Welcome to the Mungret St Pauls Camogie Page
Camogie is almost identical to its male counterpart Hurling, being played on the same field with equivalent equipment and under the same basic set of playing rules. There are minor rule variations, in particular players are allowed to drop the hurley when playing the ball away, and are allowed to play the opponents hurley to contest for the ball but are not allowed to shoulder charge. A player may hand pass the ball to score a goal or a point.
Here at Mungret St Pauls Camogie, we aim to provide an inclusive, enjoyable and lifelong involvement in the game for all girls and young women who come through our gates.
Female Team Sports such as Camogie, build so much more than teams, they build a solid foundation for the future. Studies have shown that playing team sports helps girls build a strong set of skills for their lives ahead, an improved mental well-being and also assists them in dealing with pressure and self-confidence. Last, but certainly not least, Camogie players reap the rewards of improved fitness – the advantages are endless!
Mungret St Pauls 2020 Camogie Club Officers:
Secretary: Suzanne O’Rourke
Treasurer: Irene Lynch
Register: Mike Larkin
PRO: Annie Browne
Child Welfare Officer: Grainne O’Shea
County Board Rep: Isobel Madden
Camogie Training: (Subject to change)
Minor / Junior: Wednesday 6.00 – 7.15 & Saturday 4.30 – 6.00
U16’s: Tuesday & Thursday 7.15 – 8.45
U12’s: Thursday 7.15 – 8.45
U10’s: Thursday 6.00 – 7.15
U8’s: Thursday 6.00 – 7.15
Interested in joining our club? We want you!
Mungret St.Pauls Camogie is open to new members of all ages!! However, every player must be registered through our club website in order to be able to play/be covered under our insurance.
Link to on-line club registration here.
Should you have any further queries please email: Secretary.mungret.limerick@Camogie.ie or DM us on our social media pages!
Instagram: Mungret St Pauls GAA
Camogie related Links:
Camogie Association here
20×20 #CantSeeCantBe here
Playing rules of Camogie here