Ladies Gaelic Football and the Camogie Association have moved quickly to head off potential anger over the scheduling of All Ireland Semi Finals on the same day in August. The situation has arisen over TV coverage which will be broadcast … Continue reading
Sport is by its nature transient and with every team needing to field players from one week to the next the retirement of one is inevitably filled quickly by the arrival of another into the team. Occasionally though a player … Continue reading
The Camogie Association has moved to appoint Louise Conlon as Interim Chief Executive following the departure from the role of Joan O’Flynn after this year’s Congress. Conlon joined the Association as Technical Development and Participation Manager from the Defence Forces … Continue reading
Screams of pure delight rang out over a wet, then dry, then cold, then sunny Croke Park yesterday as the first of 4,000 children to take part in this year’s Littlewoods Ireland Go Games Provincial Days took to the pitch. … Continue reading
The Allianz Hurling League Division One Final will be staged at Nowlan Park in Kilkenny next Sunday as part of a doubleheader with the equivalent Division one decider in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie National League. Similar doubleheaders between the Allianz … Continue reading
The games we play in school are the ones that stay in our memories for life. And what’s that they say about learning from the energy of youth? Today on a club pitch just north of Kilkenny the Camogie Schools … Continue reading
Littlewoods Ireland will become the latest brand to turn sports broadcaster this weekend when they live stream the Semi-Final of the 2018 Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League between Kilkenny and Galway this coming Sunday, March 11th. The game will take place … Continue reading
AIB will once again skip across the line dividing sponsorship from broadcasting next weekend when it live streams this year’s AIB All-Ireland Camogie Senior and Intermediate Club Championship Finals from Croke Park.
It can sometimes be difficult to explain but when you’ve been there when you’ve seen the effort and felt the belief that goes in from the players, it is always worth going again for as long as you can.