Camogie in Australia - Special Report

Camogie in Australia - Special Report

See how Camogie is catching on in Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane where the newest GAA club in the world has had remarkable success at the recent 2011 Australasia Games. 

Roisin Brouder (Limerick) and Orla Carey (Offaly) explain how they set up the Emeralds Camogie Club, which includes home-born Aussie Amber Murray and Amy Lynch from Canada.

Cormac McAnallen Chairman Liam O'Hara and Evelyn O'Brien at Central Coast say the game is now taken seriously in Sydney, while Cork girl Maria Twomey has give Camogie new life at the Sinn Fein club in Melbourne. 

Finally, Camogie President Joan O'Flynn praises the efforts in Australia. 

This special report is included on the double DVD 'The Irish in Australia', available from

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