Creagh N.S. honours Ms. Cahalan’s camogie win!

Creagh National School Honours Sinead’s Camogie Win!

Creagh National School are very proud of teaching staff member Sinéad Cahalan who was part of the Galway Senior Camogie team who took the honorary title of All Ireland Camogie Champions on the 21st of September 2013. A former graduate of Mary Immaculate College, Sinead has trained the school’s camogie team for the past seven years. Sinead’s achievements to date include an All Star Award in 2005 and 2008 and she captained the Galway Senior Camogie team for two consecutive years in 2008 and 2009.

Members of Creagh N.S. community were very honoured to have both the Galway Senior and Intermediate Camogie teams visit the school on their return journey from Croke Park. Paying tribute to the team captains Lorraine Ryan and Sinéad Keane and their respective teams, Principal, Stephanie Keating spoke of the wonderful commitment and dedication of the players. She singled out staff member, Sinéad Cahalan for a special mention, describing her as a wonderful role model for the pupils of Creagh N.S. An injury two years previously did not stop this very determined young player from Mullagh from realising her dream of lifting the O Duffy Cup in Croke Park.


  1. Florence Burke Reply
    Well done Sinead! Delighted for you and all the team. Best wishes from Perth. Florence and family

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