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St Clare Cup final Cross & Passion Ballycastle 4-4 St Patrick’s Maghera 0-5 Cross and Passion Ballycastle collected a third successive St Clare Cup title yesterday afternoon in Ballymena, upsetting the form-book to beat St Patrick’s Maghera. All the damage was done in the opening half with the Ballycastle girls going into a 4-2 to 0-4 interval lead. Dunloy’s...

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St Louis GS 3-12 Our Lady & St Patrick’s Knock 1-2   St Louis’ camogs collected only their second ever U14 Ulster title at this age group on Tuesday afternoon in ideal conditions at St John’s Belfast.  The St Louis girls dominated all areas of the pitch and were emphatic 3-12 to 1-2 winners.  Full forward Aimée Traynor opened the scori...

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Antrim U13 & 14 Talent Academy squads took part in a camogie fit on Sunday morning in Ahoghill. Great fun was had by all! All monies collected will go towards their gear for 2016! Well done to all....

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Loch Mór Dál gCais Camóg Méabh Rooney wore her Club socks and boots through her First Communion & brought her Hurl!...

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Ulster College's U14B Camogie Final St Louis GS Ballymena v Our Lady & St Patrick's Knock Tuesday 24th May 2016 1:00pm in St John's GAC Belfast Under the guidance of Miss Eimear Donaghy, St Louis Ballymena have reached the final of this year's competition after finishing first in their group and a comprehensive victory over St Malachy's Castlewellan on Friday ...

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Dunloy 5-05      Creggan 1-09   Creggan put up a spirited fight right up until the end of this minor B championship final. Indeed for long periods, the Creggan girls had Dunloy pinned in their own half, only to be denied by some fine defending. In the end Dunloy ran out comfortable winners and are worthy 2016 champions.   In perfect Portglenone evening ...

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U13/14 Academy News

16 May 2016

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Armagh 0-4 Antrim 1-16 The strength and depth of camogie at minor level in Antrim came to the surface in this Ulster championship final in Madden on Saturday. Already without centre-forward Siobhan McKillop, who broke her finger three weeks ago in the All-Ireland Minor final, management made three changes from the starting team that beat Down 3-14 to 2-5 in last Saturday’s U...

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Minor Camogie Championship Semi-Final   Creggan 3-11      Carmels 2-13   Oh what drama in Creggan on Sunday evening in this southwest championship derby! With five minutes to go and five points to the good, Carmels looked all set to be on their way to the minor B championship final. However, a brace of goals from Maria Carey, the second one coming i...

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Cancer Fund Donation

12 May 2016

Geraldines Camogie Club Portglenone recently presented Arlene Creighton from Action Cancer with a cheque for £300.  The money was raised through a fun run/walk on St Stephen's Day in Portglenone Forest. Pictured with Arlene are Odhran Doherty, Aoife McGrogan and Caoimhe Doherty who took part in the event. Arlene mentioned some of the services which Action Cancer pr...

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