Intermediate championship @ Castle Rd 26/06/19 -v- Aghabullogue (Carrig 2-1 to 0-12) 

U10's -v-  Sars 23/06/19

 U14's -v- Blarney 21/06/19

U11's -v- Courcey Rovers 22/06/19

All Ireland Minor A Final 2019 - Tipp
Ciara Murphy, Molley Barrett and Emma Cooney Minor A Cork All Ireland winners 26/4/19 Cork 3-15 -v- Clare 2-12

Zoe O'Herlihy Cork U16A Munster Final Cork 1-12 to Limerick 2-7 31/03/19


Agnes O'Reilly former President of Carrigaline Camogie been presented with the Hall of Fame award by Carrigaline GAA President Tom Jones. (Nov 2018)

U9's -v- Courcey Rovers 04/05/19U9's
Team photos for 2019 to be added soon....

Archive Gallery

U9 Indoor Blitz

Well done to our U9 players and coaches who took part in the annual South-East Blitz in Riverstick 

U12 Go-Games Blitz

Well done to our U12 team who travelled to Rockban for their Go-Games blitz where they played 6 games on a lovely day. The girls all put in a fantastic performance.

Lá na gClub

Lá na gClub took place on Sunday 1st June and it started with a mass for all Carrigaline Club members.  It was great to see the club colours on display throughout the congregation and a special blessing of hurleys took place at the end of mass, as if they weren't dangerous enough already!  The action then moved to the main pitch with four pipers leading the street league players on to the field.  All the groups gave a wonderful exhibition of hurling over the next hour.  It was fantastic to watch and the support they received from the sidelines was also very encouraging for the girls.  Later in the afternoon the U14 girls took on the U13 boys and a right royal battle ensued with the boys winning by a point in the end.  This was a spirited performance by the girls with the comeback just falling short.  La na gClub finished with music and entertainment outside the clubhouse and as the weather closed in all agreed a fantastic day was had by all!
Many thanks to all who contributed and gave of their time to make this a very successful day.

Lá na gClub

U9 Camogie
The U9 girls are back in action as they took on Douglas in Carrigaline on Thursday evening in glorious sunshine. Twenty players turned out for 3 fifteen minute halves!!  After a slow start from both teams the girls competed very well and as the games progressed  they improved which bodes well for the rest of the year. Well done to all.

Munster Champions!

Well Done to the Cork Minor Camogie Team who defeated Tipperary on a scoreline of 6-11 to 7-12 in Lattin-Cullen this afternoon. 
Carrigaline Camogie club was well represented both on the pitch and on the sideline by players Rachel O'Shea and Ellen Twomey, Mentors John Middleton and Graeme McIcer, as well as 'mascots' Lauren & Chloe Middleton and Aoife McIver

Well Done to the Carrigdhoun U16 Camogie team who won the Interdivisional Blitz last Saturday. Carrigdhoun overcame Imokilly and Carberry in the qualifiers before they met Seandún in the final. This was a closely fought contest throughout with only a point between the sides at both half and full time time. Seandún were ahead 2-2 to 2-3 at the short whistle, with Carrigdhoun goals coming courtesy of Aoibhinn Kidney and Caoimhe Coghlan.  Despite Seandún increasing their lead with a goal shortly after the restart, Carrigdhoun managed to edge ahead with points from Geraldine Collins, Kayleigh O Connor, Eimear Mc Andrews and Aoibhinn Kidney. Carrigdhoun were deserving winners in the end on a scoreline of 2-8 to 3-4. Captain Kiera O'Leary (Carrigaline) was presented with the cup, while Eimear McAndrews (Ballygarvan) had her contribution recognised when she was awarded player of the tournament. 

Carrigaline Camogie Club was well 
represented with 5 players on the team; Avril Pratt, Caoimhe Coghlan, Kayleigh O Connor, Kiera O Leary (Capt.) and Róisín Murray. Well done girls!

