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p The Dublin U14 and Senior Puc Fada will take place in the Phoenix Park on Wednesday 26 June at 7pm. Clubs are asked to send one representative to take part in the U14 competition and one representative to take part in the senior competition. Players must wear correct camogie attire, skort, Jersey, socks etc. Please forward the names of your players An Rúnaí ASAP if you have not already done so.

pPlease also note that the Leinster Puc Fada takes place on Saturday 29th June and the Dublin winners must be available to take part in that competition on the 29th

pCongratulations to the Dublin juniors on their great win 1-15 to 0-7 over Offaly in the Liberty Insurance Camogie Junior A championship on Sunday 23 June in Parnell Park.

pTough luck on the Dublin seniors who were hugely disappointed by their decisive defeat to Offaly in their opening game of the Liberty Insurance Senior Championship at O'Toole Park on Saturday. Highlights were shown on RTÉ's Sunday Game.

pWell done to the Dublin under 16B players who turned around an eight point first half deficit to record a great victory over Tipperary in the All-Ireland Under 16B championship.

pTough luck for the Dublin under 16A team which lost to Cork on Sunday in the All Ireland championship.

pOn Sunday 30 June the Juniors are away to Cavan while the under 16As welcome Limerick to the capital.

pThere will no County Board meeting in August. Next County Board meeting will be Monday, 9 September.

pBest of luck to Dublin's Lucan Sarsfields (Div.1) and Ballinteer St. Johns (Div.3) who take part in National Féile in Limerick from 5-7 July.

pThe National Referees Academy was launched by the President of the Camogie Association Aileen Lawlor at Croke Park on Saturday June 15th. Congratulation to Dublin's Fiona Ní Shúilleabháin and Jenny Byrne who are included among the 12 referees selected for this year's Academy.

pApplications are now being taken for this year's Advanced Summer Camp (Camogie coaching for girls 13-16 years) at Thomas Davis (southside) and Fingallians (northside) from 22 - 24 July. Closing date for applications is 12 July 2012. Further details and application form on www.camogie.ie

pThe Camogie Association's second annual Hurl Smart week, in partnership with the Nutrition & Health Foundation ran from the 17th to the 23rd and was a great success. Well done to Eve Talbot and Castleknock club on providing an excellent varied programme for the Hurl/Smart week.

pwww.camogie.ieThe Dublin U13 Development Management team are inviting clubs to nominate 2 girls born in the year 2000 to attend a School of Excellence session on Saturday 17th August in Phoenix Park. Club Secretary should send nominated players' names and contact phone number for parent/guardian to Joe Leonard at joe.leonard@anpost.ie or leonardsjt@eircom.net by July 26th 2013. See www.dublincamogie for full details.


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