The Camogie Association has laid out a four-year roadmap with the launch of its new National Development Plan 2020-23.
The plan will incorporate 12 key goals, among them "revitalising the camogie brand and identity" and "the provision of appropriate playing facilities for all camogie players".
Those goals are laid out across four strategic areas - The Game, Volunteers, Identity and Leadership – and the association says it is hopeful it will result in "real change at significant progress for our game".
With more 800 individuals, 287 clubs and all 32 counties involved in the consultation process, Camogie president Kathleen Woods is confident it will provide a solid foundation for the next period of growth in the game.
"This plan is the result of many months of hard work and consultation, within and outside of the Association to determine what areas we aim to focus on and progress in over the coming years," she said.
"The Camogie Association has grown rapidly over the past 20 years and this is another milestone to guide us on that journey to reach even greater heights."