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Under 10's Camogie arrangements on Croke Park All Ireland Final

posted 8 Sep 2011, 03:00 by Deirdre Maher   [ updated 23 Oct 2011, 15:08 ]

CAMOGIE ALL IRELAND CROKE PARK 11/9/11

 

Our Under 10's Camogie Girls had a great day out in Croke Park on Sunday at the Camogie All Ireland.

Thanks again to Eve Talbot and the Camogie Association for giving the girls this opportunity.

They played Ballygalget from County Down in Mini Games on the day and even though they didn't win their match, there was great smiles coming off the pitch!  Maybe some day in the future these girls will be playing again in Croke Park for the Dublin Camogie Team.  :)

 

We will be meeting over the next few days to give you the gear you have to wear into Croke Park and also the  two free adult tickets plus the ticket for the girls taking part in the match. Extra tickets can be purchased on www.tickets.ie  Adults tickets are €30 and childrens €5 .

 

 All Ireland Camogie Finals in association with RTÉ 2011

Mini-Games

 12noon:              
 
Players and team officials to be seated in the seats allocated to you in the Hogan  Stand  where your group will be met by a representative from An Cumann Camógaíochta.

 

12noon :              Premier Junior All-Ireland Camogie Final

Down v Waterford

 

*      Make sure all children have their Hurl, Helmet and are wearing their football boots.

*      Make sure Jerseys are tucked in and socks are pulled up.

 

12.32pm:

*      Half Time in Premier Junior Game.

*      March out behind the Artane Band.

*      Mini Games children to take their positions on the pitch.

 

 

12.33pm:              Mini-games

*      Games will be 8 minutes in duration:

*      Ballyvary (Mayo) v Feale Gaels (Kerry) – Hill 16 End

*      Commercials (Dublin) v Ballygalget (Down) – Davin Stand End

 

12.41pm:              Games end

 

12. 45pm:            Children back in seats. Second half resumes.

                                  The children then return to their seats and enjoy the rest of the day’s matches.

                 I would suggest that each child brings a fleece/jacket as it can be cold in the stands.

                 Only the two mentors and twelve children will be allowed on the pitch.  

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