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Cobh Camogie Notes – 15th Oct



The end of season is fast approaching as the players and coaches take a well earned break after a busy year of Camogie.The younger teams age 8 to 11 will be finishing up the Halloween weekend , the older girls age 12 and up will continue on with the coaches informing them of when they are taking a break
*The End of Season Party Bank Holiday Monday 25th Oct* The main event of the day will see the u16/14 team take on the coaches in the main GAA pitch at 5pm, this is sure to be an exciting match with the coaches both male and female taking part, some returning from retirement especially for the day. The girls of the u16/14 team are definitely looking forward to this match as they plan to punish the coaches for all the hard training put in this year.

The party will then follow the match in the main GAA hall at 6.30pm with the male coaches having their legs waxed to help fund a new set of away jerseys for the girls. The u11 team will be presented with their Imokilly Final medals followed by an evening of music and dance, refreshments will be served and a raffle will take place.

All players are invited with their families to come and enjoy our end of season party which we are sure all the family will enjoy.

*Trials:* Best of Luck to all the girls who went for trials in the last few weeks both with the u15 Imokilly team and with the Cork Colleges Camogie Team.

*Junior Team* The Junior team had a great win over Blarney last weekend , as a result the girls are now in a playoff against St Fanahans Sun 17th for a place in the Final of the Junior Plate.

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