Aileen Lawlor, president of the Camogie Association.
St Munna's and Naomh Brid are among the 48 camogie clubs gearing up for this year's Camán to Croker in association with John Torpey Hurleys, on Saturday May 5 in Croke Park.
Some 720 budding camogie stars will take to the field for a Go Games blitz as well as visiting the renowned Croke Park Museum.
This is the inaugural year of the Camán to Croker competition, which invites U12 Camogie clubs to enter a draw to play Go Games in GAA HQ.
The president of the Camogie Association Aileen Lawlor said: "Camán to Croker is a fantastic opportunity for young camogie players to sample the incredible experience of playing in Croke Park.
"We are delighted that 720 camogie players, cheered on by family and friends, will be in attendance on the day to share in the experience. We are also delighted that it gives clubs from non-traditional camogie counties the opportunity to play in Croke Park.
This year's Camán to Croker participants:
James Stephens, Kilkenny; Kilmacow, Kilkenny; Clann na nGael, Meath; Donaghmore Ashbourne, Meath; St Brides, Knockbridge, Louth; St Munna's, Westmeath; Naomh Brid, Westmeath; Tullamore, Offaly; Lusmagh, Offaly; Kildavin Clonegal, Carlow; Johnstownbridge, Kildare; Athy, Kildare; St Mary's, Rosslare, Wexford; Castletown Liam Mellows, Wexford; Annacurra, Wicklow; Thomas Davis, Dublin; Faugh's Celtic, Dublin; Whitehall, Dublin; Portlaoise Camogie Club, Laois.
Western Gaels, Sligo; Athleague, Roscommon; Tulsk, Roscommon;
Skehana-Menlough, Galway; Salthill, Galway; St Colmans, Galway; Kiltormer, Galway.
Killanena, Clare; Clarecastle, Clare; Corofin, Clare; Cobh, Cork; Ballyhea, Cork; St Finbarrs, Cork; Aghabullogue, Cork; Kilbrittain/Timoleague, Cork
Brian Boru's Ballylooby, Tipperary; Burgess Duhara, Tipperary;
Portroe, Tipperary; Clonea, Waterford; NewcastleWest Limerick;
Mungret St Pauls, Limerick.
Drumgoon, Cavan; Inniskeen, Monaghan; Carndonagh, Donegal;
Clan na nGael, Armagh; Magherafelt, Derry; Ballycastle, Antrim; Clonduff, Down;
Naomh Treasa, Tyrone.