On Saturday 1st February the Carrigaline Camogie Club celebrated a wonderful year for the Club with a Victory Dance at the Carrigaline Court Hotel.  The club has had a very successful year culminating in the success of the Intermediate players winning their County Final.  On the night Mr. Conor Cusack, former Cork Senior Hurler was the guest speaker and there to present the winning team with their county medals and inspire them for the forthcoming season.  Chairperson Ms. Jan Foster congratulated the team and the club on a very successful year, and she also emphasised that this achievement could not be reached without the huge support and work undertaken by the committee, trainers, mentors and parents at all age levels. Presentations were also made to the following

Cork U – 16:     Hayley Fitzgerald & Ellen Twomey
Cork U – 18:      Rachel O’Shea & Mairead Maguire
U – 18 Club Person of the Year:  Laura Dwane
Adult Club Person of the year/Jo Maye Cup:  Sandra Moran
A huge thank you to all involved in organising this great night especially Gillian Kiely, Brian Maye and Marie Scully.  

Congratulations to our Intermediate Camogie team who beat Tracton in the County Final replay on a scoreline of 0-9 - 2-02. Thanks to everyone who came out to support the team in both games, and all through the year. 

Cork Colleges Camogie recently held their end of year celebrations and prize giving ceremony. Pictured below are Sophie Kelleher, Rachel O Regan, Molly Ryan, Lisa Kiely, Eadaoin Coughlan and Kate O Connell who all represented Carrigaline Camogie Club on Cork Colleges teams this year.

Well Done Girls!

Well Done also to Kayleigh O Connor who was selected for the Cork U15 relay skill team that competed at half time in the Senior Camogie Championship semi-final in Semple Stadium. Cork came 3rd and all of the girls were presented with a jersey.

Carrigaline Camogie Club Gathering
On September 15th Carrigaline Camogie Club held a gathering to celebrate 21 years since its re-formation in 1992. We had an action packed day that started with the annual Philip O Doherty Memorial walk, from the GAA club, to Drake's Pool and back again.

After the walk, we walked Galway take the honours in the All-Ireland Camogie Final. Next up was a Minor challenge game against St. Joseph's Doorabarefield, of Clare. Former club coach, Ger Hoey was a member of St. Joseph's when he returned to his native Clare and his daughter Caoimhe was part of the team on the day.

Half time entertainment was provided by past players, who returned for their own challenge game.

Later in the evening, presentations were made to many past players, committee members and coaches all played a huge part in keeping camogie alive in Carrigaline over the last 21 years.

Many thanks to all who attended the day's events and helped make the Gathering such a great day. Thanks also to the gathering committee, Emily Power, Marie Scully, Orla Bower, Rosarie O Leary, Harry O Sullivan and Gillian Kiely who put a huge effort into organising the day.

Congratulations to All-Ireland Champion Ellen Twomey, who was on the Cork U-1`6 team that defeated Waterford in the final recently.
Ellen paid a visit to our Street Leagues training session last Saturday morning, where she spoke to our younger players and showed off the cup. |Hopefully some of those young girls will follow in her footsteps and bring more All-Ireland success to Carrigaline Camogie Club.

Féile Skills Star Competition 2013
Well Done to Lisa Kiely who won the Cork section of the Féile Skills Star competition. This involved ground striking skills, free taking, long puck, jab lifting, soloing and striking. Lisa came 4th in the All-Ireland Féile Skillstar competition in Rathkeale this weekend. Lisa had a perfect score in her first three rounds , where she displayed the skills of ground striking, jab lifting and striking on the run, jab lift, soloing and striking for goal. She was very unlucky to lose out on the prizes by the narrowest of margins in the final round.

