The date for the next Camogie 7s is Saturday 4th April 2020 at Tir Chonaill Gaels, Greenford. This is a great chance for a bit of team bonding with camogie thrown in. This is a one-day event with both Cup and Plate competitions. Contact us for more details via Contact Us page or at Secretary.email@example.comRead More >>>>
Fiona Morrissey accepted the Championship Cup on behalf of Tara after a win over Fullen Gaels of Manchester. She thanked Training Management Paudi McMullan (Antrim) and Eoin Kelly (Offaly) for their hard work and committment although they acknowledged how much they enjoyed it allRead More >>>>
Fancy a team bonding trip? The provisional date for the next Camogie 7s will be held on Saturday 27th April 2019 at Tir Chonaill Gaels, Greenford. This is a one-day event with both Cup and Plate competitions. Contact us for more details via Contact Us page or at Secretary.firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More >>>>
Four Roads win again at RuislipRead More >>>>
Sarah McNicholl accepted the Championship Cup on behalf of Tara after a 3-9 v 2-1 win over Croydon. Our first Championship final without Etty RIP. Tara will now play Four Roads the Roscommons ChampionsRead More >>>>
The London Camogie senior Championship will start in September and work through October.Read More >>>>
Tara were crowned Senior League Champions after beating Croydon in the Final at Greenford.Read More >>>>
The London Camogie senior Championship will start in September and work through October.Read More >>>>
Wednesday morning 28th March our friend and Camogie President of Britain Etty Kelly passed away after a short illness. Etty loved camogieRead More >>>>
With just a week to go final preparations are underway for our Camogie 7s tournament. With all the heavy rain this last few weeks, there is a bit of concern over some of the pitches but we will see over the coming week and work a plan as best we can if necessary. Delighted to have 3 visiting teams from Ireland to compete in the Senior Competition and European combined team for the Junior competition. We welcome Cappagtaggle, Co Galway who started organising their end before we had even set the date and 2 teams from Limerick Ballybrown Camogie club based in Clarina and Patrickswell who we met at the Munster 7s 2017. Welcome and best of luck to you all. See more about our visitorsRead More >>>>
Congrats to the Tara selection that travelled to Birmingham. Having lost out to Fullen Gaels last year, this year we beat them in the Final and Sarah McNicholl picked up the player of the tournament award. Helen Murphy won the Puc Fada Many thanks to our hosts Erin go Bragh, who have being organising such tournaments annually over the last 30 years.Read More >>>>
Fancy a team bonding trip? The next Camogie 7s will be held on Saturday 7th April 2018 at Tir Chonaill Gaels, Greenford. This is a one-day event with both Cup and Plate competitions. Contact us for more detailsRead More >>>>
Just under a week to prepare for life in the junior club quarter finals and a trip to Roscommon, to play their champions Athleague Read More >>>>
Many thanks to our kit sponsor Cara Personnel for sponsoring another winning kit. Cara Personnel first sponsored gear for us back in 2000, when our trophy cabinet was fairly bare. Its a great pleasure to be associated with Cara and Julie ONeill, a proud Mayo lady. Read More >>>>
A pleasure to play the All Britain Final at the Ruislip Headquarters, namely McGovern Park and to retain the Senior Cup by beating Croydon 1-13 v 1-05. Read More >>>>
With just 4 teams in the Senior competition, Tara top the table after all preliminary rounds. Semi finals will be weekend 8th October 2017. The Final is fixed for Saturday 14th October 2017 to be held at McGovern Park, Ruislip. Excited for the girls/teams that will be able to play at the new London GAA grounds. Read More >>>>
The Senior League Final hasnt been played in a couple of years but on a Wednesday evening at Greenford and despite a slow start we got our name back on the shield. Read More >>>>
It was a London v Birmingham affair and what a great achievement for the Intermediate team to make it to the Intermediate Final. Despite not having a massive squad and suffering a couple of injuries to key players, we made it to the Final. John Mitchells were deservant winners on the day. Whilst Tara started strong Mitchells various scoring options ensured Noelle lifted the Cup Read More >>>>
Our Annual Camogie 7s was a huge success.
Visiting teams appeared in the finals. Clare neighbours Scariff and Clooney Quinn battled it out in the Getjar Senior Cup. Clooney Quinn picked up the Cup with Deirdre Murphy picking up the Senior Player of the Tournament Award as voted by the referees.
Our Senior team faced Bridini Oga of Antrim for the CKO Shield and with great performances from Ellen Kelly and Sarah McNicholls ensured some silverware for Tara.
The combined team from Europe won the Junior Cup beating Tara, whilst Bros Pearse took the Junior Shield after a close contest with Thomas McCurtains.
As usual a big thank you to our Sponsors:
Senior Cup: Getjar
Senior Plate: The Shawl
Junior Cup: C-ko
Junior Plate: Cara Personnel
We had a great day at Tir Chonaill Park and we would like to thank Mike Mullins, Maurice Carr and the lads for their continued help in setting up the pitches. We stayed at the Clubhouse for a few hours and then headed to our sponsor public house The Shawl, South Harrow for some music and dance.
