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  1. Camogie Competitions: All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship, All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2009, Ashbourne Cup
  2. Cork's camogie story, 1904-2000 by Mary Moran, 2000
  3. A resounding success: Thirty years of all-Ireland colleges camogie by Mary Moran, 1998
  4. Camogie champions: A complete handbook of camogie : a comprehensive records of results and teams by Mary Moran, 1998
  5. Keeping the Game Alive: One Hundred Years of Camogie in Britain by Helena Duignan, 2004-03-06
  6. The hurling/camogie coaches' handbook: Foundation level by Pat Daly, 1995
  7. Na Magha CLG: Derry, Northern Ireland, Gaelic Athletic Association, Camogie, Hurling
  8. Na Fianna GAA: Gaelic Athletic Association, Glasnevin, Camogie, Gaelic Football, Gaelic Handball, Ballymun Kickhams
  9. The leather's echo: A story of hurling, football, handball and camogie in Co. Wicklow from 1884 - to 1984 by Jim Brophy, 1984
  10. Gymfrocks to headbands: Thirty years of Munster Colleges camogie by Mary Moran, 1998
  11. All About Hurling by Irene Barber, 2003-09-02
  12. GAA: The Glory Years: Hurling and Football 1991-2005 by Ronnie Bellew, 2006-05-01
  13. Lest We Forget: Gems of Gaelic Games and Those Who Made Them by Brendan Fullam, 2010-02-18
  14. Nuala O'Malley by H. Bedford-Jones, 2010-02-23

21. Tara Camogie Club London
News, pictures, and description of the game.
http://www.taracamogieclub.freeservers.com/
Tara Camogie Club London
Tara Camogie Club London A Hurlers Prayer
Tara Camogie London
Welcome to Tara Camogie Club, London Tara Camogie Club London welcomes new players to join their Junior and Senior teams to compete in both League and Championship competitions. Club training commences from February onwards and new players and members are welcome all year round.
Please contact Sheila for more details:
Tel: 020 8561 3544
Mobile: 0777 1957 341
Website: http://www.camogie.co.uk
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22. Camogie - Limerick Camogie Official Website
camogie. Limerick camogie are dedicated to the development of camogie throughout county Limerick. Official site of Limerick camogie.
http://limerickcamogie.com/
Welcome to Limerick Camogie
There is a long sporting tradition throughout Limerick city and county, with camogie enjoying a strong representation. There are currently 25 clubs affiliated to the Limerick County Camogie Board with camogie being played from juvenile to senior level.
This website is designed to keep you informed of the latest news, fixtures and results from camogie clubs and county teams, and aid in the further development of the sport throughout the county. The development and continued success of the game throughout the county is dependent on the many volunteers who give freely of their time. We are indebted to them for their continued effort and support.
Latest News from Limerick Camogie
Golf Classic 2010 Check out our News page for the latest happenings in Limerick Camogie , Match reports , Upcoming Events , Team News and much much more . Feile Draw Photos , Senior Training Schedual July/August Offical County Camogie Hoody On Sale Contribution To Camogie Award First Aid Course New Camogie Magazine New Sponsor For Senior Team www.wesaveumoney.ie

23. Naomh Eoin CLG Belfast : Camogie
The Official Website of St Johns GAC Belfast. Based in Corrigan Partk Belfast. Keep in tocuh for the latest news, events and craic around the club.
http://www.naomheoinclg.com/content/?id=32&l1id=29

24. Croydon Camogie Club London
Includes news, match reports, fixtures, and photos for this club in London.
http://www.croydoncamogieclub.com
Home Photos News Fixtures ... CCC On Tour!
Camogie in London - Join Us
Our South London camogie club is always looking for new players.
Easily accessible from Wimblebon and Clapham, we have both senior and junior teams so players of all standards are welcome!
Email Us Now

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An Introduction to the Club
Croydon Camogie Club is the oldest surviving club in London and was formed in 1986. Our members range in age from 18 to 40. Most are Irish born, or 2nd/3rd generation Irish, but we do have a few players with absolutely no Irish connections - all are welcome! The playing season starts in March, and runs until November. Training takes place twice weekly at Poulter, Park, Mitcham, and games are all played at weekends. The nearest overground station or tram stop is Mitcham Junction (trains direct from Victoria). Lifts can also be arranged from East/West Croydon stations, Surbiton, or Tooting / Morden on the Northern Line. The social side of the club is equally as important as the competitive edge. After games, we make a point of going out together as a club, and the craic is always fairly good....take a look at some of the photos on the site for an indication of what we mean!!!

