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Congratulations to Keeley Corbett Barry from @DLSGAA who was awarded the @GranvilleWford / @wlrfm monthly award for October. Keeley had a super performance in the Senior County Final Vs Gaillitr. Keeley is also a valued member of the Waterford Senior Camoige Team.

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1948 All Ireland winning medal of Daithi de Paor from Waterford was stolen yesterday. The medal hangs on a gold chain. Gardaí have advised that we spread the word among our GAA family. As you can understand this family heirloom is a devastating loss.

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MATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Beth Carton's Experience

From the age of 3, a hurley was placed in my hand and from there it began. From Saturday morning beginners, to under 12 championship on a Friday evening, to putting on the De La Salle and Waterford Senior Camogie jerseys. Camogie has provided me with endless moments where I can forget about the strains and stresses of all other aspects of life, whether its expending energy running around a pitch with 30 other girls following the one sliotar or spending many hours in the ball alley or in the pitch on my own perfecting my skills. Camogie for me means lifelong friendships and cherished memories. Little did I know starting out that one simple game could mean so much.

 

 

Beth Carton
Trish Jackman

Trish Jackman's Experience

I started playing for Gailltir in 1998 when I was 7. I was very fortunate to be called up to the Waterford teams at underage and adult level. After the 2003 U16 win, we had a few defeats in finals, but it was so special to be part of the journey from junior to senior at adult level, seeing the game grow in popularity across the county. Being part of the Gailltir and Waterford camogie journeys taught me so much about life and I’m exceptionally grateful that I can call so many people in these communities friends for life.

 

Testimonials

See what people say about Waterford Camogie! 
I take great pride in having my daughter involved in Camogie. Apart from being one of our nations treasured sports, it’s fun and where life long friends are made. I am also delighted at how Camogie has now come to the forefront of the GAA. This is testament to the committees and coaches involved for many years driving and promoting the sport and none more than Waterford Camogie. It gives great encouragement to the young girls today to see players like Beth Carton and Aine Lyng receiving All Star awards. It gives them belief that they too may some day don the blue and white for their County.
Parent, Gailltir Club
Thank you to everyone involved with organising camogie development squad for the girls. From zoom trainings, through weekly training plans and extra webinars you proved your true commitment and dedication to our girls which is very much appreciated. My daughter learned a lot over those few months and feels comfortable and strong to start new season on the field. Thank you!
Parent, Lismore Club