SE Systems Kilmacud Crokes All Ireland Camogie 7s 2014

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Kilmacud Crokes Camogie Club is hosting the 41st All-Ireland Camogie Seven-aSide Competition on Saturday, 13th September in Stillorgan, Dublin.

Pitches in Glenalbyn and Silverpark are used with a third venue close by to cater for the 48 teams that take part. Invitations are sent in July with the closing date being Friday, 22nd August 2014. Clubs whose applications and entry fees have been received by this date will be considered.

In recent years, the competition is divided into 3 sections; the Prionsais Ó Cronain Cup (for clubs from the traditionally stronger counties), the Sean Flynn Shield (for clubs from the remaining counties) and a Plate competition (for the weakest clubs). Allocation into the various sections is dependent on a club's success within their own county and the camogie strength of that county. The relevant information to make that decision is gathered from the County secretaries.

Teams are divided into groups of four and play three matches before the playoff stages commence. Matches begin at 10.30 am and the finals are usually at around 5.30 to 6 pm.

A Puc Fada Competition also takes place in Glenalbyn at approximately 3 pm and one player from each team entered is entitled to be nominated. A Wall Ball Competition has also been introduced, and is proving to be very popular. Any female player/coach/spectator can enter this competition.

Any queries regarding the competition can be sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or to Patricia Lloyd on 087 2392109 (evenings only). Please mention your club name in all correspondence.

 
Daintree All Ireland Camogie Sevens Competition

image1The 40th All Ireland Camogie 7s was held on Saturday 14th September 2013. The competition was a fantastic success on a beautiful, warm sunny day.

Kilmaley from Clare emerged as winners of the Cup competition. Another team from Clare, Scariff Ogonelloe, took home the Shield, while the Plate went north to County Down with Ballygalget. But it's not all about the winners. Teams from 22 counties enjoyed a marvellous day of action and camaraderie with camogie people that they would otherwise rarely meet.

Click 'Read More' to see details of all competitions, including the winners of the Player of the Competition, the winner of the Wall Ball Competion and the winner of the Poc Fada. You can also see a slide show of great shots from the action on the day. Thanks to Stephen Dagg for these.

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All Ireland Camogie 7s

Kilmacud Crokes has been hosting the All Ireland Camogie 7-a-side competition since 1974. It is held in September, on the Saturday of the All Ireland Camogie weekend, the day before the All-Ireland Camogie Finals in Croke Park.

Pitches in Glenalbyn and Silverpark are used with a third venue close by to cater for the 48 teams that take part. Invitations are sent in July with the closing date being the 3rd week in August.

In recent years, the competition is divided into 3 sections; the Prionsais Ó Cronain Cup, the Sean Flynn Shield and a Plate competition. Allocation into the various sections is dependent on a club's success within their own county. The relevant information to make that decision is gathered from the County secretaries.

Teams are divided into groups of four and play three matches before the playoff stages commence. Matches begin at 10.30 am and the finals are usually at around 5.30 to 6 pm.

A Puc Fada Competition also takes place in Glenalbyn at approximately 3 pm and one player from each team entered is entitled to be nominated. A Wall Ball Competition has also been introduced, and is proving to be very popular. Any female player/coach/spectator can enter this competition.

For further information, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Daintree Paper All Ireland Camogie 7s

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We are delighted to announce that we have a new sponsor for the All Ireland Camogie Sevens for the next three years.  Daintree Paper is Irelands best known paper shop, specialising in wedding stationery and all types of invitations. 

The Sevens this year, will as usual take place in Glenalbyn, Silverpark and a third venue to cater for the 58 teams expected to take part.  Invitations have gone out to the clubs and we expect the entries to be back very quickly. 

The competition is divided into 3 sections, The Prionsias O Cronain Cup, The Sean Flynn Shield and the new Plate competition.  Allocation into the various sections is dependent on a club's success or lack therof within their own county.  The relevant information to make that decision is gathered from the County secretaries.   

Teams are divided into groups of four and play 3 matches before the playoff stages commence.  Matches commence at 10.30am and the finals are usually at around 5.30 or 6pm. 

A Puc Fada Competition will also take place in Glenalbyn at approximately 3pm and one player from each team entered is entitled to be nominated.  Last year, we had a Wall Ball Competition for the first time and it proved very popular.  Any female player/coach/spectator can enter this competition.   

For further information please contact Patricia Lloyd on 087 2392109 or Brenda Keogh at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it