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ULSTER GAA: Ulster Camogie re-launches Camogie Social initiative

ULSTER Camogie has announce their plans to re-launch of the Social Camogie initiative.

The programme offers clubs across the province the chance to embrace a program where friends, mothers, family members and others can engage in camogie for leisure and enjoyment.

Participants must be at least 25 years of age, and should not currently be involved in competitive adult camogie, such as club competitions, league, cup or inter-county play.

Through the organisation of various provincial and national blitz events, the program has gained momentum and has proven to be popular among women of all ages. The Association’s goal for 2024 is to advance this initiative and to enlist more participants across the country that are keen to engage in camogie within a fun, non-competitive and socially relaxed setting.

During the program’s re-launch, Uachtarán of the Camogie Association, Hilda Breslin, expressed her enthusiasm.

stating: “Social Camogie is a fantastic initiative designed to promote the sport of camogie among women of all ages and abilities, while providing an opportunity for participants to enjoy playing in a non-competitive environment.

“Many of our former players find it challenging to return to competitive level training and play due to work and family commitments, and Social Camogie offers them a chance to reconnect with the sport in a relaxed and enjoyable manner.”

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