Dublin Senior Camogie Open Night- simply wonderful

(03 Aug 2018)

Hundreds of children, parents and mentors of all ages and from all Clubs attended the Dublin Senior Camogie open training session at DCU on Thursday August 2nd.The atmosphere was amazing and unlike last year the weather was great.

There was something extra special about this session, the one before the girls go to battle with Galway in the Liberty Insurance All Ireland Quarter Final at Pairc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday 4th August.

The girls wont wear their usual AIG jerseys but will very proudly wear the jersey with "Aoibheann's Pink Tie" on the front of their jersey, a swap that AIG have kindly done to help promote this wonderful charity who helps families of those who's children have the dreaded cancer.

Battles of a different kind, the girls have huge battle to win to the QF of an All Ireland Final to reach the next step towards their dream, and on the other side we have families who battle to clear their children of cancer..... Yes, absolutely poles and poles  apart, everyone has their dreams but thanks to AIG we are all becoming aware to one anothers dreams and wishes, be them in sport, health or happiness. 

So many people offerd their services for the event, to name a few,  Zara Tarr a 16 year old Camogie player from `na `fianna, after doing a day's volunteering at the DCU camps, did duty at the gate to collect funds for this charity. 

Brendan Cooper represented the Dublin Camogie County Board and greeted all from FM 104, The Herald Sport and We Are Dublin GAA. Carla Hayes the assistant PRO took up photography duty and all pix will be posted soon

Many thanks to all who turned up, the girls really appreciate your continued support #COYGIB

 

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