Well done to the Under-11 Camogie team who had a great win against Round Towers this morning!
Well done to the Under-11 Camogie team who played Leixlip this morning. The girls put in their best display so far this year against possibly the best team they’ve played. After going behind to 2 early goals, the girls then dominated the rest of the first half through some excellent team work and loads of hard work. Thanks to Austin Crowe for the great photographs.
Well done to our Under-11 Camogie team who played Naas in very competitive game this afternoon. The girls really enjoying the game and are progressing very well week by week.
Well done to our Under-11 Camogie team who played two very good matches against St. Laurence’s today. Keep up the great work.
Well done to our two Under-11 Camogie teams who played in the Maynooth blitz this morning and had a very successful outing. Team 1 lost narrowly to Maynooth 1 in their first match, and then beat Celbridge in their 2nd game. Team 2 has two wins against Maynooth 1&2. All the girls played brilliantly and all put in a huge effort. All their hard work is paying off. Training continues tomorrow at 6.30pm and new girls are very welcome.
Well done to our Under-11 camogie team who played Round Towers tonight in a 15 aside match. The girls played brilliantly and really enjoyed playing their first full size game, winning 4-02 2-00.
Training continues on Monday night at 6.30pm. New players are welcome!
Thanks to Peter Casey, Clare GAA Games Development Officer, who did an excellent training session on Monday night in Moorefield. Peter put the girls (and coaches) through their paces and were very impressed with the standard! Thanks to Brendan Kenny, Kildare Development officer for picking the team. Check out their drills on the videos below…
Videos and Photographs
Camán and Explore! – Workshop for Juvenile Coaches at Moorefield GAA, Monday 25th June 7-9pm
This workshop is ideally aimed at coaches working with 9-12-year-olds (the ‘demo’ squad will be Moorefield u11s), but very relevant for all juvenile coaches. It details the key techniques, coaching points, games and exercises to be used with this age group as outlined in the Camogie and Hurling Player Pathways. We explore gameplay, including basic game understanding and look at considerations and challenges of early game awareness. This free workshop will be led by Clare GAA Games Development Officer and Expert Tutor, Peter Casey.