Camogie Association to redraw 2021 schedule after clubs vote in favour of split-season

May 11, 2021

Galway's Sarah Dervan with Jean Kelly of Tipperary. ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo.

The Camogie Association has confirmed plans to redraw its 2021 fixtures schedule after 53% of clubs voted in favour of a split-season format, the inter-county leagues which get underway this weekend and All-Ireland championships taking place before the club window opens.

The original proposal to start the camogie season with the inter-county leagues before switching to the club championships and then finishing off with the All-Ireland championships was strongly opposed by inter-county players.

The Gaelic Players Association has welcomed the news following the results of the poll which was voted by 62% of clubs: “We thank the Camogie Association for taking the time to pause and reflect on the fixtures schedule and for their constructive engagement with us in the last ten days.”

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