We were delighted to be asked to take part in the inaugural U13 Blitz organised by Mayfield Garda Station and Brian Dillon's Camogie Club. 12 teams took part on the day, and in the qualifying stages we played Sarsfields, St. Vincent's and Bishopstown, winning all three games. This earned them a spot in the semi-final where they overcame St. Finbarr's. They were very unlucky to lose out to a strong Blarney team in the final, but were happy to come away with the Shield. There were some excellent performances from Jessica Fleming who marshalled the goal with great confidence throughout the day,  Megan Ahern and Rachel O Regan defended superbly in the full and half back lines respectively, while Lauren Middleton, Danú NíThuama, Sophie Kelleher and Mollie Barrett all made great scoring contributions during the day. Well done to all of our U-13 girls who put in a fantastic effort on a very hot, sunny day.

Pan Celtic 2013
Our Intermediate team played Iniscarra (Cork), Myshall (Carlow), St. Vincents (Dublin) Glynn-Barntown (Wexford).
Our U16 team played Na Piarsaigh (Cork) Clara (Kilkenny) Mt. Leinster Rangers (Carlow) and St. Brigids (Armagh). After winning all of their qualifying games they were unlucky to lose out to St. Cillians (Offaly) in the final.

Well done 
to Mairead Maguire and Rachel O Shea who represented Carrigaline on the Cork U18 team who reached the Munster and All Ireland Finals.

Despite Cork's loss, our young players had a great day out at the recent All-Ireland Camogie Final in Croke Park. 

All Ireland 2012

Carrigaline -v- Barryroe, U14 County Semi-Final, 30/09/2012
Photos courtesy of Seán O' Leary.

Summer Camp 2012

This year's summer camp was a great success with over 50 girls and 6 coaches participating over the 3 days. The girls learned lots of new skills such as freetaking, sideline cuts, soloing picking . All of the girls who took part looked pretty in pink, after donning their exclusively designed O' Neill's summer camp jersey. We were lucky enough to have our own Nicholas Murphy as well as Cork's Orla Cotter come and talk the girls about their experiences of playing at Intercounty level. We were also very fortunate in the club this year to be well represented on various Cork teams, from Primary Development teams up to Intermediate level. On the final day of the camp these Carrigaline and Cork players also visited to show our young players the possibilities that are open to them as well as the wealth of talent we have on our own doorstep. 

Harry and the U-9 team that took part in the Go Games Gala 25/8/2012

Well Done to our U-18 team who beat Millstreet in the U18 League Final. 

Carrigaline racked up a tally of 5 unanswered points during the first half, but Milstreet stole 2 goals against the run of play just before the half time whistle to leave the bare minimum between the teams.

Both sides fought tooth and nail in the second half, but Carrigaline pushed ahead on the scoreboard. As the match neared the final whistle Carrigaline were the stronger unit, with all 13 players giving their all. 

After a fantastic display of Camogie the game ended Carrigaline 3-8 Milstreet 3-2
It was a well deserved victory for this Carrigaline team, as they have been knocking on the door for the past few years.  .

Team: Orla Crowley, Mairead Maguire, Leanne Fitzgerald, Ruan McSweeney, Tara O Connor, Janelle Stanton, Anna O Keeffe, Ellen Twomey, Aoife Mehegan, Toni Scully,  Jodie Meehan, Niamh Malone, Rachel O Shea, Fiona Crowley, Eimear Doyle, Emily Phelan, Yvonne Drake, Lauren Andrews.

Photos to follow. 

Carrigaline U-9s who played Douglas 12/06/2012

U-8's who played Ballincollig 9/6/12

Carrigaline U-10's who played Inniscarra in Go-Games League 5/6/2012

Carrigaline U-12 who beat Ballincollig in Go Games League 1/6/2012

Carrigaline U-11's who played Ballincollig in Go-Games League 30/5/2012

U-16 B Munster Champions
Cork U16B team who beat Waterford to claim Munster title, including Rachel O Shea, Carrigaline.

