Camogie Club’s Hurl & Me Programme got off to a Great Start
The Hurl & Me Programme got off to a great start last Wednesday evening on the Juvenile pitch in Durrow. The programme is being run at the same time as the club’s U10s and U8s training. Top Cork player, Maria Walsh, winner of two All-Ireland medals is the tutor and she coached the parents in basic camogie skills, while Laura Saunders coached the girls. She will be assisted in future sessions by Joanne Prior and Padraig Henderson who were unavailable on Wednesday.
Following their coaching session with Maria Walsh, the parents assisted with coaching the girls. Training for all U10s and U8s will continue every Wednesday evening at 6.30pm on the Juvenile pitch in Durrow. It was decided to run the U6 training at this time also. Any girl interested in playing at these three levels are welcome to attend, just bring a hurl and helmet. For further information please contact Mary Donohue on (087) 2866147 or Vera Dunphy.
The U14 Camogie championship got underway last week. Harps/St. Fintans were unlucky and lost out to a very strong Portlaoise team. The next championship match will be held in Durrow on Sunday 26th April against St. Brigid’s.
U8/U10 camogie training has recommenced for girls born in 2005/6/7/8. Training is taking place at 6.30pm in juvenile pitch in Durrow. Membership (including insurance) is €20 for the year.
Thank You: A sincere thanks to all who supported our table quiz on Good Friday in Cullohill and also thanks to all who donated bags to the Lenrec clothing collection. All support is appreciated.