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  1. Dubliners by James Joyce, 2000-03-01
  2. Camogie Players: Mary O'connor, Aoife Murray, Síle Burns, Amanda O'regan, Gemma O'connor, Aoife Neary, Briege Corkery, Cathriona Foley
  3. Camogie: Ashbourne Cup, All Ireland Colleges Camogie Championship, Kildare Senior Camogie Championship, National Camogie League
  4. 1969 in Gaelic Games: Anthony Daly, Liam Sheedy, Joe Brolly, All Ireland Colleges Camogie Championship
  5. Hurling: Liste Des Meilleurs Joueurs de Hurling, Croke Park, Association Athlétique Gaélique, Camogie, Championnat D'irlande de Hurling (French Edition)
  6. Dublin Camogie Players: Kathleen Mills, Úna O'Connor, Alison Maguire, Catriona Power, Anne Griffin, Amy Murphy, Jean Murphy, Eileen Duffy
  7. Sport Gaélique: Football Gaélique, Hurling, Compétitions de Sports Gaéliques, Camogie, Tailteann Games, Handball Gaélique, Beach Gaelic (French Edition)
  8. Sport in Scotland by Sport: Australian Rules Football in Scotland, Badminton in Scotland, Camogie in Scotland, Cricket in Scotland
  9. Gaelic Athletic Association Competitions: All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship
  10. Irish Words and Phrases: Samhain, Aos Sí, Beltane, Éire, Banshee, Leprechaun, Camogie, Gaeltacht, Uilleann Pipes
  11. Cork Camogie Players: Mary O'connor, Aoife Murray, Síle Burns, Amanda O'regan, Gemma O'connor, Briege Corkery, Cathriona Foley, Orla Cotter
  12. Offaly Camogie Players: Michaela Morkan, Fiona Stephens, Elaine Darmody, Karen Brady, Audrey Kennedy, Arlene Watkins
  13. Irish Sportswomen: Camogie Players, Irish Female Field Hockey Players, Irish Women Cricketers
  14. Kilkenny Camogie Players: Angela Downey, Liz Neary, Aoife Neary, Catherine Doherty, Katie Power, Ann Dalton, Jacqui Frisby, Keeva Fennelly

61. DouglasGAA
Douglas camogie Club is all geared up for action for 2009 Our Club AGM was held on 18th December and the following officers were elected Chairperson Joe Long

62. Camogie
Winners of 9 SFC titles 1930, 1944, 1945, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1957, 1980, 2000, AI Foobtball 7s 2009; 3 Senior Ladies FC - 2006, 2007, 2008; 2 Sen camogie titles 2007, 2009, AI
Cumann Lthchleas Gael - Gaelic Athletic Association Weekly Activities Football Camogie Hurling ... Clonduff People Winners of 9 SFC titles - 1930, 1944, 1945, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1957, 1980, 2000, AI Foobtball 7s 2009; 3 Senior Ladies FC - 2006, 2007, 2008; 2 Sen Camogie titles 2007, 2009, AI Camogie 7s Shield 2009 2007 Senior Champions! C londuff Camogs are known the length and breadth of Ireland for their activities both on and off the pitch. It all began back in 1951 when the club was initially formed but unfortunately it only existed for a short period of time. The club reformed again in 1967 and has been going from strength to strength ever since.
The club made good progress in the early years when they contested five consecutive Junior Championship finals. At this time several players were on the county teams and in 1974 when Down won the first ever All Ireland Minor title, the club was proud to have club player, Susie Lively as captain and the first person to receive the the Tailteann Cup. Susie was also a member of the Down Team that won the All Ireland Junior Championship in 1976. Kathleen Crilly and Eileen Hamill joined Susie, on that occasion on the team.
The juvenile policy also resulted in the Club winning the County Feile na nGael titles in 1995 and 1997. The National Feile Finals were held in Limerick in 1995 and Waterford in 1997. Winning the Feile Competition in Down and earning the right to represent their county in the National Finals was indeed an honour for the Club and all the players.

63. Clare Camogie
Home Welcome to the Official Clare camogie Website. History of Clare camogie. Clare camogie Celebrates Club Stars 2009 2010 Feile na nGael takes place in Clare.

