Glenann Primary School, won the Cumann na mBunscol indoor Camogie tournament at Cross & Passion College on Wednesday holding off the challenge of St Joseph’s Dunloy in the round-robin competition to just get over the line. The Dunloy school were a very close second as their star player Caoilbhe O’Kane tried her best to get her team over the line as she walked away with the Player of the Tournament award. Glenann however had too much for them and walked away the trophy for the second year in a row.
St Olcans Armoy won the b tournament as they were just too strong for their opponents. Eloaise Purdy from St Brigid’s Ballymoney won the Player of the Tournament in this section, as her skill and determination was ‘top notch’.
Overall it was a great event and a good display of Camogie by all the girls that participated also special thanks to the CPC students who helped keep the day running smoothly.
The hurling section of the competition will take place tomorrow. (Friday)