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Who should be watched closely this year??

luvthegaa (Cavan) - Posts: 30 - 21/04/2008 00:37:40    9130


I think Lurgan have a really good chance this year. They have being nearly there for the past few years now and think that they'll do it this year!

cavanlass (Cavan) - Posts: 34 - 23/04/2008 11:54:07    10670


lurgan have a fierce hard 1st round and knockbride owe them one from gettin beat in the semi finals of the league,the winners of that game should win it out i would bet knockbride myself.

the celtics (None) - Posts: 13 - 07/06/2008 16:30:23    29540


'the celtics' you would have lost your money against knockbride because lurgan had a very convincing win against them yesterday evening! Well done Lurgan

myopinion (Cavan) - Posts: 2 - 22/07/2008 11:05:24    53635


i think innygaels are one to watch this year...iv been looking at them for the last 2 years and they are just waitn on a breakthrough. some strong players,new coach..hope they do well!

gaagal (Cavan) - Posts: 3 - 07/02/2009 14:57:04    200810


Cavan Ladies play Down on sunday, wat do yous think the out come will be.

Burrenman (Down) - Posts: 36 - 10/02/2009 15:49:57    203252


Meath are playing Down this weekend, 1st March. Should be an interesting encounter, Down overcame Meath in the Championship last year so Meath will be looking for revenge this time around. They play Cavan then on the 8th do they not?

royal4ever85 (Meath) - Posts: 7 - 27/02/2009 23:31:17    220806


Lurgan have a very strong team this year! Geals manager in their showing them new stuff! Ladies county minor were suppose to have given them a great game only the scores said different

Gealswow (Cavan) - Posts: 5 - 06/03/2009 00:37:46    225355


Camogie in Britain conference: Our Future in our hands 27th June 12 - 4 Camden Irish Centre Murray Street London

Joan O'Flynn has confirmed that her first visit to Britain as President of Camgie Association will be at pivotal gathering for Camogie In Britian - "Our future in our hands" on 27th June 2009 Camden Irish Centre Murray Street London 12 pm to 4 pm.

The conference is aimed at developing camogie in Britain with input wanted from current, past supporters of Camogie including players, coaches and fans.The aim is build on the current interest in Camogie in Britain and develop new and emergin clubs, university teams and schools. The focus will be on supporting clubs and people that are able to increase people playing Gaelic Games and Camogie. Workshops on funding applications, developing underage teams and supporting clubs.

Representation from Ladies Gaelic Football and British GAA and the men's game is warmly welcomed at "Our future in our hands" Recent research by London Camogie Development Committee supports men and women involved in Gaelic Games working closer together to achieve increased funding and provide more support for Gaelic Games and Camogie in Britain.

Linda Mellerick, Cork Camogie All Star, Chairperson of Cork Supporters Club and regular match commentator has also confirmed her attendance at the conference, to maximum the development opportunity for British Camogie.

People from Midlands, Lancashire, Bedfordshire. Gloucestershire, Scotland and Wales are encouraged to attend. Entrance to conference is free, and there will refreshments provided, so all interested people are encouraged to pre-register in advance by emailing their details to "[email protected]" or call Claire on 07852 333 010

Saturday 27th June 12 pm - 4 pm Our Future in our hands - Camogie in Britain

London Camogie Development Committee

HeddCelticCamog (UK) - Posts: 34 - 25/05/2009 20:58:23    293518