Adam Corbally
Our Own Soil In Our Time

Camogie was the first Gaelic game for women. The official launch of Camogie took place when the first public match was played in July 1903. The game was born of a spirit of national resurgence, and the women of Ireland's acknowledgement of the importance of their role in the shaping of a Gaelic Nation. Today, camogie is played by 100,000 women around the world. This project celebrates the value and contribution of camogie, and examines how the sport mirrors the social changes for women in Ireland over the past 100 years. 

BA (Hons) Visual Communication

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1 of 3 - Archive of camogie ephemera 2 of 3 Publication about camogie icon Kay Mills 3 of 3 Still from 'A Game of Our Own'