Full speed ahead for camogie championships in all grades
CONGRATULATIONS to all the Wicklow County League winners 2017: a double for Kiltegan in under-14 and under-16, Ballinacor claimed the Junior, Bray Emmets clinched the Intermediate and Knockananna are the Senior champions.
As the adult inter-county season proceeds without us - it’s time to get our local championships underway.
The Senior championship threw in last night with results of Round 1 fixtures: Ballinacor v Glenealy and Knockananna v Carnew Emmets unavailable as we go to print.
Next week sees action in all grades on Tuesday, August 15. Senior: Ballinacor v Knockananna and Glenealy v Donard-The Glen.
The first game of the Intermediate championship is Kilcoole against Avondale while the Junior championship opens with Aughrim taking on Arklow Rocks and Annacurra doing battle with Éire Óg Greystones.
Development squad actions continues with the under-15 All-Ireland blitz played out in Dublin last weekend.
The under-14 development squad travelled to the blitz in Kilkenny on Saturday and they travel to Rathcoffey for the Kildare blitz on Saturday, August 12.
The under-16s play the semi-final of their All-Ireland competition on Sunday, August 13, in Dublin. We wish them the best of Luck against their Monaghan oppo- sition.
Friday, August 10, brings us to Round 10 of the under-12 county mini league.
Fixtures are: Avondale v Eire Og, Kiltegan v Kilcoole, Donard/ Glen v Arklow Rocks, Annacurra v Glenealy, Carnew v Knockananna and Aughrim v Avoca.
The Wicklow under-12 camogie development squad who attended a blitz in Kilkenny recently.
Manager Kevin O’Brien speaks to his troops during a coaching session in Hollywood.