Pan Celtic - Carlow - 2012
This year 52 members of Carrigaline Camogie Club travelled to the Pan Celtic Festival, which was hosted in Carlow. We entered teams in both the U-16 and Adult competitions.

Our U-16's started strong with a win against Salthill (Galway) but unfortunately they lost to both Douglas and Toomevara (Tipperary) and so they did not qualify for the finals.

Our Intermediate team won their first two games against Camross and Cumann Baire Setanta (both Carlow0 and were narrowly defeated in their final group game against Mount Leinster Rangers (Dublin). They were very unlucky to lose out by 3points in the semi-final against strong Myshall (Carlow) team.

Despite not bringing home any silverware, the weekend was a great success for both teams and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the trip. Carrigaline Camogie Club would like to thank all the volunteers who travelled and helped out over the weekend, all of those who sponsored the event or supported the fundraising efforts and finally thanks to Jenny Duffy and the Coiste Pan Cheilteach who organised the event so well. We look forward to returning to Carlow for Pan Celtic 2013

Pan Celtic

Under 12 Go-Games 
The first U-12 divisional Go-Games Blitz was held in Ballinhassig last weekend.
We played Ballinhassig, Crosshaven and Tracton and everybody had a great day.

Our U-12s also played against Brian Dillon's in a friendly match recently.

Indoor Blitzes
The Carrigdhoun Board once again hosted an Indoor Blitz for our U-8s, U-9s and U-10s.
We entered a team in each competition, and all teams played at least 3 games. 
All girls had a great time.
Our U-8 Indoor Team

Official Opening of Camogie Pitch at Castle Road

The official opening of the Camogie Grounds at Castle Road took place on Sunday 25th March. The ribbon was cut by Cork native, Joan O' Flynn, President of Cumann Camógaíochta. All clubs were represented by 2 underage players, who released balloons to celebrate the opening.

St. Patrick's Day Parade

St.Patrick's Day Parade

U-16 2011 Shield Final

U16 2011 Shield Final

2011 Adult / U18 Presentations

Maria Moran who was awarded Senior Player/Club Personality of the year. Pictured are Thos Maye and Marie Scully, Cathaoirleach, presenting Maria with the Jo Maye Perpetual Cup and medal.

Niamh Crowley, being awarded U-18 Player/Club Personality of the year, by Tom Jones (U-18 Selector) Nuala O Connor (U-18 Selector) and Marie Scully, Cathaoirleach.

Incoming Cathaoirleach, Marie Scully, making a presentation to outgoing Cathaoirleach, Eleanor O Keeffe, in recognition of her hard work, dedication and commitment to Carrigaline Camogie Club over the past 10 years, especially in her role as Cathaoirleach.

Marie Scully, Cathaoirleach, making a presentation to Charlie Mehegan in recognition of his contribution to Carrigaline Camogie Club.


Amy Maye and Anna O Keeffe, who both represented Carrigaline Camogie Club on the Cork U-16 team in 2011.

Marie Scully, Cathaoirleach, and Jan Kiernan, Rúnaí, making a presentation to Paddy Cronin of Rosies Bar, who generously sponsored our trip to Dingle for the Pan Celtic 2011.

All photos from the Awards Evening courtesy of Howard Crowdy.

2011 U-13 League Final

U13 SE League Final

2011 U-18 County Final

2011 Pan Celtic

2007 U-16 County Champions

2006 Trip to the All-Ireland Final

2006 Summer Camp

2006 Philip O Doherty Memorial Walk

2006 U-14 Team

2006 U-10 Indoor Teams

2005 Féile Team

2005 Philip O Doherty Memorial Walk

2004 U-11

2003 Pan Celtic

2003 U-12 Team

2003 U-11 Team

2002 U-11 Team

2002 Junior A County Champions

2001 Junior B County Champions

2000 Junior B League Champions

2000 U-13 South East Champions

1998 U-16 Team

1995 U-16 South East and County Champions

1956 Team