Faughs GAA Club

Camogie News

Videos/Photos from Coach the Coaches event with David Herity

The latest event in our ‘Coach the Coaches’ programme had former Kilkenny player David Herity in Faughs to give an instructional coaching session with key focus on maximising the use of our ball wall and Astro space. Thanks to David and all the...

Faughs Easter Camp 2019 – 23 to 26 April

Download Application form for Easter Camp 2019: Tues 23rd – Fri 26th April

Register Now for Club Membership 2019

Online Registration for 2019 is available below. Your Club Membership can be registered and paid online by Credit Card, Debit Card (such as Laser) or by Cheque by clicking the link below. Subscribe online to have your own Account, where full...

Photos from Minor C Camogie Championship Final

Photos from Minor C Camogie Championship Final, December 2018.  Photos by Stephen Croke  

U16 Camogie reach Shield Final

Congratulations and well done to the Faughs Celtic U16 team, winning away to St. Finians and reaching Shield Final

Faughs Summer Camps 2018 – Book online or offline today!

Faughs Club Camp (27th to 30th August) Alternatively, you can book your child’s place on our fantastic summer camps by downloading the form below and returning it a team mentor or to the Club Bar for the attention of Tom O Mahony, Club...


FAUGHS 2020 Community School Event On Thursday June 21st, the annual community school event will take place. This year students from Fourth Class will present their projects on their heroes. We will host a night in Faughs where they will tell us...

Big Day Out for U8 and U10 Camogie – Info & Forms

U8 Camogie travel to Portlaoise on Sun June 10 and U10 Camogie travel to Kilkenny on Sat 23 June. Details and Parental Consent Forms can be downloaded below.
Dorry Murray

2018 International Camogie & Hurling Blitz (U13)

Dorry Murray Memorial Cups – 2018 The annual Dorry Murray U13 Tournament took place in glorious sunshine on Sunday. Congratulations to Dicksboro, Kilkenny (hurling) and Harps, Laois (Camogie) who emerged worthy winners. Faughs would like...