Ceann Creige has lots to look forward to as Covid-19 restrictions ease


Cara Wynne

APRIL 14, 2021 was a day that all involved in Ceann Creige had been waiting for with baited breath and untold excitement for over a year.

It was the day when Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon announced that leisure activities could recommence and the clash of the ash could once again be heard across Glasgow.

Everyone involved with the club wasted no time ensuring that training sessions for the youth, senior hurlers and camogs were organised with haste as everyone has missed the hard work, craic and fun.

In late April, excitement reached fever pitch levels as the club was able to announce the rescheduled date of the Men’s Senior team’s inclusion in the Hurling Shield Round 1, which will be played at the Clydebank Community Sports Hub on Saturday June 5 at 1pm.

Ceann Creige is delighted to be welcoming John Mitchel’s (Birmingham), Yorkshire Emeralds and Wolfe Tones (Liverpool) to Glasgow. Why not come along and support the men (above) in action for what is sure to be a great afternoon of hurling and a welcome return of hurling to Glasgow.

The club’s camogs have lots of exciting plans and games in the pipeline once all the Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted and all involved are looking forward returning to the field.

Ceann Creige has lots more planned for its senior and youth teams, which will be announced in the coming months. The club would also like to take this opportunity to say a massive thank you to all involved with Ceann Creige, our friends and followers who have supported the club in these uncertain times and look forward to your continued support in the coming months.

If you are interested in joining Scotland’s only hurling and camogie club either as a player or a volunteer then please get in touch with us on either Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CeannCreige or Twitter: @ceanncreigeclub we’d love to speak to you. No experience is necessary!

Cara Wynne is the PRO for Ceann Creige