Similar to last week, this week sees another busy one unfold for the WIT GAA Club. First up, is the clash between WIT and IT Tallaght in the Fresher Football Championship, a game which is sure to be an exciting one.  This fixture takes place today, Monday at 2pm in The WIT Arena.  The new management team led by Wexford man Darren O’Reilly, are hoping that if players play to their ability and overcome what is sure to be a tough Dublin side, that the future is bright in the competition for this determined team.

On Tuesday, the fresher’s hurler’s continue their championship campaign with an away game against CIT at 3pm. The fresher’s preparation has been geared towards this date and it’s all systems go for Tuesday. Richie Power of Carrickshock and Kilkenny fame has been a great addition to the management team this season for the fresher hurlers and his experience of big games should help team manager Pado O’Flynn and all the fresher hurlers majorly. 

On Wednesday 15th at 2.30pm, the Senior Ladies Football team begin their championship campaign with a home fixture against Dundalk IT.  The girls have prepared well for this game and having won the league final against UUJ back in November, hopes of progressing through the Lynch Cup will be high for Kieran Maguire’s side. WIT will be back boned by Offaly’s ‘Player of the Decade’ Mairead Daly as well as key players such as Wexford’s Niamh Moore and Wicklow’s Aine Byrne.

The final championship encounter of the week sees WIT Men’s Football Team travel to the Connacht GAA Centre for this year’s Higher Education Championship Weekend. On Friday at 3.30pm, they take on a promising Marino side in the Trench Cup Semi Final, a fixture that is sure to be an enjoyable one. Preparations for this weekend have been good, with a quarter final win over Mary I on Wednesday last along with the boys reaching the All-Ireland Semi Final in this year’s league campaign. WIT have a youthful team led by Waterford’s Conor Murray and Shane Ryan up front with prominent players and leaders throughout the field who will be hoping to bounce back after last year’s narrow defeat to Dundalk IT in the Trench Cup Final.

WIT GAA Club would like to take this opportunity to wish all teams the best of luck this week and to ask you to support them in each of their campaigns.