Carrigtwohill Camogie Club provides our girls with the opportunity to play Camogie as an integral part of encouraging them to stay with sport though their teenage years and later into life.
Our Vision:To provide an inclusive, enjoyable and lifelong involvement in Camogie, as Ireland’s leading female sport, and as a vibrant part of the Gaelic games family.
Our Mission:To expand opportunities to participate in and enjoy Camogie through building a professional, dynamic and inclusive Club.
Inclusiveness:Camogie is a sport for all. We will work to attract and retain members from different social and ethnic backgrounds and players of different abilities to foster a sense of community and social inclusion.
Volunteers:We recognize the integral role of the volunteer in our Association. We will promote and value the expertise, experience and contribution of volunteers at all levels of Camogie.
Chairperson – Lorraine O’Connell 0871556927
Secretary – Natasha Durity firstname.lastname@example.org
Child Welfare Officer – John Murphy childrensofficer.c2hill.cork
Treasurer – Michael Sexton
Vice Chairperson – Val Cotter
Vice Treasurer – Jackie Bogue
Registrar – Evelyn O’Sullican
PRO – Lorraine O’Connell
– Natasha Durity
– Janelle O’Callaghan-Dinan
Fundraising – Catherine Desmond
– Rosie Lane
Junior County Board Rep – Peter Barry
Imokilly Board Rep – Ray Allan
TEAM MANAGERS 2018
U6 Panel – John Murphy 0860401693
U8 Panel – Ed Cummins 0868034510
U10 Panel – Bryan O’Flynn 0851257073
U12 Panel – Peter Barry 0872185585
U14 Panel – Natasha Durity 0877755850
Training for all age groups is every Saturday from 12.30pm to 1.30pm at the Carrigtwohill GAA pitch. The U14 panel also has a 2nd training session on Tuesdays 6.30-7.30pm, depending on matches. All newcomers are very welcome. Minimum age requirement is set at Junior Infant upward.