AUDIO: Camogie CEO Catherine Neary After Launch of Developement Plan
"Our Sport, Our Future"
The Camogie Association have launched their National Development Plan for the next four years at an event in Croke Park, preceding the All Ireland Camogie Club Finals.
CEO Joan O'Flynn presented the document to the attending members of the organisation as a vision to further the game of Camogie as part of an inclusive Gaelic Games family delivering a positive experience for parents from child to adult, and embracing the associations future as well as it's past.
The plan contains four strategic action areas; On the pitch - supporting players, coaches and match officials. In the Public eye - raising the profile of Camogie. Off the pitch - Building sustainable organisational structures, and finally Aontas - Strengthening relationships.
Click PLAY below to hear our interview with Camogie Association President Catherine Neary at today's launch, she discusses the different elements of this plan and also comments on the controversy surrounding the regrading of Cork Players.
Pictures above (left to right), Catherine Neary, Camogie Association President, John Treacy, Sport Ireland CEO, Joan O'Flynn Camogie Association CEO.
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