Executive Committee 2018

 

Position Name Club Contact
Chairperson Jenny Byrne Round Tower chairperson.dublin@camogie ie
Vice Chairperson Rachel Rogers Na Fianna

itsrachelrogers@yahoo.ie

 

Secretary Brendan Cooper  Na Fianna secretary.dublin@camogie.ie
Ass. Secretary Jim Shanahan Naomh Olaf  
Treasurer Pat Martin Naomh Bríd treasurer.dublin@camogie.ie
Ass. Treasurer Sandra Tarr Na Fianna sandracamogie@gmail.com
P.R.O. Martina McGilloway Lucan Sarsfields

pro.dublin@camogie.ie

087 1262131

Ass. P.R.O. Carla Hayes Naomh Barróg

carlaharte.hayes@gmail.com

083 1925910

Registrar Barbara Grennell St Oliver Plunkett/Eoghan Ruadh  
Child Safeguarding Officer Jo O'Reilly Naomh Uinsíonn childrensofficer.dublin@camogie.ie
       
Minor Board Chairperson Garry Beagan Lucan Sarsfields minorchair.dublin@gmail.com
Minor Board Secretary Margaret Byrne Lucan Sarsfields dublinminorcamogiesecretary@gmail.com
Leinster Delegate Mick Ward Naomh Fhionbarra  
Referee Coordinator Karl  Good Counsel  dublincamogieref@gmail.com

 

Executive Committee meetings are held on the first Monday of the month and as required.

 County Board Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at Parnell Park; Juvenile  Board meeting at 7pm, Adult Board meeting at 8pm.                 

Each County Board will be comprised of an Executive Committee and 2 voting delegates from each affiliated Club, who must be a registered member of that Club. Each County Board must have an Executive Committee to run its affairs. The powers and duties of the Executive Committee will include the day-to-day management and administration of Camogie within the county.

All official correspondence to an Rúnaí, Brendan Cooper at  secretary.camogie.dublin@gaa.ie

The County Board has an Executive Committee to run its affairs. The Executive Committee is charged with the day-to-day management and administration of Camogie within the county. Members of the Executive Committee are elected each year at Annual Convention. The Childrens' Officer is appointed by the Executive Committee.

The County Board will at all times organise, develop and promote camogie in Dublin to the best of its ability in accordance with An Treoraí Oifigiúil and in the light of new developments. The Board expects the highest standards from its members, officials, supporters and players.

The Board firmly places the emphasis on participation, development, promotion, sportsmanship, enjoyment and skill. We encourage all our players, especially our young players to develop their skills to the highest possible level and to enjoy playing this wonderful game of camogie.

 

                       

 

 





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