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Underage Camogie Training

2014 Training Rota:





Under 6
P1- P2
Tuesday 6 -7 pm Orlagh O’Kane
Ciara Rafferty
Emer Madden
Chloe Kariacos
Maria McGill
Under 8
P3  – P4
Tuesday 6 -7 pm Eileen Gribben
Niamh Halferty
Sinead Diamond
Geraldine Boyle
Under 10
P5 – P6
Tuesday 6 -7 pm Edelle Henry
Shauna Kehoe
Under 12 Thursday 6 -7 pm Carla Duggan
Under 14 Thursday 6 -7 pm Eileen Gribben
Colm McGurk
Under 16 Monday 6 -7 pm Eileen Gribben
Jannette McCann


Note to Players/Parents:

  • Come prepared for both indoor and outdoor training.
  • A helmet must be worn at ALL TIMES.
  • Football boots must be worn in the 3G Hall- no trainers allowed.

Note to Parents/Guardians:

Parents/Guardians have an influential role to play in assisting and encouraging their children to fully participate in Gaelic Games.

  • We would encourage parents to become involved in your child’s team and the club activities.
  • The coaches would greatly appreciate your help at training.  You don’t have to be an expert to help- a little extra encouragement can go a long way!
  • Please advice your child’s coach of any medial conditions or dietary requirements your child may have and inform them of any changes to same throughout the year.
  • Please ensure that your child punctually attends coaching sessions and games and that they are collected at the appropriate time.

Note to Coaches:

  • If you cannot make training, it is YOUR responsibility to get cover.  The coach : player ratio must be kept at all times.
  • All coaches MUST have completed a child protection course within the last 3 years and have completed a foundation coaching course.  This is an Ulster Council requirement.  If you do not have these certificates in place, please contact Edelle ( or 07746715410) so that a course can be arranged for you.

Coach Contact Details:

Eileen 07866800671
Jannette   07949575790   

Code of Conduct

We would  refer all coaches and parents to read the GAA Code of Behavior which is promoted by the Gaelic Athletic Association, the Camogie Association, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, GAA Handball Ireland and the Rounders Council of Ireland so as to assist those who promote and deliver our Gaelic Games comply with the highest possible standards in our work with children and young people.  Lavey GAC has adopted this Code of Behaviour as a basic level of agreement between the Club and their players, their coaches, parents/guardians and supporters.




Give Respect – Get Respect is an awareness campaign that seeks to ensure that Gaelic Games are promoted and played in a positive, fair and enjoyable manner and where players, coaches, spectators and referees Give Respect – Get Respect from each other.
The RESPECT campaign applies at all levels and amongst all players regardless of age, competition or ability. The key participants in the Give Respect – Get Respect campaign are not just the players themselves but coaches, clubs, parents, referees and supporters.

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