Volunteer of the Year - Delighted to announce that Joni Traynor was voted Britain Club Volunteer of The Year 2016. Joni was honoured at a Dinner in Croke Park. Camogie Team of the Year 2016 - Tara were honoured with the Camogie Team of the Year Award at the Irish World Dinner in Novatel Hammersmith. Players of the Year - Sarah McNicholls of Antrim and Polly Marimon of Louth are Senior and Junior Players of the Year 2016. Congrats girls and well deserved Read More >>>>
Congrats to the Tara selection that travelled to Birmingham. We reached the Final but were beaten by a super Fullen Gaels team of Manchester. Thanks to our hosts Erin go Bragh, who have being organising such tournaments annually over the last 30 years.Read More >>>>
Current Junior Club Champions Johnstownbridge of Kildare, retained the Leinster title by beating Kilmessian and we met again in the quarter final. Thankfully the game was more competitive compared to last year's encounter but Tara have to wait for another day to progress to the semi final. Read More >>>>
Tara retain the senior crown after beating Croydon 1-3 v 3 - 11 to win the All-Britain senior title. London President Etty Kelly presented Captain Helen Muphy with the Cup and Sarah McNicholl with the Player of the Match award. Tara progress now into the All Ireland Junior quarter final where we play the Leinster champions. Read More >>>>
What a week. Opening Cermony. Hostel Accommodation. 2 days of games at UCD Sports grounds. Portmarnock beach. Final in Croke Park. Old friends. New friends. Read More >>>>
Great camogie agus craic at the Maura Hackett Tournament in Kildangan, Tipperary. Read More >>>>
Not long to our Camogie 7s on Saturday 30th April 2016. Broadford, Bunclody and Brocagh are our confirmed visitors from home and we expect all the UK clubs to particiate also in this one-day event. 2016 is our 30th Anniversary so a number of past players will travel over the weekend to meet up and reminise. Games will start by 11am with Finals approx 4pm. Band and DJ will continue into the night at the Clubhouse in TCG. All welcome.Read More >>>>
Congrats to the Tara selection that travelled to Birmingham and retained the cup, defeating Croydon in the final. Many thanks to our hosts Erin go Bragh, who have being organising such tournaments annually over the last 30 years.Read More >>>>
Disappointing result in Kildare against an effecient and effective Johnstownbridge.
No surprise that Johnstownbridge beat Clanmaurice in the semifinal and Athleague in the All Ireland Final. Huge congrats.
The All-Britain Senior Camogie champions, Tara, travel to Ireland on Saturday to take on Johnstownbridge of Kildare in the Junior All-Ireland club quarter final. The match is fixed for Johnstownbridge in Kildare at 1.30pm.Read More >>>>
Tara Camogie won a 7th consecutive Senior Championship title after beating newly formed amalagated side Shire Gaels 3-10 to 1-4 and have become the first club to have their name engraved on the All Britain Cup.Read More >>>>
Current Senior Championship holders Tara happy with the game and the win.Read More >>>>
Current Senior Championship holders Tara got off to a good start with a win and more importantly a game.Read More >>>>
The Junior Championship Semi final was held in Greenford on Saturday between Tara of London and John Mitchells of Birmingham. After a tough battle Tara won on a score line of 1-6 to 3-7 in what was a fantastic display of Camogie.Read More >>>>
All Britian Hurling and Camogie today at TCG. Skills sessions with Mary O'Connor, games v Granuaile, Kilburn and Erin go Bragh. Great fun. Thanks to chief organiser Brendie Brien, British Provinical Council, Camogie Britain, sponsors Irish Post, ONeills & ESB & all the kids.Read More >>>>
We hosted our ninth Camogie 7s and welcomed visitors Portobello and St Dominics from home, with and with all finals tightly contested, it was another great festival of camogie.Read More >>>>
Fancy a team building / bonding trip to London in 2015? Our 9th annual Camogie 7s competition will be held on Saturday 11th April 2015. Do contact us if you are interested in entering a team and we can advise on travel and local accommodation options.Read More >>>>
Underage training will resume on Monday 2nd September from 6.30pm.
We will be competing in the Tara GFC hosted Ladies Football and Camogie Underage tournament on Saturday 13th September at Tir Chonaill Park, Greenford, which is being sponsored by J Ffrench Ltd.
Hurls and helmets will be provided and players are welcome to bring their own equipment. Players should wear sports kit and bring football boots or trainers and shin pads if possible. Bring a drink also. We would appreciate if new-comers could register in advance by calling Sheila on 0777 1957 341. Read More >>>>
Our 8th annual Camogie 7s competition was held on Saturday and we welcomed Castletara of Cavan and Holycross of Tipperary as our visitors from home with London and Birmingham teams also competing. For the second year running Tara took both the Junior and Senior honours.
Many thanks to our sponsors Getjar, Tommy Flynns, Cara Personnel and Tir Chonaill Park.Read More >>>>
Our 8th annual Camogie 7s competition will be held on Saturday 26th April 2014. Contact us for details if interested in entering a teamRead More >>>>
So if you fancy taking up or returning to camogie then get in touch. Its a great way to make instant friends in London