camogie


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camogie

(kaˈmoːɡiː)
n
Irish a form of hurling played by women
[from Irish Gaelic camógaíocht, from camóg crooked stick]
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WEXFORD hurling manager, Davy Fitzgerald has given a central role to legendary Model County camogie goalkeeper, Mags D'Arcy in his coaching staff.
Tourism Ireland arranged a fun camogie lesson and demo for the Canadian team with the under 11 girls at Clanna Gael Fontenoy GAA Club, in Ringsend.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a referee who died after collapsing while officiating at a camogie match yesterday.
Over 100 matches of men's and women's Gaelic football, men's hurling and the ladies' equivalent of camogie will be played across veteran, junior and senior divisions, over five pitches from 9am to 7pm.
The team put great effort into encouraging participation in Irish football, hurling and camogie.
The Camogie Association has now set up a committee to help modernise the sport's image.
CAMOGIE is one of Ireland's top sports but its profile is so low in Scotland that finding a club needs the detection skills of Sherlock Holmes.
THE GAA, Camogie Association and the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) announced yesterday draft memorandums of understanding between the organisations.
Sports Minister CarEaAil NEaA[degrees] ChuilEaA[degrees]n today attended a celebration of camogie in Co.
CATS DESPERATE TO SCRATCH ITCH Galway v Kilkenny Today, kick-off 4pm, Live on TG4 By PAUL KEANE GRAHAM DILLON can't understand why it's nearly 20 years since Kilkenny last won an All-Ireland Camogie title.
With membership increasing all the time, training is also being arranged for those interested in hurling and camogie.