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Dublin school match ticket Ticket for a Dublin school’s camogie match between Scoil Caitriona and Collaiste Dominic in Coolock.
Courtesy of Cumann Camógaíochta na nGael
Ladies Football Letter, Early History An extract outlining the early history of ladies football in Offaly prior to an exhibition game by Offaly Ladies Football team in London.
© GAA Oral History Project
Camogie Programme, 1945 Programme for a camogie match between Cork and a Leinster Selection held in the Mardyke, Cork, on the 24th June 1945. Of particular interest is the advertisement for Margaret Magner’s Salon, urging ladies to call in for their holiday perm.
Courtesy of Cumann Camógaíochta na nGael
Pat Kinsella Behind every good man is a good woman — the story of Pat Kinsella, whose husband Mick was Wexford County Secretary during the county's succesful All-Ireland campaign in 1996.
Source: ‘Wexford 1996, The Road to Glory Volume II’
Isle of Man Programme, 1988 Flyer outlining the details of a trip to the Isle of Man for the Fourth All-Ireland Adult Easter Festival of Gaelic Sport in 1988. Football, hurling, and camogie will all be played in an attempt to permanently establish Gaelic games in the Isle of Man. This flyer illustrates the close links between ladies' and men's Gaelic sports, despite the independence of the ladies' governing bodies from the GAA.
Courtesy of Cumann Camógaíochta na nGael


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