Combined clubs create history
“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.