Kilmacud Crokes Camogie proudly presents...
The 2020 Baker Tilly All-Ireland Long Distance Camogie 7s
The Global Camogie Skills Competition
A Global Challenge
From your Own Club
Sometimes adversity brings opportunity, and the events of this unprecedented year have inspired us to hold this year's 47th annual Kilmacud Crokes Camogie 7s tournament in a new format.
We're delighted to open up the event to the global camogie diaspora by holding a global skills competition from the 17th to the 19th September 2020 to figure out which clubs have the most skilful players. Modelled loosely on the Féile Skills challenge but for adult players with the skills suitably increased in difficulty, there will be three competition grades, Cup, Shield and Plate. Clubs will take part from their own club grounds, connected through the power of social media with their competitors around Ireland and the rest of the world. Teams will consist of 10 players with the top 7 scores counted for each skill.
6 skills, over 2 rounds of competition to find who is the most skilful Camogie club of them all without having to leave your own club grounds.
Update: This just in. We had a great chat with the folks in Atlanta Camogie about the event. You can hear the podcast here....
Entry In the Spotlight
Na Tóraidhe, Philadelphia
Around 20 players
Our 2020 season was completely scrapped due to covid, no games or official tournaments permitted, it has been tough. This 7's tournament will be the pinnacle of our season, so it has been great to get out to training during the past few weeks, getting to see everyone, run around and blow off some steam and use this year to work on our foundational skills.
NOT YET FINAL!
Meet & Greet
Q & A Session
Core Camogie Skills
The Long Solo
Focus, speed and balance
Sometimes the field opens up in front of you and it's time to put on the burners. Here we'll test mastery of the solo with a timed run over the length of the pitch with more points for shorter times.
The 45m Free
Respect the Free Taker!
The skill on which many a game has turned, each player will have five 45s, one in front of goal, one each 20m out from the centre, and one each from the sideline. Scores for points over the bar.
The Long Puck
The Long Puck
The farther the better
When your marker has given you the room, the ball can be struck further faster than you could ever run it. Each player will have 3 chances to strike for distance with their longest strike to the sliotar's first bounce counted as their score.
The 20m Burst Run
First to the ball everytime
The unique fitness aspect of our code will be tested in a timed series of five sprint bursts from the end line to the 20m line and back with a brief pause between each one - the easiest way to win the ball is to get there before anyone else! Bigger scores for shorter times.
The Sideline Cut
The Sideline Cut
Harder than it looks!
When executed perfectly there is little else than can get the same roar from the crowd than a well taken sideline cut. Each player will have five cuts, one in front of goal, one each 20m out from the centre, and one each from the sideline. Scores for points over the bar.
What Could it Be?
There's more to our game than could ever be captured in just six skills so we're leaving this sixth one unannounced until the day of the competition - better practice everything just in case!
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