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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Intermediate: Waterford 2-9 Kildare 1-5 WATERFORD completed a memorable double by adding the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland intermediate camogie title to the Division 2 league crown they won earlier in the year.
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.
To celebrate the London 2012 Olympics, the parade will be led by members of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), including players of camogie, hurling, boxing, cycling, golf and rugby.
He added: "The Camogie Association will be staging a fundraiser on the night and, as it's the eve of the All-Ireland hurling final between Kilkenny and Tipperary, it should prove to be an interesting race.
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.
Senior final: Cork 1-13 Galway 0-9 CORK made it two Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie titles in a row yesterday despite losing a staggering 13 players from the 2014 panel.
The team put great effort into encouraging participation in Irish football, hurling and camogie.
With membership increasing all the time, training is also being arranged for those interested in hurling and camogie.
Quaid, who played on the Limerick team beaten by Offaly in the 1994 All-Ireland final, recently stepped down as Limerick camogie boss having guided them to the All-Ireland intermediate crown last year.