Tara take the first London Camogie Title of the 2013 Season beating Erin Go Brath, Liverpool Hope, Croydon and Fullen Gaels Manchester along the way. Tara welcomed the return of the legend that is Caroline Kelly, Margie O'Connor stepped out in the Tara jersey once more, and new members Anna Nyhan and Mary Egan tasted their first victory in the Tara colors. Panel: Elaine Burke (Cork), Angela Kenneally (Kilkenny), Bid Grennan (Kilkenny), Sheila Fernandes (Galway), Tina Enright (London), Caroline Kelly (Galway), Anna Nyhan (Cork), Mary Egan (Galway), Dearbhial O'Neill (Down), Joni Traynor (Antrim), Fiona Morrissey (Limerick), Margie O'Connor (Galway)
2013 has a star studded line up with previous winners Dublin's Portobello (2011) and Holycross of Tipperary (2006 and 2008) traveling to London for the Tara tournament. Also confirmed are Craughwell, Galway
Thanks to all those who attended the AGM. A great turn out and a strong committee is now in place for the 2013 season. Thanks to all those who took up positions.
London Camogie County Board held their Annual Convention Sat 1st December. Tara's Bid Grennan will be the London Treasurer for 2013 while Joni Traynor has taken on the job of PRO. Best of luck to both in their positions over the 2013 season.
Tara were once again denied a place in the All-Ireland final following a 3rd defeat at the hands of Four Roads. Four Roads started brightly and were up by 7 points at half time. And it could have been worse for the ara ladies as Four Roads were awarded a penalty which was saved by defender Bid Grennan and cleared by Denise Gilligan. Report to follow shortly
Tara will host their presentation night on Saturday 27th April 2013. Medals for the Senior League and Championship will be presented along with Junior Reserve Cup winners medals.