WATCH: Camogie Association launch 2017 All-Ireland Championships

Official launch of the 2017 Camogie Championships.

This year’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championship has received a huge boost with confirmation that all of the knockout matches of the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship will be broadcast live on RTÉ television for the very first time.

The Camogie Association caught up with some of the players at this year’s Liberty Insurance Ireland All-Ireland Championship launch about how they prepare for games and how they will #RaiseTheBar in 2017!

Video courtesy of the Camogie Association.

2017 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championship Launch

We caught up with some of the players at this year's Liberty Insurance Ireland All-Ireland Championship launch about how they prepare for games and how they will #RaiseTheBar in 2017!Leinster Camogie Munster Camogie Ulster Camogie Connacht Camogie Official GAA

Posted by Camogie on Wednesday, June 7, 2017

 

Liberty Insurance also announced that it will run an innovative summer campaign – ‘Squad Goals’ – designed to find Ireland’s most skilful Camogie squad.

Having broadcast the 2016 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Semi-Finals live for the first time, RTÉ have now committed to broadcasting this year’s Quarter-Finals, as well as the showpiece All-Ireland Finals in Croke Park on Sunday, September 10th.

In addition the Camogie Association also announced a new initiative for Intermediate and Premier Junior Championship counties to produce match highlights from selected matches throughout the summer. Funding will be made available to counties to record matches and produce highlights to be released via the Association’s Social Media channels.

 

 

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