Eighty club sides, including a team from New York, will compete in the John West Féile na nGael National Camogie and Hurling Finals 2023 across seven venues in Connacht this Saturday, June 24.
What has grown to become one of the biggest underage sporting events in Europe will see close to 2,000 camogie players and hurlers descend on the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence at Bekan, County Mayo as well as County Galway GAA clubs in Ardrahan, Ballinasloe, Ballygar, Caltra, Craughwell and Gort. Roscommon clubs Pádraig Pearses and Oran will also host.
Meanwhile, a hundred teams, comprising over two thousand players, including a side from London, will take part in John West Féile na nGael regional finals taking place at 13 venues across Ireland for teams outside the top division on the same day.
The Féile Peile na nÓg (Gaelic football and ladies’ football) national finals take place at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence and venues across the province on Saturday, July 1 when regional finals will take place at 17 venues across Ireland.Tweet