Camogie Association

  • The GAA, Camogie Association and Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) are pleased to announce that draft memorandums of understanding have been agreed between the GAA and the Camogie Association, and between the GAA and the LGFA.

    The proposed memorandums seek to establish stronger links between the three organisations and are the result of over six months of separate discussion by the GAA with both organisations.

    The memorandums will become effective only when they have been approved by the Central Council of each organisation. In the case of the Camogie Association, a proposal to approve the memorandum will be discussed at its meeting on Wednesday March 14th, by the GAA on Saturday March 24th and by the LGFA on March 26th.

    The memorandums reflect the shared vision of the three organisations for a new overall organisational model within which the games, ideals and aspiration of all three Associations are equally developed and promoted. They recognise areas of common interest and give the Camogie Association and the LGFA representation on GAA committees, and vice versa. The memorandums have been drafted to a similar template but differ in that they reflect the different stages that the organisations have reached in discussions on developing a new relationship.

    While the proposals in these memorandums aim to strengthen the links within the family of Gaelic Games at national level only, they also commit the three organisations to explore a framework for further integration at provincial, county and club level.

    Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Aogán Ó Fearghail said: “I am delighted to confirm that draft Memorandums of Understanding have been agreed with both Cumann Camógaíochta and Cumann Peile na mBan and the closer worker relationship that these arrangements will give rise to is to be warmly welcomed.

  • All-Ireland champions Galway lead the way with 14 nominations for the 2019 Camogie All-Stars.

    The final team will be announced at the 16th annual awards banquet, sponsored by Liberty Insurance, in Citywest Hotel on Saturday 19 October.

    This year's winning team will also have the added incentive of the second All-Stars Tour to New York in November to look forward to, where they will be joined by the 2018 winners.

    Galway manager Cathal Murray is nominated for manager of the year after guiding the tribeswomen to glory.

    Galway All-Star nominees

    Goalkeepers: Sarah Healy (Galway)

    Full-back line: Sarah Dervan (Galway), Shauna Healy (Galway), Tara Kenny (Galway),

    Half-back line: Heather Cooney (Galway), Emma Helebert (Galway), Lorraine Ryan (Galway)

    Midfield: Aoife Donohue (Galway) Niamh Kilkenny (Galway),

    Half-forward line: Carrie Dolan (Galway),

    Full-forward line:), Noreen Coen (Galway), Catriona Cormican (Galway), Niamh Hanniffy (Galway), Ailish O'Reilly (Galway),

    Manager of the Year: Cathal Murray (Galway)

  • All-Ireland Under 16A Championship Semi-Finals:

    Cork (2-10) Wexford (2-05)

    Galway (7-09) Kilkenny (2-07)


    All-Ireland Under 16B Championship Semi-Finals:

    ‪ ‪Carlow (1-05) Waterford (3-17)

    Laois (1-09) Limerick (2-07)


    All-Ireland Under 16C Championship Semi-Finals:

    Cavan (2-04) Roscommon (2-06)

    Kerry (3-08) Mayo (2-09)

  • Na Brídeoga are AIB All-Ireland Junior B Camogie Champions for the first time.

    They overcame Denn of Cavan by 3-7 to 1-9 in this afternoon's final.

  • The Camogie Association has extended its current suspension until the 19th of April at the earliest.

    They've also made the decision to postpone Congress, which had been due to take place in Clonmel next weekend so the event will be rescheduled for later this year.

    There are still a couple of rounds of games to be completed in the National Camogie Leagues and it's unclear if they'll be finished before the Championship gets underway later in the year.