Roscommon Camogie

Roscommon Camogie Round-up September 13th

Roscommon Camogie
U14 Camogie

Our U14 Camogie team travelled to Dublin on Saturday last to participate in the National Under 14 Competition. The girls played in Division 3 against teams from Wexford, Kildare, Kilkenny and Derry. Unfortunately, the girls won one and drew one and lost two games, there were no second chances and only the top team won out. The girls stayed overnight in Dublin and travelled to Croke Park on Sunday to the All Ireland Final where they took part in a parade at half time in the Intermediate Final. A great weekend was had by all.
The time, dedication and energy our volunteers devote are of the utmost importance in keeping Roscommon Camogie alive. Without our volunteers this weekend would not be possible. We thank David, Marie and John who gave their time generously to the U14s and all our volunteers who have given so many hours training and preparing our county teams to represent Roscommon on the Camogie field.

Minor Championship

The first round of the minor championship was scheduled to take place on Friday evening last but only one game managed to escape the wintry weather. St Dominics hosted Atleague, it was a tight game with Athleague depending on the aid of the strong wind to help them pull away in the second half on a scoreline of 1-8 to 1-3. The next round of this championship will be Sunday October 2nd.

U16 Championship

Saturday evening see the return of the U16 Championship, there will be two games played St. Dominics will host Oran and Tulsk will host Athleague. Padraig Pearses and Roscommon Gaels has been postponed until October 1st.

U12 County Final

Our County Final was postponed for these girls and the refixed dates, times and venues have been confirmed.
This Thursday at 6.15pm Athleague will host St. Dominics.
On Sunday 18th September St Dominics will host Padraig Pearses and Four Roads; on the same date in Lisnamult Roscommon Gaels Hawks will play Oran at 1pm and Roscommon Gaels Eagles will play Tulsk at 11.30am.

Roscommon Camogie for Teens initiative

A new and exciting initiative specifically for teenagers being run by the Camogie Association. Roscommon are delighted to be one of the successful counties that were chosen to partake in the programme. Clubs are clustered together and chosen girls attend targeted programmes which include Coaching Course, Referee Course, Admin/PR Course, Lifestyle & Blitz day. We hope that the girls get huge enjoyment from this. The programme commences in the Hyde Centre on Tuesday September 20th.