The 2014 Camogie Congress will take place in the Armagh City Hotel on Friday and Saturday, March 28th and 29th. Amongst the items on a busy Congress agenda is that of the election of an Uachtaran Tofa on Saturday afternoon. The current Ulster Camogie Chairperson Kathleen Woods and the former Leinster Camogie Chairperson Catherine Neary are the two candidates vying for the position.
On Friday night, a series of workshops will also take place including a briefing on Child Protection and Welfare and also the new arrangements for Feile 2014 which takes place across Ulster in June. A consultation on the One Association Model will also take place later that night, commencing at 8.30pm.
Trevor Ringland, MBE, a former rugby international who represented Ulster, Ireland and the British and Irish Lions has also been confirmed as the guest speaker at the Association’s Conference banquet on Saturday evening. Trevor, who chairs the One Small Step Campaign, is also the Northern Ireland Conservatives’ spokesman for social development and culture, sports and leisure.
To read a copy of the Camogie Association Annual Congress Papers and report from CEO of the Association Joan O’Flynn, click on the below links.