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History of Clare Camogie
Clare Camogie CelebratesClub Stars 2009
2010 Feile na nGael takes place in Clare. Watch this space for updates!!
County Board Meetings take place on first Monday of every Month, Auburn Lodge Hotel, Ennis. 8:30
On line since 24/03/09
NEWS Click here for Clare Camogie local news

64. Tara Camogie London
Play camogie in London. Welcomes new players. camogie Club welcomes new players of all standards.
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    • About Camogie Skills ... Welcome Senior Championship Winners 2010
      Welcome to Tara Camogie Club, London.
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      Upcoming Fixtures
      All Ireland Club Camogie
      Junior Championship - Sat 16 October.
      Tara (London) v Four Road (Roscommon).
      London GAA Headquarters - Ruislip at 2pm London Senior League Final 2010
      Tara v Croydon ~ Sat 6 November
      Tara Camogie News Training for both Junior and Senior teams underway. New players welcome..
      • October News All Ireland Club Camogie Junior Championship - Sat 16 October. Tara (London) v Four Road (Roscommon) To be played at London GAA Headquarters - Ruislip Throw in 2pm September News Junior Championship Final - Sat 25 Sept . Unfortunately we were beaten by a better team on the day in John Mitchells of Birmingham. Tara 7s Touranment 2011 date confirmed as Saturday 30 April 2011. Start saving now. Interested clubs should drop us a line for more details NEW Juniors beat Erin go Bragh in League game at Tir Chonaill Park.

65. Camogie
camogie () is an Irish stickand-ball team sport played by 100,000 women in Ireland and world wide, largely among Irish communities. Matches are contested by two teams of 15 a

66. Camogie | Facebook
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67. Camogie
camogie (cam ga ocht) is an Irish stickand-ball team sport played by women; it is almost identical to the game of hurling played by men. camogie is played by 100,000 women

68. Camogie
Keep in touch with the latest camogie news in the weekly notes section. 2009. Monaghan camogie Senior League Final Gaeil Triucha 26 Inniskeen 2-5; Congratualtions to
Keep in touch with the latest Camogie news in the weekly notes section. Monaghan Camogie Senior League Final: Gaeil Triucha 2-6 Inniskeen 2-5; Congratualtions to the camogie team who won their first trophy since 1999 with a 1 point victory over Inniskeen in the senior league final on Sunday, 4TH October 2009. Played in Clontibret, it was Inniskeen that started the game stronger, however a late first half goal by Truagh left the gaels 1-1 to 0-3 in front at half time. The Truagh girls put a strong rally together in the second half and lead by 5 points going into injury time. Although Inniskeen scored a goal and a point in the 5 minutes of injury time played, it was Truagh that held out to record a fine victory, 2-6 to 2-5. The jubilant League Champions The team and subs were: Meabh McCarron; Imelda McQuillan, Sharon McQuillan, Nicola McKenna; Eilish McCarron, Lorraine McKenna, Karen Treanor; Mary Meehan, Yvonne Connell;

69. Camogie
Home Fixtures Results Club Lotto Results Club Notes Photo Gallery Contact Us camogie Juvenile Club Map Links Roll of Honour
Patrickswell GAA Home Club Lotto Results Club Notes Photo Gallery ... Contact Us [ Camogie ] Juvenile Club Map Links Roll of Honour ... Contact Us [ Camogie ] Juvenile Club Map Links Roll of Honour ... Search Camogie Under 12 Junior Club Officers Team Managers ... Tribute to 2006 Champions Chairperson's Address Patrickswell Camogie club has been well represented in the Camogie circles around limerick now for over 50 years. Our first success on the playing field was in 1956 where we brought home our First County Title. This team disbanded some years later but many local girls continued to play with other clubs and also played with limerick on many occasions.
It was from this strong Camogie background that the present club was set up on March 16th 1983. First officers of the club were as follows, Chairperson, Phil Mann, Secretary Rose Kelleher and Treasurer Birdie Enright. Chairman of the Senior Club, Timmy O Neill invited the Camogie Club to the next Senior club meeting on 6th April, where it was ratified that the we would become a club within the Senior Club and we were promised financial support, help with training and the running of the club. This was a huge step for the Camogie Club, many of our sister clubs are in awe of how we are supported and respected within our Senior Club.
Over the next 26 years are club has gone from strength to strength reaching many county finals at all ages groups and being successful on many occasions. We currently field teams from U10 level right up to Intermediate, and down through the years we have had many players representing us on various county teams, most notably Christine Carroll who won 2 all Ireland minor medals.

70. Tramore GAA Club
Tramore GAA's Website. Tramore is a seaside town on the southeast coast of Ireland. Located 7 miles from Waterford City, the town has a strong GAA club with over 100 years of
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Officers and Committee
Camogie was played in Tramore for a brief period about 1946 and was revived in 1952 but had a rather short existence. No efforts were made to revive the sport in the 1960's or 1970's. Then in November of 1982 Patsy Flanagan called a meeting of interested parties who opted to form a Camogie Club in the town.
The following committee was elected to run the new Club: Chairperson: Geraldine Sullivan, Secretary: Gaye Gavin, Treasurer: Theresa Murray. Committee members: Bernie Cowman, Bernie Carbery, Joan Burns, Eilish Walsh, Caroline McCormack, and Olive Flanagan.
Tramore entered a team in the Junior Championship and so training commenced in the month of March 1983 under a hard task master in Tommy Fleming. President : Fr. Pat Cooney

71., An Riocht U14 Camogie 2007
All the latest news relating to An Riocht Gaelic Football Club, Kilkeel County Down, Ireland

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