The Golden Rule
None of our team should currently be using hurls any bigger than 26″, for many of them a 24″ would suffice and here’s why.
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Posted by Clonmel Og Hurling & Football Club on Saturday, July 29, 2017
It’s very important to make sure your daughter is playing Camogie with the correct size hurl. Do not seek advice from sports shops staff as they are usually clueless and invariably advise towards a longer hurl that will be unsuitable. A hurley is not something that you can grow into and should NEVER be measured to your hip. Short and light is always the best option for young girls and boys learning how to play. The lighter the weight the better as young wrists are often put under undue stress with heavy oversized hurls. Oversized and heavy hurls hold back development at a time when they need to be mastering the basics of the game. If you are unsure or require any further information please don’t hesitate in contacting Richie or Colm for advice.
Contact Sean O’Gorman (086 6692288)
The Under 10 team is for girls born in 2007 or in 3rd class in National school (2016/2017 school year).
GO GAMES rules apply for this age group. The aim at this age is to learn and develop skills in a friendly, fun and supportive environment. Matches and blitzes are non competitive with the emphasis on participation and enjoyment rather than winning.
Training takes place every Thur, 6.00pm – 7.00pm on the Main Pitch in Tymon (Beside the playground) and each Sat 5.00 – 6.00pm on the astro at the Faughs clubhouse. Our matches/Blitzes are scheduled by the Dublin Camogie Board and take place on Saturday afternoons at 2.00pm.
For full information on all matches and throw in times etc as well as any changes to training times or venues please forward your email address if you haven’t already done so to firstname.lastname@example.org
Roisin has created a very handy calendar that can keep you up to date on all events related to the U10s.
PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE
Please encourage your daughters to practice at home as much as possible. The difference between kids who are good at sport and those who are not is purely down to how much practice they do, “natural talent” has nothing to do with it !. Hit a tennis ball around the garden or up against a wall, practice throwing and catching. The hurley should always be held in their dominant (writing) hand. Throw and catch with the non dominant hand.
The team that took part in our challenge match against Naas GAA, June 2017.
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Portlaoise GAA ~ Challenge Match 2017
N.B. Helmets and Shin guards MUST be worn at all times for both training sessions and matches/blitzes.
This is a directive of the Dublin Camogie Board
SHIN GUARDS ARE NOT OPTIONAL.
End of the 2016 season, photos that were taken for the Faughs calendar.
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** A FEW PICS FROM OUR LATEST TRIP TO JUMP ZONE **
What a great way to finish up the 2016 season. We more than held our own taking 4 wins from six matches against strong Kilmacud Crokes and Naomh Olaf teams. Olaf’s have to be congratulated for their running of this blitz and a big thankyou to them for supplying medals and goodie bags for all the girls.
Away Day ~ 2016
We would just like to say a big Thankyou to our hosts, Portlaoise G.A.A. club for putting on an incredible blitz for the girls. A great day was had by all and everything went very smoothly, thanks in no small part to all the parents who came along with us.
The three victorious Faughs Celtic teams that took part in this weeks blitz. Going away to face three determined teams from BBSE, the girls came away with a clean sweep, 9 wins from 9 games. Congratulations to all the girls that took part and to their parents for the support from the sidelines.
Almost full attention for the Jump Zone instructors as they run through their safety briefing before the girls take over the building…
CHRISTMAS PARTY 2015