Senior Division 2 Championship

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Published on May 08, 2018 with

Round Date Home Team Score Score Away Team
Round 1 June 20th Eire Og CC Athy
7pm Broadford Cappagh
Kill Rathcoffey/Straffan
Moorefield X X
Round 2 June 25th Moorefield Kill
7pm Rathcoffey/Straffan Broadford
Cappagh Eire Og CC
Athy X X
Round 3 July 2nd Kill Broadford
7pm Moorefield Eire Og CC
Rathcoffey/Straffan Athy
Cappagh X X
Round 4 July 11th Rathcoffey/Straffan Moorefield
7pm Cappagh Kill
Athy Broadford
Eire Og CC X X
Round 5 July 16th Cappagh Rathcoffey/Straffan
7pm Athy Moorefield
Eire Og CC Kill
Broadford X X
Round 6 Aug 8th Broadford Eire Og CC
7pm Kill Athy
Moorefield Cappagh
Rathcoffey/Straffan X X
Round 7 Aug 20th Athy Cappagh
7pm Eire Og CC Rathcoffey/Straffan
Broadford Moorefield
Kill X X
Semi Finals Aug 27th
Final Sept 15th/16th
Intermediate Co-Ordinator is Karen Kenna.  Text results and Referee’s name to Karen  on 086 2249331
Intermediate is 15 aside.  Competition rules apply.
Teams can start with 12 players

Kildare Camogie 2018

Competition Rules for Championship and Summer/Autumn Leagues 2018

  1. All games to be played under rules of Camogie Association
  2. Results and the name of the referee are to be sent by text to the designated competition co-ordinator within 24hrs of match by both teams.
  3. All teams must present 2 copies of their team sheets for each match – one copy for the referee and one copy for the opposing team. The team sheet should be on an official team sheet template.
  4. Competitions run on a single round league basis, and 2 or more teams finish on equal points at the end of the competition and one or more teams can progress to the next round of the competition then score difference will apply in the first instance.
    1. Overall score difference is determined by scores against deducted from scores for in every game played in the group. Scores for and against teams who conceded a game or games in the group will be fully disregarded in determining overall score difference. The team with the highest net result shall progress.
    2. If teams remain on equal ranking after (a) above then a play off game will take place to determine who progresses. Extra time will apply
  1. In the event of a tie for positions to qualify for finals, a play off will be held to decide finishing places. Play offs ending in a draw will proceed to extra time. If no result at extra time then a replay to be arranged.
    1. If Semi final/play offs ends in a draw 20 Minutes (10minutes per half) extra time is to be played,
  1. Any team that forfeits more than one game in a competition will not be eligible to take part in the knock out stages.
  2. Any team that forfeits a game will be deducted 2 points and the other team awarded 2 points. If a game is not played because both teams could not play and a refix date cannot be agreed or set due to time contraints then fixtures committee can decide to consider match null and void.
  3. All fixtures must be played on or before the appointed date unless a pitch is unplayable / unavailable or there is a club bereavement. If home pitch is unavailable / unplayable the game is to be played in opposition pitch or neutral venue by agreement with the fixtures committee.
  4. First team has home fixture and organises & pays referee.
  5. No fixture changes permitted unless agreed in writing and sanctioned by the fixtures committee.
  6. For u13 / u15 / Minor competitions where a match is being postponed or re-fixed the following applies;
    1. All fixtures stand unless agreed otherwise by the Fixtures Committee
    2. Both teams must notify in writing the competition co-ordinator as soon as possible but no later than 24 hrs before fixed time.
    3. Both teams must attempt to propose a re-fix date to the Fixtures Committee and inform in writing the competition co-ordinator.
    4. Both teams must inform the competition coordinator in writing the reason for the match not going ahead as scheduled and each team must indicate whether they were in a position to field a team despite the fact that the match was not played as fixed.
  1. In Adult Championship: Referee to be appointed by home team from the referee list supplied by Kildare Camogie Board; referee can not be from the home club.
In Underage Leagues:  Referee to be appointed by the home team from the referee list supplied by Kildare Camogie Board.
  1. Any fixtures issues to be e-mailed to Competition Co-ordinator and Fixtures Secretary  – (Kieran_ryan2@hotmail.com )
  2. Adult Championship Senior is 15 aside. The minimum a team can start with is 12 players
Adult Championship Intermediate is 15 aside. The minimum a team can start with is 12 players
Adult Championship Junior are 13 a side. The minimum a team can start with is 11 players. If both teams agree 15 a side can be played.
For Junior and Intermediate, teams must play all available players. For example, a team with 14 available players must play all 14 players from the start of the game, a team with 13 available players must play all 13 players from the start of the game.  The maximum (up to 15) number of players available must be played from the start of the match. In respect of Senior and Intermediate these are to be 15 aside games.
These rules are in accordance with Camogie Association Rules.
  1. Numbers of players for the underage Leagues shall accompany the fixture list
  2. All clubs must abide by the code of ethics and child protection at all times as set out by the Camogie Association. Failure to do so will be dealt with by Kildare Camogie Board. Clubs are reminded that there may be minors on either team & must behave in a manner accordingly.
  3. All clubs are responsible for their sideline behaviour and any misconduct will be dealt with by the Kildare Camogie board.