeting on Monday 26/2/18 & Monday 5/3/18 Details to follow. Juv fixtures (13-16) to start on 24/25th. Feb. Go Games to commence on 10/11th. March.
Camogie Legends Tournament 2018:
The Legends Annual Competition will take place on Saturday March 3rd in Na Fianna Dublin.
There will be a Cup and Shield Competition. Players must be 35 or older to participate and there are 12 players per county panel.
Dublin won the Legends last year in a very competitive competition. If you would like to nominate a player to take part in this competition please contact Brendan Cooper, email@example.com
Dublin County Board are running a Referees Course on Thursday 1st March in Good Counsel GAA at 7pm. This course is for 15 year olds and older.