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  • n. A stick-and-ball sport from Ireland played by women, almost identical to hurling.


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  • There is also "camogie" which is like hurling, except that in fights the hair may be pulled as well.

    Irish Blogs

  • SUN Irish Sport Group Open Field demonstrations, information and instruction promoting the Irish sports of camogie, Gaelic football and hurling for anyone interested in joining a men's, women's or youth team, noon-3 p.m.

    The Seattle Times

  • We have a strategy which focuses on participation and growing the game of camogie.

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  • Coaching and games plans in handball, camogie and ladies football. - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • All eyes will be on the semi-final draw tomorrow after the conclusion of the round-robin phase of the Gala All-Ireland senior camogie championship today.

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  • Kilkenny, Wexford, Galway and Cork go into the hat, giving camogie followers the prospect of two mouth-watering pairings in a fortnight.

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  • Each county has received €250,000 to "either invest in county-type facilities or distribute between clubs", while €1 million will be split betweenhandball, ladies football and camogie. Breaking News

  • The four semi-finalists for the Gala All-Ireland senior hurling camogie championship have been confirmed as Wexford, Galway and Kilkenny all recorded victories, and Tipperary's defeat by the Model County ensured the progression of Cork, who had the weekend off.

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  • The deceased had been planning to go to mass that Saturday evening and play camogie the following morning.

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  • A thrilling end game and the unvarnished celebrations that followed made the slightly disappointing spectacle of the Gala All-Ireland camogie final all worthwhile Breaking News


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  • See camóg.

    April 13, 2009

  • “There, a friendly Irish waitress started peppering her with questions, most important of which was: Did Ms. Lavery play camogie, the female version of hurling?�?

    The New York Times, The Fading of the Green, by Sophia Hollander, April 10, 2009

    April 13, 2009