Clonduff camogs will create history on Sunday when they face Piltown in the AIB All-Ireland intermediate club semi-final in Clane writes Niamh Archibald.
The Down side captured the Ulster intermediate championship for the first time and captain Ursula Quinn says her side is keen to taste further success.
“We're the first team of all codes in Clonduff to win an Ulster title and we're aiming to go one better and bring an All-Ireland title to Clonduff. We've four county titles under our belt but this was a first Ulster and so first All-Ireland Semi-Final for us.
“Tomorrow is a big occasion for us that we're really looking forward to. It is a big occasion for players, families and our whole club, it’s one we're going to relish and hopefully we can make history for Clonduff,” said Ursula.
Clonduff players are no strangers to success having won , seven of the side were part of the Down panel that was crown All-Ireland Premier Junior champions in September and Quinn says that her side will look to them in what is the Club’s biggest game yet.
“We had seven players on the Down all Ireland winning panel who are accustomed to these occasions so we'll be looking to them for leadership,” she said.
Quinn said that preparations for the game have gone well and that her side will be ready for the challenge of Piltown.
“Preparations ahead of the game have gone well. We've had challenge games with university sides Queen’s and UUJ as well as Antrim, which will stand us in good stead. The mood is good in the camp, we know Piltown will be a tough challenge but it is one we are looking forward too.”