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'I don't fathom it at all': Camogie Association's training directives cause confusion for players across Northern Ireland

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The latest guidance and directives issued by the Camogie Association has caused widespread confusion and disappointment for players in Northern Ireland.

The new restrictions, issued by the Camogie Association on Friday, state: "In Northern Ireland for players who are selected as part of an inter county squad, of any age, must declare for either: Their Inter County Adult team - meaning that they would not be eligible to return to training with their club team under current restrictions, or their Relevant Club Team only, which would mean that they are no longer eligible to train/ play with their county team under current restrictions."


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