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Camogie Update

The Senior Championship got underway last week with the Round 1 games. The Clane girls continued as they left off after their League Final success with a 2-9 to 1-3 victory over St Laurence’s. The two other games in the Round resulted in victories for both Maynooth and Celbridge. After Round 1 the League Championship reads as follows;

Our Primary School girls also did us proud last week by getting to the U13 Cumann na mBunscol Final Thursday where they played GS Ui Fhiach, Maynooth. The Maynooth girls proved too strong in the end but what an accomplishment for our girls in the first year of participation in the competition in over 20 years. Well done girls and to Ms Doyle and all involved.

A busy week for the Club as they host the Kildare Seniors who will have a training session in the Club on Wednesday evening at 1930 and also will play Round 2 of the All Ireland Intermediate Championship on Saturday at 1430 in Clane. All support for the girls is greatly appreciated and we would like to wish the girls and management all the best this weekend.

Please note that Clane Camogie will be carrying out a Church gate collection on Saturday the 1st of July and Sunday the 2nd of July at all Clane Masses (permit granted).

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