U-14 county camogie underway
THE 2014 U-14 camogie development squad got together on Thursday to set the new season in motion.
A gloriously sunny evening in the Ballinakill Centre of Excellence was the perfect backdrop to the exciting season ahead.
There was a great turn out of aspiring future County players and oodles of talent in the 35 girls who signed up for the first session.
The came from east and west, north and south - all ready to play camogie in the name of County Wicklow.
Their season will consist of two parts: 1: a number of squad training sessions where the emphasis will be on developing the individual skill of each participant which in turn helps the players own home club when they play in club league and championship throughout the summer and 2: playing in a number of blitzes organised by different counties throughout Leinster.
They will also play in the Leinster Council organised blitz on May 18. The high point of their season will be the All-Ireland blitz on Saturday, September 13 and their appearance in the Parade of Counties in Croke Park on All-Ireland camogie finals day - Sunday, September 14.
It's still not too late to join. Get yourself to Ballinakill on Thursday of this week and you will be very welcome to become involved - open to registered Camogie players born in 2000 and 2001.
The County Camogie Board is grateful to Wicklow County GAA Board for giving these girls access to the wonderful facilities in Ballinakill.
Pictured at the 2013 All Ireland Camogie Blitz last September with Aileen Lawlor, National Camogie Association President are: Orla Kealy (Knockananna), Sarah Barnes (Annacurra), Emily Hadden (Knockananna), Aoife Gorman (Knockananna), Megan Kennedy (Glenealy) and Erynn O'Brien (Glenealy).