Camogie Purcell Shield Champions 2014

With the belter of a game against MICL. Scoring a fantastic goal in the opening minutes of the game they were persistently confident. Although they were playing excellently there was something missing on the day and losing out by just 2 points MICL took the win.


CIT ladies were defeated but not all was lost. They went into the Purcell Cup shield with positivity and high hopes. They met NUIM in Waterford on the 11th of February. The teams were evenly met and it was a very trilling game. With CIT just raising the bar with a score line of 0:10 to 1:06 and CIT claiming the shield.


Well done to all the team members and management throughout the entire year.

Members of The CIT Camogie Club who played in 2013/14

Jessica Kavanagh Goal Social Care Douglas
Aoife Walsh Corner Back Recreation & Leisure Killeagh
Amanda Dorgan Centre Forward Recreation & Leisure Brian Dillons
Caroline Souppe Back Nautical Science Birr
Chloe Murphy Forward Business Administration Douglas
Ciara Lynch  Full Forward Business Studies Douglas
Donna Weekes Back Bio Engineering Windgap
Jacinta Crowley Midfield Accounting Courcey Rovers
Katie Galvin Corner Back Biomedical Engineering Milford
Lisa Marie O Mahony Forward Hospitality Management Eire Og
Mariah Reidy Centre Forward Biomedical Engineering Newtownshandrum
Niamh Lyons Goal Culinary Studies Ruan
Nicole Crean Corner Back Business Studies St Vincents
Nicole Hickey Forward Recreation & Leisure Sars
Nicole O Brien Forward Mechanical Engineering Glen Rovers
Roisin Quinn Back Computing Douglas
Samantha Coomey Centre Back Business Studies Ballincollig
Samantha Mguni Corner Forward Biological Science O' Loughlin Gaels
Sarah Buckley Midfield Recreation & Leisure Ballincollig
Sarah McEvoy Full Back Electronic Engineering Crettyard
Semma Long Corner Back I.T Management Douglas
Tara O Connor  Forward Quantity Surveying Carrigaline
Tracy McCarthy  Half Back Early Childhood Studies Douglas

The student GAA Club wish to acknowledge the recent sussess of our former camogie player, club officer and selector Dr Shona Cunningham at the prestigious Westminster - International Medical Engineering Finals. A wonderfully talented individual Shona has given selflessly of her time and energy helping with the club while still remaining totally dedicated to her academic development.

We like also acknowledge first year student and bursary recipient Katie Galvin who, with her club Milford, picked up her second consecutive All-Ireland Senior Camogie Club medal yesterday as a result of their 0:06 to 0:05 win over Ardrahan in Croke Park.


Camogie 2012

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