History of Valley Rovers Camogie Club
Valley Rovers Camogie Club was founded in 1987. However there was Camogie played in the parish before this, with a team know as Shamrock Maids playing in the 40's and 50's. Mary Buglar was instrumental in the foundation of the club and was the first Chairperson of the club. Twenty four years later she is still involved in camogie, at present she holds the positions of Vice-Chairperson and Fixtures Secetary of the Cork Camogie Board. The club has gone from strength to strength over the years and now playing the top grade in all underage competitions. The club caters for players from Under 8 upwards to Senior level. Over the years many members of the club have downed the Cork jersey, with the highlight being Elaine Burle captaining the victorius Cork senior Camogie team to All-Ireland success in 2005. The following night the O'Duffy cup was proudly received in Innishannon. 
Carrighdhoun won the Senior A Championship in 2004, and Valley Rovers were represented on this team by Liz Buglar, Gillain Harrington, Lucy Hawkes and Elaine Burke
Club Achievements - County
1995 Junior B Co. Championship
1996 Junior A Co. Championship
1997 U16 B Co. Championship
2003 U12 B Co. Championship
2003 U18 B Co. Championship
2004 Junior A League Winners
2004 Junior A Co. Championship
2004 U12 B Co. Chmapionship
2008 U12 A Co. Championship
2010 U16 A Co. Championship
Club Achievements - Carrighdoun
1998 Carrighdoun Cup Winners (senior)
2005 U13 A South East
2006 U13 A South East
2007 U11 A South East
2010 U11 B South East

Club Officers 1987
Mary Buglar
Mary Crowley
Hazel Shiels
Margaret McCarthy

Club Officers 2011
John Cummins
Mary Crowley
Bernie Shiels
Áine Coughlan
Caroline O' Riordan
Child Welfare Officer:
Joan Ryan
County Board Delegate:
Mary Buglar
Carrighdoun Delegate:
Mandy O' Brien
Insurance Secetary:
Nancy O' Driscoll