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Sunday 16 June 2019

A great day of craic and camogie in Kilcoole

Camogie

The foreigners, (l-r): Niamh Donnelly travelled from Scotland, Aisling McCabe travelled from Toronto, Emily Jennings home from Darwin, and Naomi Burke home from Sydney
The foreigners, (l-r): Niamh Donnelly travelled from Scotland, Aisling McCabe travelled from Toronto, Emily Jennings home from Darwin, and Naomi Burke home from Sydney
Players and coaches with Shane Vickers at the‘Hot Chocolate’ Christmas Camogie Blitz at Kilcoole GAA.

Kilcoole Camogie Club hosted its sixth annual 'Hot Chocolate' Christmas camogie blitz for for past, present and future players on Saturday last.

Past players home on holidays from Australia, England, Canada and Scotland amongst other places took part in the day and it was a great bit of craic.

Some quality camogie was played on the day with the returning emigrants quickly rediscovering their subtle and impressive skills.

Plenty of tasty hot chocolate was also consumed and a great time was had by all.

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