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2015, Waterford v Kildare, All Ireland Camogie Final Intermediate grade

2015, Waterford v Kildare, All Ireland Camogie Final Intermediate grade.

Camogie (/kɑːmɔːɡiː/; Irish: camógaíocht; formerly spelt camoguidheacht) is an Irish stick-and-ball team sport played by women; it is almost identical to the game of hurling played by men. Camogie is played by 100,000 women in Ireland and worldwide, largely among Irish communities. It is organised by the Dublin-based Camogie Association or An Cumann Camógaíochta.

Matches are contested by two teams of 15 a side, using a field 130m to 145m long and 80m to 90m wide. H-shape goals are used, a goal (scored when the ball goes between the posts and under the bar) is equal to three points and a point (scored when the ball goes over the bar) is equal to one point.

The annual All Ireland Camogie Championship has a record attendance of 33,154 while average attendances in recent years are in the region of 15,000 to 18,000. The final is televised live, with a TV audience of over 300,000.

Two of the World’s Best Female Athletes Help Push Each Other to Next Level.

One of the U.S.’ best athletes - Lacrosse star Taylor Cummings – comes together with one of Europe’s best – Camogie Champion Ashling Thompson - to compare, contrast, and compete in their respective sports as preparation for their big summer competitions. Cummings, a two-time NCAA Lacrosse Champion and World Lacrosse Champion, and Thompson, a three-time All-Ireland Camogie Champion, are both at the top of their game, but like all elite athletes they're always looking for ways to improve. They join forces in Baltimore, Maryland (USA) to learn and compete in each other's sports while also sharing stories, discussing their struggles, and conveying words of encouragement for the next generation of female athletes.

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Dublin GAA Ladies and Camogie players show their skills

As Official Retail Partner of Dublin GAA, Intersport Elverys put some challenges to the ladies and camogie players. Find out how they got on! #PartOfIt

2019 Australasian Championships - Camogie final

Defending champions New South Wales take on strong challengers Victoria in the camogie final of the 2019 Australasian Championships.
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#DublinOurTeam - Episode 4 - Ali Twomey, Dublin Camogie

“People aren’t playing for the money or the fame… there’s no pay cheque”

Dublin senior camogie star Alison Twomey is relentless in her pursuit of All Ireland glory in the first episode of the #DublinOurTeam season 2. #BackingEveryStep

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'She's the best Camogie player in the country'

See interviews with Wexford goalkeeper Mags D'Arcy and joint manager Matthew Flynn-O'Connor after their dramatic Liberty Insurance All Ireland Quarter-final victory over Tipperary in Walsh Park, Waterford.

8-time All Star Kate Kelly struck the winner deep into injury-time to complete a comeback from eight points down early in the second-half.

'She's the best Camogie player in the country' - says the manager of the matchwinner. Wexford will now play champions Cork in the semi-finals.

Video by Jerome Quinn Media for the Camogie Association..
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The Camogie Championships are due to get underway this weekend

The Bumper Camogie Finals 2019 Preview | Key Player Interviews

Will O'Callaghan speaks to the key players involved in this weekend's Camogie finals

Senior Final | Galway vs Kilkenny
- Galway's Sarah Dervan
- Kilkenny's Meighan Farrell

Intermediate Final | Galway vs Westmeath
- Galway's Laura Ward

Junior Final | Kerry vs Limerick
- Kerry's Laura Collins
- Limerick's Grace Lee

AIB Camogie Club Championships The Toughest - Katrina Parrock

This is Camogie like you've never seen it before. The ad was shot using a high speed camera to capture the grace and athleticism of Katrina Parrock, one of Camogie's most talented players.

In the ad she reminds us how tough the AIB Camogie Club Championships are and how much she would love to be playing in this year's final.

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Camogie at the 2013 North American GAA Finals

Good times at the 2013 North American GAA finals in Cleveland where Camogie continued to grow and thrive.
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Cork Camogie star Anna Geary shows her Freestyle Hurling Skills

During her busy schedule as Cork Camogie captain and 2014 Cork Rose for the Rose of Tralee International festival (August 15-20), Anna Geary showed GAA.ie some of her Freestyle Hurling Skills! Think you can do better? Pick up your hurley and sliotar and show the world what you can do by posting a 'Freestyle Hurling' video online. How to enter:
1. Record a video showing off your Freestyle Hurling skills or performing a unique trickshot
2. The video should be no more than 30 seconds and end with you shouting 'I am Hurling' into the camera
3. Upload your video to YouTube, or any similar video platform. The title of the video should be 'Freestyle Hurling: Your name'
4. Make sure to include 'GAA', 'Freestyle Hurling', 'I am Hurling' and 'Hurling' as tags/keywords when uploading
5. Once published, email the link of this video to freestyle@gaa.ie, along with your name, age and county to send submit your video.
Entries close on Wednesday 27 August 2014
Thanks to Rose of Tralee International Festival for co-operation.

Camogie is "definitely a success story in Europe"

Belgium have become champions for the seventh year in-a-row at the European Championships in Dresden, but stalwart Aisling Fenton is delighted to see an increase in the number of teams taking up the game. It’s definitely a success story in Europe, says Fenton, while the Camogie Association's Kathleen Woods attended the Finals and is similarly upbeat for the future of the sport across the continent.
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'Camogie is good for the head!'

'Camogie is good for the head!' - Derry full-forward Grainne McGoldrick is delighted to be playing and earning a draw against Down in the All Ireland IFC Group 2 to keep their Croke Park ambitions alive. See a report from MQ Video & Jerome Quinn Media for Derry Camogie, including match action, drone footage and reaction from Derry manager John O'Dwyer..

Hurling / Camogie wall drills

A selection of wall drills for honing your hurling / camogie skills. All you need is a ball, a stick, and a wall. You can practice and experiment, especially when there's nobody watching. That's where you truly master the skills of the game.

Gorey CS v Mountbellew I All Ireland Schools Camogie B Final I March 2015

Watch the highlights of Gorey CS's All-Ireland victory over Holy Rosary, Mountbellew, played out in Ballykelly GFC on Thursday afternoon. A brilliant well done to all at Gorey Community School.
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Team Building with Kilkenny Camogie

The girls from Kilkenny Senior Camogie team 2015 giving our Wibit Wipeout course a run for its money! The Backs took on the Forwards in a bit of 'friendly' competition, this is a great way to get a bit a team bonding done with heaps of fun thrown in!

Ulster Camogie Championship 2009 Promo

Festival of Camogie on 4th July 2009 in Pairc Esler Newry. Family day out featuring Ulster Championship Finals, U10s mini games and an over 40s Challenge match. Childrens entertainment including variety show, face painting and balloon artistry. Music by St Michael's Band Enniskillen.

Cork vs Tipperary All Ireland Camogie Final 2006

"The finals were a great advert for camogie" - Niamh Mulcahy on Galway's win

Niamh Mulcahy joins Maire-Treasa Ni Cheallaigh to discuss Galway's win over Kilkenny in the senior camogie final, and she talks about the impact of the 20x20 campaign on sport.

Laura Twomey: Dublin camogie star on injury comeback, 20x20 and new manager

Dublin senior camogie player Laura Twomey is AIG's ambassador for the 20x20 movement and chats to Stephen Doyle about that, the women's World Cup, battling back from her cruciate injury and playing under a new manager this year.

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