The Official Launch of Camogie took place with the first public match between Craobh a'Cheithnigh and Cúchulainn on July 17th at a Gaelic League Fair in Meath.
Máire Ní Chinnéide was elected the first Uachtarán of the officially established Cumann Camógaíochta na nGael.
Seán Duffy, a member of the Crokes Club, Dublin, begin his life-long commitment to Camogie.
The first ever inter-county match was played between Dublin and Louth in Jones's Road.
The first ever Colleges club was established in U.C.D. by Professor Úna Ní Fhaircheallaigh.
The inter-varsity Ashbourne Cup Competition, the oldest Camogie competition, was inaugurated.
The American Camogie Association was established.
The All-Ireland Senior Championship was inaugurated, won by Dublin. Camogie was being played in all thirty-two counties at this time.
The Final was played in Croke Park for the first time. Provincial Councils were established.
The first Inter-Provincial competition was held in Meath, and the year ended with a Jubilee Banquet attended by Máire Ní Chinnéide as Guest of Honour.
The Gael Linn Inter-Provincial competition was inaugurated on an annual basis.
The 60th Anniversary was marked by the first All-Ireland Club Championship.
The first National Training Programmes for Coaches were introduced.
The All-Ireland Colleges Council was set up with Éilís Ní Spealáin as president.
C.C.I.A. was set up with Úna Uí Phuirséil as Uachtarán.
The All-Ireland Minor and Junior Colleges Championships were inaugurated, and Camogie was inlcuded for the first time in Féile na nGael.
Comhairle na mBunscoileanna was set up with Sighle Nic an Ultaigh as Uachtarán. The first Senior National League Final was played and won by Tipperary.
The 75th Anniversary was marked by the first Junior National League Final won by Kildare, an Idir-Ghaeltacht Competition and a Banquet.
The first full-time Ardstiúrthóir was appointed with a central office provided in Croke Park.
Administration, Referee and Public Relations Training Programmes were developed, National Development Seminars held, and the Association joined the N.C.T.C. Programme.
The All-Ireland Intermediate Championship was inaugurated and won by Dublin.
Foras na Gaeilge, then Bord na Gaelige, became the Association's first major sponsor.
The fifteen-a-side team formation and the full G.A.A. pitch were adopted.
The All-Ireland Minor B Championship was inaugurated and won by Laois.
The first full-time Sponsorship and Finance Manager was appointed. The All-Ireland Junior Championship was inaugurated, won by Crossmaglen.
The Association celebrates 100 years with a Gala Banquet, the announcement of the Team of the Century and numerous other events. The first All Star team was announced in December 2004.
The Camogie Association appoints a full-time National Development Co-ordinator and two regional development co-ordinators.
Club numbers reach an all time high of 515 with the work of the Regional Development Co-ordinators paying dividend.
Cork All Star Mary O'Connor appointed to the position of Director of Camogie Development.
(Sourced from www.camogie.ie)