Adare Camogie - Celebrating 30 Years
At Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel
2023 will mark the 30th anniversary of Adare Camogie Club.
On Friday, January 13th we will celebrate this special occasion with a dinner dance at Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel.
On the night, we will honour our Adult Intermediate County & Munster Camogie Champions who are the pride of Adare.
Dinner Dance tickets, which include a Prosecco Reception, Three-Course Meal & dancing till late are €50 each and available from the link below.
We would love to see you in Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel for this evening of celebrations.
Rose Morrissey, Chairperson.
About Our Club
Adare Camogie Club is a vibrant & thriving parish club with over 200 girls from the ages of 6 to Adult playing camogie all year round. The club was formed by a fantastic group of parents spearheaded by Lizzie O’Dea, Life President. They held their first meeting on 1st February 1993.
This year our Adult Intermediate team won back-to-back County titles and an historic Munster Junior Camogie crown. The team represented their parish, county & province in Ruislip, London where they were victorious in the All-Ireland Quarter Final against Tara Camogie, Great Britain Champions. The slimmest of margins denied this super team a place in the All-Ireland Final.
We also made history this year by fielding 2 Adult teams, with over 40 girls proud to wear the Red & Black of Adare.
Our season runs from February, right through the year with Spring, Summer & Autumn Training Programmes in the Manor Fields. In September each year, the club hosts the
Kitty Cavanagh Parish tournament where our underage players show off their passion and determination for the game of camogie.
This voluntary club runs many fundraising events during the year – National GAA draw, Bucket Collection, Sponsored Walk, Table Quiz & Church gate collection. We are extremely fortunate to have wonderful parents & local businesses who support the club very generously throughout the year, especially this year where we received a massive response to help fund the trip to Ruislip, London for the Junior All-Ireland Quarter Final.
We are especially grateful to our Team Sponsors who support us generously every year.
Our local primary schools play a massive part in promoting camogie as a wonderful sporting & social outlet for girls.
We are lucky to have the use of great local facilities, the Manor Fields, especially its All-Weather pitch and new pavilion, the newly upgraded GAA field & the Boys School pitch.
The committee members, team managers, coaches, mentors, parents, supporters, sponsors & especially our young players are our lifeblood & make this a very proud club to be a part of.
Long may this continue.