Nab a chance to play at the All-Ireland Camogie Final and WIN €7,000! 3 years ago

Nab a chance to play at the All-Ireland Camogie Final and WIN €7,000!

Brought to you by Liberty Insurance.

Fancy the chance of playing at the All-Ireland Camogie Final?

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Well, as official sponsor of the All-Ireland Camogie Championships, Liberty Insurance have joined Her and SportsJOE in a bid to find young Camogie players who have gained skills on the pitch that have helped them in their daily lives off the pitch.

For that once-in-a-lifetime chance to play at half-time at Croke Park during the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Final (as well as bagging a cool €7,000 for your club!) all you need do is tell us how Camogie made you or your team ready for the real world (for example it might have helped you in work, with a friendship, with school or studying, or to overcome a challenge).

See the positive impact sports had on All-Ireland Camogie champion, Mags D'Arcy

This is what you need to do:

  • Tell us in max. 150 words what skills camogie has given you that have helped you in other areas of your life. (Closing date for entries is August 7.)
  • The 10 best entries will need to submit a video telling their Camogie Made Me story.
  • The videos (five from Her and five from SportsJOE) will then be whittled down to just two with the help of an online poll.

The two finalists will be announced on August 21 and will train with representatives from Her and SportsJOE before the final live skills challenge on September 9.

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The winning team will nab €7,000 for their club while the runner-up will win €3,000. The other eight shortlisted clubs will all bag a prize of €500 each. Everyone wins!

So to get playing your favourite game with the gang in Croke Park AND the chance to win thousands of euro, simply fill in the form below.

Good luck!

Brought to you by Liberty Insurance, Official Sponsor of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championships.

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