The Camogie Association has followed the GAA in suspending all club competitions in the interests of public safety, across all ages and grades.
The country has moved to Level 3 in the management of the coronavirus pandemic, and yesterday the GAA announced a cessation of all club matches in the wake of a number of controversial post-match celebrations.
The governing body of Camogie will allow training in line with the state's guidelines for living with COVID-19 and the conditions within the six counties.
As is the case with Gaelic Football, Hurling and Ladies Football, the senior inter-county Camogie Championship remains scheduled to proceed.
The Championship will be held between October 17th and December 12th this year.