Coastal Virginia Cup – July 18th 2015

Coastal Virginia Cup_profile_5604155900779698976_nThe Inaugural Coastal Virginia Cup is coming July 18th!

On behalf of the Hampton Roads Hurling Club and Cumann na mBan Camogie ( CnamB CAMOGIE 757 VA) , you are cordially invited to the Inaugural Coastal Virginia Cup in Virginia Beach, VA on July 18, 2015 at the Princess Anne Athletic Complex.

Teams from both the MidAtlantic and Southeast Divisions are invited to take part in the one day event, which will feature both a Junior C hurling tournament and a Senior camogie tournament on two full-sized GAA fields, along with camogie development and youth development events.CVC poster 2015

After the tournament, everyone is invited to take part in the legendary third-half celebration at Murphy’s Grand Irish Pub in Virginia Beach. Lodging information will be forthcoming. We look forward to seeing you in July!

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The IAS Board is already planning cool ways to showcase Irish culture at the tournament, so come be a part of that! We want YOUR ideas and your help to make this tournament AMAZING!!! Some ideas the IAS board has been discussing:

*IAS Irish Cottage float on site as Failte Wagon – Jack Kennedy will bring
*Irish coin toss for each match done by IAS officers (camogie) & IAS princesses (hurling); each coin in presentation box w/ calligraphy by Betsy Kennedy for winning captains at after party
*Face painting & Irish photo screens (leprechaun & goat) for kids of all ages by Joy Brady-Boyd
*Irish national anthem included in opening ceremonies – Edward Brash
*IAS set of 32 County Flags paraded in opening ceremonies – Jim Hagerty
*IAS info table/tent – newsletters, Irish soda bread & other Irish goodies for sale, etc. – Kate Sandoval
*IAS Irish Volunteers in IAS baseball caps – Joe Brady

CnamB is putting together gift bags for all camogs who come to VB to participate in the tournament; if you have ideas or items to donate for this, please let Lynnette Fitch Brash know!

 

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