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The Beacon Hospital All-Ireland Camogie 7s Series took place on Saturday 6th August.

It was a brilliant day celebrating Camogie with some excellent games. Congratulations to all teams who took part in the series. After a day of fierce competition on the pitch, St Martin’s from Wexford came out on top to win the Proinnsías Ó Crónín Cup! St Martin’s beat Clonduff from Down in the final match of the day.

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Beacon Hospital All-Ireland 7s Series Camogie
Saturday 6th August

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‬Feel free to reach out to our Camogie Organiser.


The All-Ireland Camogie 7’s returned this year to its normal format for the 49th consecutive year. The competition is contested by 32 clubs from around the country competing in both the Cup and Shield competitions catering for all skill levels. The pandemic didn’t put a stop to the competition which moved to an online skills competition with clubs from around the world taking part in the first global Camogie tournament series.


Buffers Alley of Co. Wexford were the inaugural winners of the Cup competition and alongside St. Pauls of Co. Kilkenny have won the competition on six separate occasions. This year saw teams battling it out to try take the title away from reigning champions De La Salle of Co. Waterford.

Issy Davis & Camogie Trophy
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Kilmacud Crokes is delighted to host the

2022 Beacon Hospital All-Ireland 7s Series. 

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