25. Hoganstand - Camogie GAA Football & Hurling
HoganStand Poll Where do you see camogie taking off next, outside of the traditional counties? Up in Ulster, their coaching is top class I can't see it blossoming outside the big
http://www.hoganstand.com/camogie/
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26. Saint Brenda's Camogie Club, Ballymacnab, Co. Armagh
What a group of beauties!! Last week it was skorts and jerseys, this week it's a beautiful dress. A number of the Nab's successful county minor championship team seen here donned
http://ballymacnabcamogie.com/
Monday November 01 2010
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LAST UPDATE: 17 October 2010 What a group of beauties!! Last week it was skorts and jerseys, this week it's a beautiful dress. A number of the Nab's successful county minor championship team seen here donned for the St Patrick's High School Keady formal. They play great on the field and they certainly look great off it!! Welcome to the official website of St. Brenda's Camogie Club, Ballymacnab, Co Armagh. If you have any comments or news, please let us know using the contact email
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27. Official Kildare Camogie Website
This is the Official Kildare camogie Website, providing details on fixtures, results, teams, photos and much more
http://www.kildarecamogie.com/
Leagan Gaeilge Menu Home Teams County Notes Club Fixtures ... Downloads Home Annual Shinty took place on 30th October , with Ireland winning out 6 9 to Scotlands 2 2. Susie O'Carroll took player of the match with 2 6 and Niamh Breen accepted the cup on Irelands behalf. Tom O'Mahony managed. A Great day for Kildare Camogie.
Congratulations to Regina Gorman, Kildare Senior Camogie Player of the year, and Soaring Star award winner for 2010. see notes.
Anthony Rainbow Farewell game is on 20th November, please support - see notes for details.
TY Referees course on 16th Nov - see notes section.
U18 Div 1 final , Naas v Celbridge on Fri 5th Nov under lights in celbridge or Naas if pitch available , Killian Looney referees.
U15 County Blitz 6th Nov - see details in Notes section
U18 Div 1 Semi Final - Celbridge Beat Cappagh
U18 Div 2 Final - Moorefield/Nurney beat JTB . U21 Finals Sunday 24th : Congratulations to JTB and Moorefield/Nurney who won Div 1 and 2 of the U21.
AGM will take place 1st December in Sarsfields. Nominations to be in by 10th November.

28. Sport In Ireland: Camogie
camogie is a women's team sport in Ireland, very much like the traditional sport of Hurling.
http://www.dochara.com/the-irish/sport-the-irish/camogie/
Camogie
Posted in: Sport in Ireland Hello and welcome to DoChara.com! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. Camogie is very similar to the Irish game of Hurling , but it is played only by women and girls and there are some minor variations in the rules. As with Hurling the game is played with a curved wooden stick, cut from a single piece of Ash, with a flat end and known as a hurl or hurley, or in Irish a camán [say:come-awn] , and a leather covered ball, or sliothar [say: shlit-her] about the size of a tennis ball. The Camogie sliothar is slightly lighter and smaller than the hurling one. Players in Camogie matches wear skirts or divided skirts, shorts are not allowed.
How Camogie is Played
If the ball goes between the uprights and over the cross post, a point is scored, if it goes under the post and into the net a goal, worth three points, is scored. Players are allowed to strike the ball in the air, even above head height, as well as on the ground. When the ball is on the ground it cannot be handled but it can be lifted from the ground using the hurley, to be either caught in the hand or struck. Once caught in the hand a player can carry the ball for no more than three paces, but is allowed to balance it on the blade of the hurley while running.

29. IT Sligo Hurling Club
Fixtures and results, pictures, history, reports, and honours.
http://staffweb.itsligo.ie/staff/bmccann/itsligohc.html
Institiuid Teicneolaiochta, Sligeach CLG Welcome to the IT Sligo Hurling Website. Home of the Datapac Ryan Cup 2005 Ryan Cup Results: Na Piarsaigh, Limerick: March 4th Semi-final IT Sligo 3-9 Tipperary Institute 0-8 At LIT: March 5th Ryan Cup Final IT Sligo 2-13 Carlow IT 0-5 Ryan Cup Player of the Tournament - Ger Farragher (Galway, IT Sligo) Ger also only Ryan Cup player to receive Datapac Hotshot (see Photos link). April 20: Freshers reach Division 2 final, defeating UUJ, QUB, UUJ (again), and UL along the way but lose to MICL in final Thanks to our Sponsors: Shenanigans, and Gaelic Gear. New! Photos and reports Sign Guestbook View Guestbook 2003/04 Season ... 2002/03 Season Ryan Cup 2002: See Sligo Champion and Sligo Weekender reports Ryan Cup 2002 Draw Results for 2000/01 - including historic 2nd League Division 2 win for Senior hurlers- updated 29/1/2002 Reports for 2000/01 includes League final report as IT Sligo defeat the might of UCC! Gallery - club pics updated 23/10/01 Links Fixtures and Results for 1999/00 Reports for 1999/2000 Camogie Results 1999/2000 Ryan Cup Panel 2000 Ryan Cup 2000 Awards for 1999/2000 ... Review of Season 1998/99 including historic first Ryan Cup win.

