Com­bined clubs cre­ate his­tory

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“We have train­ing nights where the older play­ers train with the un­der­age which re­ally en­cour­ages the younger play­ers.

“Ev­ery­one has a part to play and ev­ery­one sup­ports all groups.”

The am­bi­tious club are hope­ful of en­joy­ing a suc­cess­ful de­but sea­son ply­ing their trade in the ju­nior ranks this year.

Their main aim is to en­joy the ex­pe­ri­ence and de­velop their play­ers as Tony Cop­pinger out­lined.

“We would love to be com­pet­i­tive and win­ning tro­phies is nice.

“It is more im­por­tant to get game time for all the girls and en­sure thay are all en­joy­ing the ex­pe­ri­ence.”

Eil­ish Ny­han echoes Tony’s sen­ti­ments.“We will be tak­ing it one game at a time and not putting too much pres­sure on the team.

“We will en­joy play­ing camo­gie.”

the St Colum’s ladies team who played against Kilmeen/Kil­breen.

The com­bined St Colum’s ju­nior ladies team and the Kilmeen/Kil­bree team who played each other in an adult camo­gie match re­cently. This game rep­re­sented the first time both club sides had fielded a camo­gie team in an adult fix­ture.

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