Castleknock GAA provides camogie at all age-groups from nursery through juvenile, minor and up to adult.


Following a hugely successful year in 2021, and the winning of the Senior 2 championship, our 1st team have been promoted to Senior 1.  This is the highest level our club have played in camogie, in it’s reasonably short history.  


Our Adult Camogie teams now play at Senior 1, Junior 4, Junior 7 and Minor levels.  
There is something for everyone, so get in touch with the appropriate contact below.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Adult Camogie Team Contacts

  • Adult Camogie A:  Kevin Broderick,  086 806 4230
  • Adult Camogie B:  Philip Bourke,     086 850 4574
  • Adult Camogie C:  Contact Ollie Coffey, 087 4185183

Ladies Chairperson:

Adult Camogie County Board Delegate:

  • Jim Mahony,  087 233 8962  
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Thank You to sponsor - PitaPit Ireland

Sponsor - Mazda Motor Group

Thank You to Minor sponsor - MSL Motors

Minor Ladies Football Team Contacts

  • Ladies Minor Football A: Tom Quinn, 085 861 9234
  • Ladies Minor Football B: Peter Fitzpatrick,  086 040 5553
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Camogie Senior2 Champs 2021
Sponsor - Mazda Motor Group

Thank You to Minor sponsor - MSL Motors

Minor Ladies Football Team Contacts

  • Ladies Minor Football A: Tom Quinn, 085 861 9234
  • Ladies Minor Football B: Peter Fitzpatrick,  086 040 5553

Camogie Association News

Camogie Rule Changes - 10th April 2021

At the virtual Camogie congress today a number of new playing rules were voted on by County delegates. The following are the major changes
[❌] hand pass goal is no more
[❌] can’t drop the hurley
[❌] player taking free can’t cross 20m line to hit the ball
[✅] minimal contact is now allowed
[✅] penalty is one on one
[✅] goalkeeper may take a fast puck out
[✅] short socks may be worn (but has to be done by whole team-must be uniform)
These rules will come into effect 1 month from today #congress21 #camogie #newrules

Camogie Association Injury Scheme

Players are covered by the scheme when participating in an activity for Club or County including:

  1. Playing or officiating for the club in amateur matches or representative games
  2. Taking part in training organised by the club or representative body
  3. While proceeding directly to or returning directly from matches or training
  4. While taking part in any social activity organized by the club or representative

See more details in the Sports Personal Accident Insurance Cover FAQ

NOTE: If you need any assistance on submitting a claim, contact Club Secretary at secretary@castleknock.net

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