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In Pictures: Hurling takes hold in Camross and Clonad Cúl Camps

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The senior county champions welcomed over a hundred young hurling and camogie players to their GAA for the Camross Cúl Camps this week.

Enthusiasic young hurlers and camogs 

The stalwart coaches were there to show all the tricks of the trade and to play a game or two with the enthusiastic youngsters from Camross and the surrounding areas.

We halted their porgress just a small bit as we asked them for their photos yesterday but let them get back to learning from the best after a few action shots were taken.

We also visited Clonad GAA yesterday, were there was also an all-hurling camp for the young boys and girls.

This marks our third week of covering Cúl Camps, and we will also be covering Rosenallis and Ballylinan later on in the week.

If you spot any of your young sports fans let us know!


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LaoisToday's main photographer Julie Anne Miller is a graduate from GMIT. Despite her young age, Julie Anne has years of experience in the food industry. She has worked in Tynan's at the Storeyard in Portlaoise, Ballymaloe House in Cork and Beach Point Country Club in New York. She has also contributed a food column to the Irish Country Living section of the Irish Farmers Journal. She's willing to talk about anything - except football!