And 3 Reasons We Play Anyway
Camogie players are equal parts girl and badass, which sometimes creates unusual issues that no hurler has to deal with. Still, we know that #CamogieProblems are part of the joy of playing, even when we deal with these:
Are we girly or badass today?
Really want to get my nails done but then I can’t hold my Hurley #CamogieProblems ????????????
— Ciara Allen (@CiaraNihAilin) September 16, 2013
Who needs other hobbies, anyway?
— Nicole Clerkin (@NicoleClerkin) April 24, 2014
Formalwear is an absolute #nope
A hurl is like a best friend, and it hurts to lose one
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If we waited for the rain to stop, we’d never play
I’m beginning to think the bad weather is programming itself around our match days 🙁 #camogieproblems
— Nicola (@nicolasull) April 28, 2013
You have your definition of sexy, and we have ours
— Shannen J (@ShannenJ20) April 14, 2013
Bandages are totally an accessory
Why do we play? Because it’s still the best damn game in the world. Also…
Could be worse! Could be playing in 1916
#Repost @roisindefaoite ・・・ Joined a convent today. Had a puck around with the nuns. ???? Camogie exhibition match to commemorate the 1916 rising. Wearing the traditional outfit that was worn by the women in 1916 #rockies #1916easterrising #1916 #camogie #hurley #sliotar #blackrock #skirt #shirt #gaa #hurling
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We’re always there for each other
Even your bruises know you love it
Share with a fellow camog and tweet us your #CamogieProblems @NashvilleGAC.