The fastest field game in the world played by women

John West

Féile na nGael

8th June - 10th June

Skills Competition

23rd June

Roscommon Clubs Hosting

- Athleague

- Four Roads

- Oran

- Padraig Pearses

- Roscommon Gaels

- St.Dominic's

- Tulsk


In order to strengthen current best practice in Child Safeguarding by the Camogie Association, Ard Chomhairle has decided that from February 1st 2018 no underage Camogie activity will be allowed within and across Units at all levels unless a Children's Officer is appointed and in place throughout the season.


County: Patricia Torpey

  • Athleague: Brid Tiernan
  • Boyle: Mary Flanagan
  • Four Roads: Maire O'Brien
  • Oran: Anne Carroll
  • Padraig Pearses: Edel Costello
  • Roscommon Gaels: Maura Allen
  • St.Dominic's: Sinead Egan
  • Tulsk: Mary Flanagan

Adult League

24/02 Roscommon v Tyrone

11/03 Roscommon BYE

18/03 Clare v Roscommon

25/03 Roscommon v Wicklow

01/04 Kerry v Roscommon

08/04 Play Off / Semi-Final

15/04 Semi-Final / Final

22/04 Final / Final (Replay)

Adult Championship

14/07 Roscommon BYE

21/07 Roscommon v Dublin

04/08 Armagh v Roscommon

11/08 Play Off

18/08 Semi-Final

25/08 Semi-Final (Replay)

09/09 Final

23/09 Final (Replay)

Minor Championship

17/02 Roscommon BYE

24/02 Down v Roscommon

17/03 Roscommon v Laois

24/03 Meath v Roscommon

31/03 Roscommon v Carlow

14/04 Cup S-Final / Shield Final

21/04 Shield Final (Replay)

28/04 Cup Final

05/05 Cup Final (Replay)

Under 16 Championship

01/07 Roscommon v Tyrone

08/07 Cavan v Roscommon

15/07 Roscommon v Carlow

22/07 Roscommon v Kerry

29/07 Mayo v Roscommon

04/08 Play Off

12/08 Semi-Final

26/08 Final

01/09 Final (Replay)


The publication by the Gaelic Athletic Association, Ladies Gaelic Football Association, the Camogie Association, GAA Handball Ireland and the Rounders Council of Ireland of Our Games – Our Code, the Joint Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport, is indeed a momentous occasion for all who work with underage players and vulnerable adults in our respective Associations.

This Code brings together the collective good practice experiences of our Associations while also recognising the legislative, organisational and statutory guidance that governs our work with young people and children. Our Games – Our Code will assist us in supporting and directing our members and all units of our Associations in our work with underage teams in a coordinated and developmental manner. READ MORE


The Camogie Association has a long established principle of vetting any person who, on our behalf, works with children or vulnerable adults in our Association. This principle is enshrined in rule through our Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport and has become part of the overall recruitment and selection process for those who wish to work with, in a voluntary or paid role

Submit a Garda E-Vetting Application please CLICK HERE

Further Instructions CLICK HERE

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