Rialacha an Chomortas
Times of the games may vary between 8 and 10 minutes a half depending on the group and venue.
Three minutes half time break.
A list of 10 players to be supplied to the organising committee before commencement of the first game.
Unlimited substitition can be made during stoppages with the consent of the referee. Batons to be passed between the player going on to the player going off.
A team fielding 15 minutes late is liable to disqualification subject to the decision of the official in charge of the ground.
Teams with the highest points will be group winners. In the event of a draw, score difference will apply. (Total of goals and points scored, minus goals and points conceded). The three divisions will be run on the basis of three separate competitions.
In the event of a draw in the knockout stages, 10 minutes extra time will be played. In the event of a draw following extra time, penalties shall be taken by three players from each team with two defenders in the goalmouth. If the teams are still level, the remainder of the panel should continue the free taking on a sudden death basis.
The goalkeeper may not be tackled in the square while in possession of the ball.
Referees are required to submit a report of each game to the organising official at each venue directly after each match.
Should a player be put off during the course of a match, she may not play for the remainder of the competition and her club may only use the nine players remaining on the panel.
All puckouts must be taken from the square.
Any disputes shall be brought to the organising committee and any decision taken by the committee is final.
Normal Camogie rules will apply in all other cases.
Rialacha don Phoc Fhada
One player from each of the clubs may take part in the Puc Fada Competition.
Standard Hurleys only may be used.
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