30. Kilcoole Camogie Club Kilcoole Co Wicklow - Welcome To Kilcoole Camogie Club
KILCOOLE camogie CLUB was set up in 1995 as part of the local G.A.A. Club and today we are an independent camogie CLUB. We are based in North Co. Wicklow and members are
http://kilcoolecamogie.com/
Home/About us Notice Board Weekly Newspaper Reports Administration ... Links
Welcome to Kilcoole Camogie Club
WHO ARE WE KILCOOLE CAMOGIE CLUB was set up in 1995 as part of the local G.A.A. Club and today we are an independent CAMOGIE CLUB. We are based in North Co. Wicklow and members are from Kilcoole and surrounding areas. This part of the country has seen massive growth in recent years and this is mirrored in Club activities. Development is ongoing and we welcome new members of all ages. In 1995 we fielded U12 and U14 teams in Wicklow. In 2009 we have 10 teams playing in Wicklow and Dublin. Tuesday is Camogie Evening all year round April-September you will find us in Kilcoole GAA's Grounds and September to March you will find us in Colaiste Chraobh Abhann. Our 'Grasshoppers' start playing at age 3-4 and after that its up to you!Contact: Tracy McCabe secretary@kilcoolecamogie.com or 087-7518680 You are visitor no Provided by search engine optimization firm.
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31. Welcome To The Sarsfields Camogie Club Website.
Based in Luton, Bedfordshire. Includes history, pictures, and fixtures.
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/yorkie.monster/

7pm Leagrave Park
This page was last updated on May, 2001 Any Comments / Suggestions email: webmaster@camogie.org.uk

32. Camogie - Armagh GAA
Official County Armagh GAA site. Representing Football, Ladies Football, Hurling and camogie. Providing coaching articles and a view on our history. See our strength and
http://armagh-gaa.com/Camogie.aspx

33. Home Page
Women s hurling club, based in Greenwich, South London. Includes news, club information, article on pitch and photos.
http://londoncamogie.freeservers.com/
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Charlton Celts Camogie Club
Vistors to our site Celtic Camogie In London
Welcome to Charlton Celts Camogie Club website. If you are intereseted in playing, watching supporting or helping the Celtic Camogs in London,read on and Get involved! For 10 years, The Charlton Celts Camogie Team are fine example of club camogie in London, taking part in League, Championship and Medal Tournament Campaigns, as well as contributing to local community charity events, hitting the headlines with Charity fundraisers, they have taken the GAA model and adapted it for Urban Life. Call Anna Cullen, The Charlton Celts Chair on 07778511615
email our club PRO pro@celtscamogie.co.uk

Watch this space for full confirmation of London Fixtures - posted 15th March 2004
  • Full London League Fixtures to be announced 2004 London Camogie Championship Fixtures to be announced 2004 Forthcoming festivals in Britain with camogie fixtures Southwark Irish Festival 2004 Greenwich / Lewisham Irish Festival 2004

Charlton Celtic Camogs get grooving at St Patricks Parade London Southbank Camogie in London
More information on the Camogie and Irish scene with scores, news and comments on clubs in London. Come back next week ... drop us a line regarding London Camogie and Get Involved in Camogie in the Capital

34. Antrim Camogie - Official Website : 1908 - 2007
The Official Website of the Antrim camogie Board. You will find the latest news, fixtures and information on Antrim camogie in general.
http://www.aontroimcamogie.com/
Welcome - Antrim Camogie Official Website
The Antrim Camogie Team has been nominated for the Aisling Sports Award 2010
A new page has been added to our site for voting, click the link below to vote
ROSSA ARE ANTRIM COUNTY CHAMPIONS
Senior Championship Final
Rossa 3-11 Creggan 0-7
Sunday 24th October, at Randalstown
Kerrie O'Neill, Rossa Captain, receives the Antrim Championship
trophy from county chairman Kevin Gormley
ANTRIM COUNTY PRESENTATION NIGHT
Friday 19 th November
The Elk, Toombridge The Antrim County Presentation Night will take place on Friday 19 th November in The Elk, Toomebridge. This will be a fantastic opportunity for everyone involved in Antrim Camogie to celebrate the achievements of our club and county teams over the past season. Click for link to news item Sponsors of the Antrim Senior Camogie Team Latest News FUNDRAISER - ANTRIM CAMOGIE AND BALLYCASTLE HOCKEY CLUB 01 November 2010 FUNDRAISING CHALLENGE MATCH TO RAISE FUNDS FOR ANTRIM CAMOGIE AND BALLYCASTLE HOCKEY CLUB ANTRIM MINOR CAMOGIE TEAM V BALLYCASTLE HOCKEY CLUB SUNDAY 28TH NOV 2010 AT 2PM more 01 November 2010 4th November 2010

