Camogie

Camogie is the ladies version of Hurling, with slightly different rules to suit them. It is also 15-a-side and is scored by either goals (worth 3 points) or points (over the bar – worth one point). It is played with a Camog (stick) and ball. It is organised, like most GAA sports on a Club and County basis, with County, Provincial, and All-Ireland Championships. There sason is divided in both Club and County into a Camogie League (usually played over winter) and a Camogie Championship (usually played over summer).

Camogie Association All-Ireland Championships

Camogie Association All-Ireland Championships

Camogie Association All-Ireland Championships (Finals):

Camogie Association All-Ireland Senior Championship O’Duffy Cup Finals 1932-Present

Camogie Association All-Ireland Senior Championships O’Duffy Cup (Seasons): 1999

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