Carlow’s camogie women travel to Bray Emmett’s today where a win will guarantee the side a league semi-final spot
Peter ‘Chap’ Cleere has made 4 changes to his team that beat Roscommon last week in Netwatch Cullen Park. The Blacks and Whites native will be hoping his side can continue their good form and reach the knockout stages of this year’s Very National Camogie Division 3A league when they take on Wicklow at 2pm in Bray Emmett’s.
A draw will see his the Barrowsiders make the semi-final of the national league and try to get promotion back to division 2, the team were relegated back to division three back in 2018 having previously made the division two semi-final in 2017. There is a great buzz around the camp at the minute and ‘Chap’ Cleere spoke to Camán Caint on Tuesday night:-
“Very happy with the results so far, we had a good win first day away to Louth, our performance wasn’t fantastic but we got a really good result, last Saturday we had a tough game against Roscommon and we came out the right side of it. Two wins from two is a great start, we have a lot of work done but we know ourselves we have a lot more work to do and the tests are going to get stiffer and stiffer”.
You can listen back to Chap’s interview and also hear from Carlow captain Kate Nolan at the link below
Get new episodes of Camán Caint every Tuesday during the regular season. Follow for free on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you do your podcast listening. Contact the podcast by emailing [email protected]