Statement from the Camogie Association on 31st March 2021 We know you will be aware by now of the positive announcement by the Irish Government this evening that non-contact underage training in pods of 15 will be permitted from April 26th and that full contact Inter-County training at adult level can re-commence from April 19th.
With the vaccine rollout continuing across the country and with the spring evenings starting to lengthen attentions are now beginning to turn to when GAA club activities will be allowed to recommence. Westport GAA this week were one of the first off the mark as they announced the opening of their club membership for 2021.
The Camogie Association, the GAA & the Ladies Gaelic Football Association are delighted to announce details of a new and exciting Gaelic Games Player Pathway.
In January, Mayo Camogie want you to get moving for 2,021 seconds every day or as often as you can! It’s just 34 minutes and by doing so you will be getting active and supporting Mayo Camogie. Mayo Camogie supports the development of Camogie within Mayo. There are teams of dedicated officers, coaches, managers andContinue reading “Westport Camogie Club on the #Move4MayoCamogie”
Westport Camogie Club would like to give back to the local community this year and have chosen the Westport Family Resource Centre to be this year’s charity.
In early 2020, the Westport Camogie Club had a dream! Not only has that dream been realised, it has been surpassed many times.
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