Famous Camogie names elected to CCAO committee

At the recent CCAO AGM a number of famous Camogie faces were elected for the 2016/17 CCAO camogie term.


Continuing his second term as President Stephen Hoary was re-elected as president. Hoary is no stranger to camogie as he has managed a number of Dublin camogie squads and recently started a camogie team in his home town of Portarlington called Banríon Gaels Camogie Club. Helena Jacob was elected as vice-president as the Wexford native is an active camogie person on and off the field. Jacob has managed both Wexford camogie and WIT and played with her club Oulart-The Ballagh. Former secretary Michelle Molloy had resigned with work commitments. Grainne Ryan of Dublin was elected secretary, Ryan a Dublin camogie player. Ian Mitchell of Wexford was elected as vice-secretary. UL and Tipperary camogie player Sarah Fryday was elected treasurer while Dublin and Lucan Sarsfield’s Mairi Moynihan was elected vice-treasurer.   The second committee member to remain in place was Ann Marie Guinan as PRO, Guinan both Offaly camogie’s and her club Drumcullen’s PRO. 2016 All-Star with Kilkenny and former Ashbourne All-Star with WIT Colette Dormer was elected Registrar. The development office role was filled by Denis Forde from Marino Institute of Education. Forde has a long history with the development of camogie and has recently ran a Division three blitz to promote camogie at third level in smaller colleges.

Committee in Full:
President; Stephen Hoary
Vice President; Helena Jacob
Secretary; Grainne Ryan
Vice-secretary: Ian Mitchell
Treasurer; Sarah Fryday
Vice-treasurer: Mairi Moynihan
PRO; Ann Marie Guinan
Registrar; Collette Dormer
Development Officer; Denis Forde


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