There is only six days until the Ashbourne Weekend with CIT booking their spot in a semi-final against DIT or IT Carlow who play each other tonight for the top of group 1 in the Purcell Cup. CIT Captain Jacinta Crowley looks forward to the weekend ahead.
“It is a great honour for me to captain CIT camogie team this year. On behalf of all the girls, I would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to our dedicated management of Barry, Ursula and Martin Day. I would also wish to acknowledge the academic and administrative support at Cork Institute of Technology for their continued support throughout the year. We also wish to express our gratitude to Keith Ricken, our GAA development officer, for all his hard work. Personally, I would like to thank all the members of the CIT Camogie Squad who have really put in a big, big effort this year. It hasn’t always been easy, but we have stuck together throughout all the trials and tribulations and that’s what has made the year special for me as captain of this great bunch. Finally, sincere thanks to NUIG Camogie Club for hosting these prestigious Intervarsity Camogie competitions for 2016 and we would like to wish everyone the best of luck and enjoyment over this weekend.”