One of the Claremorris Camogie Club underage teams.

South Mayo camogie club seeks passionate coaches for underage teams

Claremorris Camogie Club is making an appeal for new coaching talent to join their ranks, with a particular focus on their Under 16 and Under 14 teams.

The club has a proud tradition in underage camogie but is struggling to recruit coaches for these sides in particular and does not want to risk not being able to field at these grades.

Claremorris Camogie find themselves at a crucial juncture where the need for enthusiastic, knowledgeable and committed coaches has never been more critical.

The Under 16 and Under 14 teams are at the very heart of this structure, serving as vital stepping stones in the athletic and personal development journeys of their young players. They are continuing to develop at the club, recently adding a minor team to their ranks.

The club is appealing to individuals within the community and beyond who have a passion for camogie, a dedication to youth development, and a desire to make a significant impact on the lives of young athletes to consider coming on board for this season.

The chairperson of Claremorris Camogie Club, Rebecca Fahy, said: “We’ve been making huge strides within the club to continue to develop and expand, including the addition of a minor team this year. However, with any expansion comes the need for additional volunteers and we are now in dire need of coaches at Under 14 and Under 16 levels.”

She continued: “We would appeal to anyone who can help us out to contact us, so that we can continue to provide camogie at these age levels.”

Interested candidates should email their expression of interest to Rebecca Fahy on The deadline for receipt of applications is Tuesday, April 16.