This Sunday hosts the All-Ireland Junior A Camogie final between Carlow and Kerry in Moyne Templetuohy, Tipperary at 2:30pm. Carlow who were finalists in 2014 and defeated at the hands of Limerick will be hoping to correct the wrongs of that game and become 2015 champions. Myshall club player Ciara Quirke discusses her aims for this week and talks about her career as a player.
Name: Ciara Quirke
County: Carlow Sport: Camogie and Ladies Football
Occupation: Student and work part-time in Centra Ballon
Toughest opponent to mark for
Club: Olivia O’Neill
County: Kate Nolan
Role Model growing up: Kate Kelly
Aspirations for this weekend: To work hard and everything else will look after itself
Highlight of your GAA career so far: Hard to call between winning two Junior All-Irelands Club Championships with my club Myshall and winning the Ashbourne Cup final with WIT
Low light of your GAA career so far: Loosing the Junior A All-Ireland final with Carlow in 2014
Goals for your GAA career in the next five years: To make it to Croke Park, to progress to the Intermediate level with county and to compete high with my club in the club championship.