35. Dunloy Cuchullains GA And CC
Hurling, football, and camogie. Includes news, photos, and history.
http://www.dunloycuchullains.co.uk/

36. Croydon Camogie Club London
camogie Club based in South London. New players always welcome.
http://croydoncamogieclub.com/
Home Photos News Fixtures ... CCC On Tour!
Camogie in London - Join Us
Our South London camogie club is always looking for new players.
Easily accessible from Wimblebon and Clapham, we have both senior and junior teams so players of all standards are welcome!
Email Us Now

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An Introduction to the Club
Croydon Camogie Club is the oldest surviving club in London and was formed in 1986. Our members range in age from 18 to 40. Most are Irish born, or 2nd/3rd generation Irish, but we do have a few players with absolutely no Irish connections - all are welcome! The playing season starts in March, and runs until November. Training takes place twice weekly at Poulter, Park, Mitcham, and games are all played at weekends. The nearest overground station or tram stop is Mitcham Junction (trains direct from Victoria). Lifts can also be arranged from East/West Croydon stations, Surbiton, or Tooting / Morden on the Northern Line. The social side of the club is equally as important as the competitive edge. After games, we make a point of going out together as a club, and the craic is always fairly good....take a look at some of the photos on the site for an indication of what we mean!!!

37. Coolderry Central School
Football, hurling, and camogie. Competitions and pictures.
http://homepages.iol.ie/~bunoff/
Welcome to the Offaly Cumann na mBunscol Homepage
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Contae Uibh Fhailighe
Spring/Summer Competitions 2000(updated)

Autumn Competitions 2000

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Finals 2000(Updated)
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38. Camogie Association - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The camogie Association (now Irish An Cumann Cam ga ochta, formerly Irish Cumann Cam ga ochta na nGael) organises and promotes the sport of camogie in Ireland and across
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camogie_Association
Camogie Association
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Cumann Camogaiochta Formation Type Sports federation Headquarters Dublin Ireland Membership 550 clubs, 85,000 members President Joan O’Flynn Website http://www.camogie.ie/ The Camogie Association (now Irish An Cumann Camógaíochta , formerly Irish Cumann Camógaíochta na nGael ) organises and promotes the sport of Camogie in Ireland and across the world. The Association has close ties with the Gaelic Athletic Association
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The Camogie Association was founded in 8 North Frederick St, Dublin on February 25th 1905, with Máire Ní Chinnéide as President
. In 1911 it was reconstituted as Cualacht Luithchleas na mBan Gaedheal ta meeting organised by Seaghán Ua Dúbhtaigh at 25 Rutland Square (now Parnell Square ) Dublin. It was revived in 1923 and the first congress held on the 25th April 1925 when over 100 delegates gathered in Conarchy's Hotel, Parnell Square, Dublin. It was reconstituted again in 1939 as Cumann Camogaiochta na nGael. For a period in the 1930s it organised women’s athletics events. A breakaway Cualacht Luithchleas na mBan Gaedheal continued in existence during 1939-51 as clubs in Cork, Dublin, Kildare, Meath and Wicklow disaffiliated in a series of disputes, largely over whether male officials should be allowed hold office and whether players of ladies hockey should be allowed play camogie. The last of these disputes was not resolved until 1951. The decision to change the playing rules form 12-a-side to 15-a-side teams and to use the larger GAA-style field led to an increase of affiliations after 1999 from 400 clubs to 540 a decade later.

39. Skgaa
Includes football, hurling, camogie and ladies football news, results and fixtures.
http://www.skgaa.ie/
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Halloween Football Camp
Underage Halloween Football Camp. Members of the senior football team will run a Gaelic Football Camp each morning from Tue, 26th to Fri 29th October at the Arus. Hours are from 9.30 to 1pm and cost is €30 per child and €50 for family of two. Children must be 6 yrs or older (max 12yrs). C...
U9s Trip to Dublin 2010
Oct 10th 2010, Under 9 Footballers went to Dublin to Play Brigids and tour Croke Park. Click here for some pictures of the trip

40. Craughwell Camógie Club
Craughwell Cam gie Club, Galway featuring news, results, fixtures, club history, photo gallery, roll of honour, committee, feile 2010 and resources.
http://craughwellcamogie.com/
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C raughwell extends a warm welcome to St. John's of
Good luck to both the Craughwell and St. John's girls.
Craughwell are in action on Saturday 19th June at
10am and 1pm against Danesfort and Sarsfields
respectively. Both games take place on Craughwell's
home pitch. Please support the girls in their
endeavours.
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