IT Carlow take on St.Pat’s in the Purcell Cup round one this evening in IT Carlow at 7:30pm. In what is expected to be a tight affair, Rebecca Treacy talks about her College Camogie career so far and looking forward to their 2016 Championship campaign.
Player name: Rebecca Treacy
Studying: Sports and Exercise GAA
Club team: St.Brigids Camogie Club
County team: Laois
Club team position: Half Back
College team position: Half Back
Greatest sporting achievement? Winning two All-Ireland’s in the one year with college and county!
What is your favourite memory of playing with College? Winning Fr.Meachair on my first year playing with college
When did your college championship finish last year and against who? 15th of February winning the Fr.Meachair Cup against St.Marys Belfast
What team is the most difficult to play against third level education competitions? I find St.Pats as we are always neck in neck with each other!
Who is your role model in the Third level education competitions? Defiantly Siobhan Flannery, to have her skill would be savage!! no fella would take her on!
Who are you playing in the first round of championship and what are your expectations of this game? St.Pats, it may be a close game but I think once we get on top of them we should win well! We won’t put ours heads down!
What are your College team’s ambitions for the 2016 Purcell championship? To do well, we have a great chance in getting to the weekend again this year! It would be great reaching the weekend again after winning the Fr.Meachair cup last year!