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31 Aug 2010, Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’, Croke Park, Dublin

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 31 Aug 2010 At the Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’ was Joan O’Flynn, President of the Camogie Association and Gala All Ireland Camogie final guests from Dublin (wearing colours of teams in Camogie Finals) l-r; Patriciya Kregzdyte, Lithuania, twins Natalia and Dominka Timulakova, Slovakia, Alexis Yeboah, and sister Idelle Yeboah, Ghana. This year’s Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals will celebrate diversity in Ireland with 200 families from new communities attending the Association’s premier sporting event on Sunday September 12th in Croke Park. Croke Park, Jones Road, Dublin. Picture: Caroline Quinn *no reproduction fee*
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 31 Aug 2010 At the Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’ was Joan O’Flynn, President of the Camogie Association and Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals Day guests from Dublin (wearing colours of teams in Camogie Finals) l-r; Dominka Timulakova, Slovakia, Patriciya Kregzdyte, Lithuania, Maki Nmoh, Nigeria, Natalia Timulakova, Slovakia, Alexis Yeboah, and sister Idelle Yeboah, Ghana. This year’s Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals will celebrate diversity in Ireland with 200 families from new communities attending the Association’s premier sporting event on Sunday September 12th in Croke Park. Croke Park, Jones Road, Dublin. Picture: Caroline Quinn *no reproduction fee*
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 31 Aug 2010 At the Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’ was Joan O’Flynn, President of the Camogie Association and Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals Day guests from Dublin (wearing colours of teams in Camogie Finals) l-r; Natalia Timulakova, Slovakia, Alexis Yeboah, and sister Idelle Yeboah, Ghana, Maki Nmoh, Nigeria, Patriciya Kregzdyte, Lithuania, and Dominka Timulakova, Slovakia. This year’s Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals will celebrate diversity in Ireland with 200 families from new communities attending the Association’s premier sporting event on Sunday September 12th in Croke Park. Croke Park, Jones Road, Dublin. Picture: Caroline Quinn *no reproduction fee*
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 31 Aug 2010 At the Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’ 31 Aug 2010 At the Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’ was Joan O’Flynn, President of the Camogie Association and Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals Day guests from Dublin (wearing colours of teams in Camogie Finals) l-r; Twins Natalia and Dominka Timulakova, Slovakia, Patriciya Kregzdyte, Lithuania, Alexis Yeboah, and sister Idelle Yeboah, Ghana, and Maki Nmoh, Nigeria. This year’s Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals will celebrate diversity in Ireland with 200 families from new communities attending the Association’s premier sporting event on Sunday September 12th in Croke Park. Croke Park, Jones Road, Dublin. Picture: Caroline Quinn *no reproduction fee*
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 31 Aug 2010 At the Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’ was Joan O’Flynn, President of the Camogie Association and Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals Day guests from Dublin (wearing colours of teams in Camogie Finals) l-r; Twins Natalia and Dominka Timulakova, Slovakia, Patriciya Kregzdyte, Lithuania, Alexis Yeboah, and sister Idelle Yeboah, Ghana, and Maki Nmoh, Nigeria. This year’s Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals will celebrate diversity in Ireland with 200 families from new communities attending the Association’s premier sporting event on Sunday September 12th in Croke Park. Croke Park, Jones Road, Dublin. Picture: Caroline Quinn *no reproduction fee*
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 31 Aug 2010 At the Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’ was Pat Carey, Minister for Community, Equality & Gaeltacht Affairs, Joan O’Flynn, President of the Camogie Association and Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals Day guests from Dublin (wearing colours of teams in Camogie Finals) l-r; Natalia Timulakova, Slovakia, Alexis Yeboah, Ghana, Dominka Timulakova, Slovakia, Idelle Yeboah, Ghana, Maki Nmoh, Nigeria, Patriciya Kregzdyte, Lithuania. This year’s Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals will celebrate diversity in Ireland with 200 families from new communities attending the Association’s premier sporting event on Sunday September 12th in Croke Park. Croke Park, Jones Road, Dublin. Picture: Caroline Quinn *no reproduction fee*
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 31 Aug 2010 At the Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’ was Pat Carey, Minister for Community, Equality & Gaeltacht Affairs, Joan O’Flynn, President of the Camogie Association and Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals Day guests from Dublin (wearing colours of teams in Camogie Finals) l-r; Alexis Yeboah, Ghana, Dominka Timulakova, Slovakia, Idelle Yeboah, Ghana, and Patriciya Kregzdyte, Lithuania. This year’s Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals will celebrate diversity in Ireland with 200 families from new communities attending the Association’s premier sporting event on Sunday September 12th in Croke Park. Croke Park, Jones Road, Dublin. Picture: Caroline Quinn *no reproduction fee*
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 31 Aug 2010 At the Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’ was Pat Carey, Minister for Community, Equality & Gaeltacht Affairs, Joan O’Flynn, President of the Camogie Association and Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals Day guests from Dublin (wearing colours of teams in Camogie Finals) l-r; Natalia Timulakova, Slovakia, Patriciya Kregzdyte, Lithuania, Maki Nmoh, Nigeria, Alexis Yeboah, and sister Idelle Yeboah, Ghana, and Dominka Timulakova, Slovakia. This year’s Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals will celebrate diversity in Ireland with 200 families from new communities attending the Association’s premier sporting event on Sunday September 12th in Croke Park. Croke Park, Jones Road, Dublin. Picture: Caroline Quinn *no reproduction fee*
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 31 Aug 2010 At the Launch of ‘Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals – Celebrating Diversity in Ireland’ was Pat Carey, Minister for Community, Equality & Gaeltacht Affairs, Joan O’Flynn, President of the Camogie Association and Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals Day guests from Dublin (wearing colours of teams in Camogie Finals) l-r; Natalia Timulakova, Slovakia, Patriciya Kregzdyte, Lithuania, Maki Nmoh, Nigeria, Alexis Yeboah, and sister Idelle Yeboah, Ghana, and Dominka Timulakova, Slovakia. This year’s Gala All Ireland Camogie Finals will celebrate diversity in Ireland with 200 families from new communities attending the Association’s premier sporting event on Sunday September 12th in Croke Park. Croke Park, Jones Road, Dublin. Picture: Caroline Quinn *no reproduction fee*

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