Pamela Fitzgerald (camogie)

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This article is about the Irish athlete. For the wife of Lord Edward FitzGerald, the Irish revolutionary, see Lady Pamela FitzGerald.

Pamela Fitzgerald (born 1984 in Cork, Ireland) is a camogie player from Newcastle West, Co. Limerick, Ireland. She has played for her county at a number of levels, including senior camogie on 3 occasions. She also represents her hometown over the summer months, and captains the Trinity College camogie team during term time.

She is the Honorary Secretary of the Dublin University Central Athletic Club (DUCAC) Executive Committee [1] which oversees the 50 sporting clubs in Trinity. In a March 2006 article by Trinity News, Pamela was declared to be the 9th most powerful student in Trinity, the highest female on the list.

Pamela is actually probably most notable for her reputation off the pitch. She first came into public knowledge in late 2003 as the Gaelic Athletic Association launched its campaign to promote camogie, with its famous 'Chicks with sticks' campaign. Pamela was recruited as one of the poster girls.

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