Fr Murphy's Camogie & Football Club, led the City of London's St Patrick's Parade. It was a freezing cold day but 38 girls turned up so every county and provincial flag was carried, the colour party looked resplendent in their specially designed tee-shirts emblazoned with the CICA logo.

The CICA would like to thank the girls of Fr Murphy's for turning out in style and also the sponsors Clonakilty Black Pudding, Engage Education, DRS Bond Management and the Cork Foundation, not forgetting BODIBRO of Wexford, who designed and produced the very striking jerseys.

Prior to the parade, The CICA hosted the annual St Patrick's Mass and breakfast. A large crowd was present, including the Ambassador of Ireland Adrian O Neill and his wife Aisling, together with the Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed TD, together with his wife. Gerry McFlynn celebrated a wonderful Mass with the musical accompaniment of Harpist Gina Mackey. Again a big thank you to Clonakilty Black Pudding for supplying the breakfast and to Tess Maguire and Maeve Heath for organising the event.


The Mayor of Camden, Richard Cotton, with CICA Llife President Mary Allen and Jenny of Clonakilty.


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