CPC Sports Dept. receive sponsorship

Saffron Gael were at Cross & Passion College on Monday for the handing over of a new kit by Premier Electrics to the school’s Mageean Cup team ahead of their semi-final against An Dún. The hurling and camogie management teams showed off their new jackets and body-warmers which were sponsored by TeamKit Ballymena while the school received an award which was won in an Irish News competion

Pictured are Premier Electric representatives Kevin McGarry and Ryan Elliot presenting a new set of jerseys to Mageean Cup team captains Oisin McAuley & Michael McGarry and managers Mr Joe Cassidy & Mr Sean Cassidy


Cross & Passion College Sports staff would like to pay a massive thanks to North Antrim sports suppliers Team Kit, Ballymena and O’Neills for their kind donation of Coach Jackets to all the coaches in CPC who take teams in the school. Pictured in their new jackets are Mr Barry Kelly, Mr Joe Cassidy, Mr Sean Cassidy & Mrs Una Kelly


Cross & Passion College were recent winners of a Schools competition held in conjunction with Irish News and leading Performance Analysis company Performa Sports. The competition called Stats for Success – gives CPC the status of a Sports Stats School and provides CPC senior hurling & camogie teams with innovative Performance & Video analysis software to use in the development of their respective teams in competition this year. CPC would like to thank Performa Sports & Irish News and Mr Joe Turley in particular for his input into staff training to allow this initiative to get up and running.

Pictured are Senior Hurling & Camogie team reps Oisin McAuley & Maeve Kelly along with teachers Mr Barry Kelly & Mr Joe Cassidy and Performa Sports owner Mr Joe Turley

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