Training & Coaches
Training: – Saturdays GAA pitch 12.30-1.30pm for U6, 8, 10, 12, 14s.
Tuesdays GAA pitch 6.30-7.30pm for U12 & 14s.
We welcome new faces to our coaching panels this season. John Murphy, Ed Cummins, Adrian Healy, Taylor Lane, Susan Higgins, John Eakins and Debbie Barry are all on board this year training our U6 and U8 groups which are 48 girls strong.
Ray Allan and Raemonn Walsh are managing the U10 girls with June Scriven and Claire Walsh once again providing much needed support. The U12 panel this year are being managed by Peter Barry and Bryan O’Flynn with help from Rosie Lane and Catherine Desmond.
With our numbers increasing at the older ages, we are delighted to be able to field an U14 team this year under the care of Lorraine O’Connell, Val Cotter and Philip Dorgan.
Earlier in the year saw 2 of our girls from our U14 panel, Ciara Walsh and Aisling Sexton, being chosen for the U13 Imokilly panel. Well done girls and best of luck in your upcoming blitz on the June weekend.
Matches & Blitzes
Our U12 girls have had a busy month, taking part in 3 Blitzes which is required before their Go Games League starts mid-May. They were happy to be chosen for the Camán to Munster in Mallow April 1st and travelled to Watergrasshill on the 15th with their final blitz in Carrigtwohill on the 22nd. Great performances in all matches!
For the first time in a number of years we were in a position to enter an U14 Team into the County Féile Competition in Ballincollig on the 22nd April. Killeagh were up first in a fantastic game of Camogie where the final few minutes saw Killeagh edge ahead for the win. Up next were Ballincollig who proved to be a very strong opponent and were out to prove a point having just lost out in Feile final last year.
Our 3rd match was against Castlemartyr and from the start some lovely hand passing, better communication, and shots on target kept the Carrig girls ahead for the entire match. Overall the girls were delighted with their day and thanks to Ballincollig Club for a great day out.
Best wishes to all the girls and boys from the Carrigtwohill National schools who will receive their First Holy Communion on the 12th May. We hope you and your families have a lovely day.
Calling all Volunteers!
Carrigtwohill Camogie Club are working hard to build a strong panel of players, coaches and mentors but this cannot be achieved without help in areas of fundraising, PRO and committee. We do urgently need more help behind the scenes so if you can spare a few hours here and there, don’t be shy! Contact Lorraine 0871556927 or Tash 0877755850.
All the best to our girls over the coming months with their Go Games League campaigns. Keep an eye on our website, Facebook and twitter for club news and updates.
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