Cross & Passion bid for All Ireland glory
No doubting what the story of this week is! On Saturday Cross & Passion College will bid to win their first Senior A title when they take on St Angela’s Ursuline of Waterford in the All Ireland Colleges final in Ashbourne. Last year CPC fell at the final hurdle when their second half comeback came up just short when the lost out to Loreto of Kilkenny, but they have made their way through to another A decider. As the week goes on we will preview the game as we look forward to another big day for Ulster camogie
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