pCalling Dublin camogie players who featured in National Féile Finals. The first National Féile na nGael involving camogie was held in 1974, and over the years Dublin clubs have featured in 12 Division 1 finals and three Division 2 finals. We are calling on all players who took part in these finals to dig out old photos, medals, etc. and send over as much information as they can find or remember of their year to firstname.lastname@example.org Info will be published on the Féile website.
pPlease make sure that everyone in your club is familiar with the new structures and rules pertaining to leagues and championships 2012. Full co-operation is much appreciated. These can be found on dublincamogie.ie
pWell done to the Juniors who maintained their 100pc record in the National League when they defeated Tyrone 6-6 to 2-5 in Cookstown on Sunday. Their next and last game is against Carlow on Sunday next in Naomh Mearnóg at 12.00. A victory here will ensure a place in the final.
pAfter their tremendous win over Tipperary in Round 1 of the National League our Seniors lost to Galway 1-17 to 0-6 in their National League Div. 1 game, played at Ballinasloe on Sunday. Management and players will regroup for the visit of Kilkennyon on April 8. Venue and time TBA.
p There have been some very interesting results in rounds 1 and 2 of the OZO Adult Leagues Divs 1-7. Round 3 of the Ozo Adult Leagues takes place on the weekend of April 1.
pEach club is responsible for the behaviour of its mentors, supporters and followers during games.
pClub details and contacts. These are available on dublincamogie.ie. It is very important that changes in personnel, email addresses or phone numbers are sent to email@example.com without delay. All clubs depend on the accuracy of this information.
pDetails of referees' courses will be announced during the week. Garry Beagan is chair of the referee subcommittee. An Rúnaí will forward details to all clubs.
pThis year's Camogie Congress will take place in Cork on Friday and Saturday, March 30 and 31.