PODCAST: East Belfast Camogie/Ladies Football Special
Just SEVEN weeks since an initial tweet expressing interest, East Belfast GAA Club is already becoming one of the biggest clubs in Gaelic Games with over 1000 members.
Cóilín Duffy speaks to players from both the Ladies Football and Camogie teams as the cross-community club takes to the playing fields for its first competitive action.
We’ll hear from Derry native Kate Crozier who captained the Ladies Footballers in their opening game on Saturday night, and from Boston native Kimberly Robertson who is excited about playing her first camogie game tonight.
Saturday’s Ladies Football game was a big one for Grainne Sands, as she refereed her first Senior game in Down with East Belfast and Saval.
Grainne spoke about that and being a part of the LGFA’s Learn to Lead Leadership programme.
We also check in with Ulster Camogie President (and Camogie Association Vice President) Jennifer Cultra who is set to welcome the East Belfast Camogie team to her home club tonight.
Jennifer also talks about last week’s Camogie Championship Draws; recovering from Coronavirus, and much more.Tags: East Belfast GAA, Grainne Sands, Jennifer Cultra, Kate Crozier, Kimberley Robertson