The Camogie Association has published a new Development Plan taking the sport through the next four years.
We sat down with CEO or Ard Stiurthóir Sinéad McNulty to talk through some of the key elements from why people get involved, through the need for greater numbers in coaching and officiating to cater for a player population of over 100,000, and all the way to the bold aim of gaining parity within the Gaelic Games ‘infrastructure’ by the end of this plan.
The plan is based on four pillars of People, Passion, Pride and Place, elements clearly driven by a widespread consultation across the sport.
They have mapped onto four action areas and a detailed series of action points that will lead to a sport that is in a good position to benefit from the momentum gained over recent years.
It’s a strong document which can be downloaded here.
To talk through the thinking behind it here is Sinéad McNulty in conversation with Rob Hartnett