More than one third of camogie players have suffered symptoms of burnout, according to a survey of club players carried out by the Camogie Association.
Since transferring clubs, I’ve become highly conscious of the little differences between urban and rural clubs, writes Eimear Ryan.
The announcement by Minister for Sport Patrick O’Donovan yesterday that sports bodies will have State funding cut unless at least 30% of their board members are female was broadly welcomed yesterday.
The Cork intermediate side have travelled a longer road than most to reach Croke Park this September.
Limerick dual players Rebecca Delee and Niamh Richardson are facing the prospect of having to choose one code over the other on Sunday, as a result of this latest LGFA/Camogie Association fixture clash.
The Camogie Association has altered competition protocol pertaining to the All-Ireland senior championship to avoid a repeat of the coin toss controversy which marred the 2015 edition.
It might be receding in the rear view mirror now, but Joan O’Flynn hasn’t yet forgotten the controversy which engulfed the sport.
Officials in Dublin and Clare last night expressed their willingness to take part in the championship play-off belatedly offered to them yesterday by the Camogie Association - one which finally brought the lengthy saga to an end.
Wexford are just five days out from a Liberty Insurance Senior Camogie quarter-final against an opponent still unknown, as the Dublin-Clare coin-toss controversy drags on.
The Cork Ladies Football Board has hit out at the LGFA as dual players potentially face another fixtures clash, despite negotiations between the LGFA and Camogie Association.
Briege Corkery has launched a scathing attack on both the ladies football and camogie associations over their treatment of dual players.
New ground has been made in Gaelic Games with the announcement of the Womens Gaelic Players Association (WGPA) today in Dublin.
We the Board of the Irish Penal Reform Trust, Ireland’s leading penal reform NGO, write to express our serious and collective concern in respect to s.55 Charities Act 2009.
Camogie chiefs will look at playing more and more games alongside hurling championship fixtures in the coming years to build the profile of the sport.
The Camogie Association is reporting a huge increase in the number of clubs, 10 years on from the organisation’s centenary.
Newly-appointed Ard Stiúrthóír of the Camogie Association, Joan O’Flynn, is relishing the opportunity to once more play a leading role in advancing the profile of the game.
Since 1959, the seemingly impossible task of deciding a North American senior football champion has challenged the overseers of the GAA across the US and Canada.
Well, goodbye and good riddance to that week and no mistake.
Camogie president Aileen Lawlor is predicting an increase in thecompetitiveness and quality of the championship, which gets underway on Saturday.
Aileen Lawlor became the 29th president of the Camogie Association in Cork on Saturday, succeeding Joan O’Flynn.
It’s Joan O’Flynn’s last weekend as president of the Camogie Association.
Camogie President Joan O’Flynn returns to her native Cork tomorrow to officially open the new county grounds in Blackrock.
Christy Cooney believes it will be up to ‘other people and history’ to adjudicate on his leadership of the GAA which ends when he hands over the reins to incoming President Liam O’Neill in Portlaoise next month.
Outgoing Camogie Association President Joan O’Flynn says there is “no question” that the standard of the sport has improved a lot since the game moved from 12 to 15-a-side over 10 years ago.
There were plenty of people in Carriganore yesterday saying every Ashbourne Cup should be held in the Waterford venue, and it was easy to see why.
The GAA National Hurling Development Plan was officially launched today by GAA President Christy Cooney at Croke Park.
WEXFORD and Galway shared six camogie All Stars apiece on Saturday night.
Children of drug addicts are suffering in desperation as shame and secrecy shroud the substance misuse in families, it was claimed today.
WHEN Michael Cusack and his band of pioneers founded the GAA in Hayes’s Hotel 127 years ago, they would never have believed how big that organisation would grow.
Yes, says Michael Moynihan
CORK ladies captain, Amy O’Shea insists she is not offended by the controversial Hunky Dory advertisements that feature scantily clad models playing Gaelic football.
Dublin native Aileen Lawlor has been voted in as president-elect of the Camogie Association.
THE Camogie Association’s annual congress comes to a conclusion at the Wellington Park Hotel in Belfast today, with a head-to-head battle to succeed Joan O’Flynn as president.
CAMOGIE President Joan O’Flynn is confident the decision to hold their All-Ireland club finals in Croke Park next March will be vindicated.
FOR THE most part the sun shone on what was an historic day for camogie at Croke Park yesterday, a memorable one for Wexford but another harrowing experience for Galway.
GALWAY camogie manager Noel Finn is hopeful his perfect record in All-Ireland finals will continue when his side face Wexford in tomorrow’s senior decider at Croke Park.
CAMOGIE president Joan O’Flynn is hopeful the game will benefit from their standalone All-Ireland finals at Croke Park.
A RESOLUTE Kildare recovered from a poor start to win the Gala All-Ireland Junior A final with a 3-10 to 2-8 victory over Armagh in Ashbourne on Saturday.
The Camogie Association aims to have over 60,000 people at the 2015 All-Ireland Camogie Finals and to increase its membership base by 40% over the next five years.
THE Camogie Association plans to expand its membership and club base by 40% over the next five years and to put systems in place in the four remaining counties that don’t have a board structure.
LADIES Football President Pat Quill is targeting attendances of 50,000 at their All-Ireland finals within the next decade.
HANDBALL might well become a more regular staple of training for football and hurling teams in the coming year, if reactions to last Saturday’s GAA Handball Showdown at Croke Park are anything to go by.
CORK’S Gemma O’Connor collected her sixth successive All Star as the All-Ireland champions, and defeated finalists Kilkenny, dominated the camogie awards ceremony at the Citywest Hotel on Saturday night.
THIS year’s Gala All-Ireland championship will be the highest profile in the history of the sport, according to Camogie Association president Joan O’Flynn.
BY his own admission, GAA President Christy Cooney favoured “fresh blood” in is choice of chairmen of 31 national committees, which he announced at a meeting of the Central Council in Cork following the completion of Congress.
ONE of retiring Camogie Association president Liz Howard’s more recent memories is of attending a social inclusion day organised by them in Dublin, which was attended by children from 27 countries.
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