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Cross and Passion College win Camogie Title

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Cross and Passion Junior girls made history by winning the Ulster Colleges ‘A’ 7-a-side competition on Thursday 24th September in Cookstown.

Solid team performances, lead brilliantly by 7’s captain Maédhbh Mc Cormick, meant the girls saw off the challenge of St. Mary’s Magherafelt on a scoreline of 8-4 to 2-1. They then disposed of St. Patricks’s Maghera bagging 4-5 to 0-0 in the final game.

The Cross and Passion girls now go forward to represent Ulster in the ‘A’ section of the All-Ireland Sevens in Dublin on Saturday 10th October.

Captain Maédhbh McCormick is pictured receiving the trophy from Honorary President of the Ulster Colleges Camogie Council, Sister Mairead Ní Fhearain.

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