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Monday 11 December 2017

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p Stewards needed (at least one steward per club) for Féile Parade from Croke Park to GPO in O'Connell Street on Thursday, 5 July. There is a meeting for all stewards tonight in Parnell Park at 7.30pm

p Meeting in Parnell Park for all Féile Officers and Féile Referees with National Féile Committee on Wednesday, 20 June at 7.30pm

p Meeting in Parnell Park on Wednesday 27 June for all Féile team mentors with National Féile Committee at 7.30pm (three mentors per team)

p A reminder to all players, coaches, mentors and referees - the new Playing Rules passed at Congress 2012 came into effect on Friday, 1st June for all underage and adult games and competitions at all levels. Check http://www.camogie.ie for details.

p Under-12 Development School of Excellence - The Dublin County Camogie Board is organising a School of Excellence for U12 club players. This will consist of six coaching sessions in the Phoenix Park during the summer and an internal one--day blitz in the autumn. The coaching team will be lead by Joe Leonard (Lucan Sarsfields), Claire Graham (Cumann Barra Caoimhin) and Niall Mullen (Faughs/Celtic). They will be supported by other coaches including a range of players from the Dublin junior and senior camogie panels.

p Clubs are invited to send nominations, to include players' names and a contact phone number to County Development Officer John Murphy at murphjohnd@eircom.net . by Monday June 18.

p Clubs are reminded that under-15 players cannot play in adult competitions. See An Treoraí Oifigiúil for rule details and sanctions.

p Best of luck to the under-13 Development Squad players who will be in Tipperary for the under-13 Blitz on 23 June.

p The Dublin under-14 Blitz (the Paul Beecher Cup) takes place on 14 July, probably in Naomh Brid.

p The Dublin senior team had another good workout v Tipperary on Saturday evening in Moneygall. These challenge matches give the management an opportunity to get a good look at players before the first championship game v Kilkenny on Saturday week, 23 June.

p Grainne Quinn and Laura Twomey made appearances v Tipperary after recent injuries. Aine Fanning is back in training and working hard to make herself available for selection for 23 June. Our thanks to Moneygall for hosting the game and providing refreshments at short notice.

p Pitches in the Phoenix Park will be closed for games while essential remedial work is taking place. The goalmouths will be cordoned off. Training on other parts of the pitches can take place.

p Players named on the County Senior and Junior and under 16 panels are not eligible to play in the Summer Cup. The subsidiary competition was put in place to give games to club players who are not involved in playing for Dublin in the All Ireland championships.

p Visit dublincamogie.iefor the latest Camogie news, information and photos in the capital.

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