|Pos||Name||County||Pocs / metres|
|1st||Patricia Jackman||Port Lairge / Waterford||27 pocs 7 metres (*)|
|2nd||Catriona Daly||Gaillimh / Galway||28 pocs 17.5 metres|
|3rd||Martina McMahon||Luimneach / Limerick||30 pocs 33 metres|
|4th||Catriona McCrickard||An Dún / Down||31 pocs 15 metres|
|5th||Niamh Mackin||Lú / Louth||33 pocs 54 metres|
|6th||Deirdre Colfer||Loch Garman / Wexford||33 pocs 21 metres|
|7th||Bronagh Mone||Ard Mhacha / Armagh||35 pocs 18 metres|
(*) New Camogie Poc Fada Course Record.
Waterford’s Patricia Jackman won the 2013 GAA Poc Fada All Ireland Camogie Championship with a new Camogie Poc Fada Course Record of 27 pocs, 7 metres.
About GAA Poc Fada
Poc Fada is like an Irish version of Golf, whereby the contestants have to use a Hurley / Hurl to hit a Sliotar (ball) up the side of a mountain and down the other side in as few Pocs as possible.
 GAA Poc Fada Twitter Account (2018) GAA Poc Fada Logo [Internet] Available from: https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/975524662636613632/-7z4rlL3_400x400.jpg [Accessed 9 June 2018]
 An Poc Fada (2013) – All Ireland Poc Fada Championships Results 2013 [Internet] Available from: http://www.anpocfada.net/index.php/poc-fada-results.html [Accessed 1 September 2017]
Thanks to Caoimhe Mullaney.
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Last Updated: 6 November 2020
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