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Limerick camogie star named as one of Trinity College Dublin’s sport scholars

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LIMERICK and Monaleen camogie star Aoife Nelligan was recently celebrated as Trinity College Dublin unveiled its sport scholars for the 2023/24 season at an event for family and friends at the Dining Hall, Trinity College Dublin. 

This year’s awardees, comprising of 36 Trinity Sport scholars and 28 club academy scholars will represent Trinity this season across seventeen sports including rugby, basketball, GAA, soccer, rowing, and cricket.

Michelle Tanner, Director of Sport and Physical Activity, Trinity College Dublin commented on the night, “We’re thrilled to be here this evening to recognise the achievements and commitments of Trinity’s student athletes.

“We are thrilled to celebrate this year’s exceptional calibre of student athletes for the 2023 / ‘24 academic year. With representation from seventeen sports and a diverse array of internationally acclaimed and emerging athletes, Trinity College Dublin reaffirms our commitment to nurturing sporting talents.”

Nelligan was a member of the Limerick senior camogie squad in 2023 that preserved their senior status in the championship and that secured their spot in the league division one for next season. The Monaleen youngster will also be hoping to be part of new camogie manager Joe Quaid’s plans for 2024.

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