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Sport

Sports Office Opening Hours

Monday to Friday: 8.30am - 5.00pm
Saturday & Sunday: Office Closed

Sports Office - Located 1st Floor Balcony
of the Student Centre, Bishopstown Campus.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CITsports    
Twitter: @CITSports

 

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The Sports Office facilitates students and their club and is responsible for the management and upkeep of all sports facilities in the Institute. A section in the office is dedicated solely for club members to work on club business, design posters, make phone calls, and access the internet.

The Sports Office plays a key role in the life of CIT assisting students in the running of clubs and interacting with people of similar interests. CIT participates at the highest level of competition amongst the country’s third level institutions and in the world. As well as catering for the competitive athlete, CIT’s Sports Office place a big emphasis on participation and runs a number of activities such as aerobics, circuit training, and ‘fit for life’ programmes.

Staff 

Role Name Email Number
Sports Officer Miriam Deasy  miriam.deasy@cit.ie

021-4335763

Acting Sports Officer Norma Buckley norma.buckley@cit.ie 021- 4335764
GAA Development Officer Keith Ricken keith.ricken@cit.ie

021 -4335765

087 2305396

Soccer Officer Eric Marah eric.marah@cit.ie 021 -4335768
Athletics Officer David Matthews david.matthews@cit.ie 021-4335769
Sports & Societies Administrator Fintan O'Leary  fintan.oleary@cit.ie 021-4335767

 


CIT Sports Scholarships are allocated for the Pursuit of Excellence in Sport

Each year CIT awards Sports Scholarships to students who display a high level of achievement, commitment, and very importantly, loyalty to their chosen sport within CIT. Scholarships are awarded across a wide range of sports and a significant number of these are reserved for first year student.s

– Fresher (1st Years) valued at €500 and Senior (open to all years post 1st Year) at €1,000.

Closing Date for Applications 5pm, 23rd September 2016


The service benefits to the recipients include access to CIT Sports Facilities including the Elite Gym & Weights Room, Sports Education Talks & Workshops and a Mentoring Support Network. These scholarships provide valuable assistance to students in their quest for sporting excellence.

Application for a CIT Sports Scholarship is restricted to students that have met the CIT admission requirements through the CAO system and are enrolled on a programme of full-time academic study at CIT. If you believe you are of the calibre to receive a Sports Scholarship, we would encourage you to apply. 

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The CIT Sports Scholarship Presentation Evening for 2015-16 took place on 1st December 2015. The event saw almost student athletes across nineteen different sports presented with a prestigious sports scholarship. Sports represented include- athletics, badminton, basketball, boxing, camogie, dual (hurling & football), gaelic football, hockey, horseracing, hurling, karate, ladies football, racquetball, rowing, rugby, sailing and soccer. The guest speaker, Olympic bound athlete Michelle Finn performed the presentations.

The Institute allocates sports scholarships annually to students who display a high level of achievement, and are excellent ambassadors for CIT in their chosen sport. The scholarship scheme is designed to help students reach their full potential both in their sport and also in their academic careers.

Sports Scholarship Application Forms

Closing date for application: 5.00pm 23rd September 2016
Application forms will be available after 8th August 2016 

Download:

CIT Sport Scholarship Criteria
CIT Sport Scholarship Fresher Application Form
CIT Sport Scholarship Senior Application Form

Sports Awards

The Sports Awards ceremony has been running since 1993 and it provides the opportunity for the Institute to recognise its students who have excelled in their chosen sport throughout the academic year.

Every club and the members involved are given the opportunity to nominate a student for awards. This nomination is based on outstanding achievements in their sport and/or the organisation of clubs within the Institute.

Award categories include:

  • Individual Awards
  • Graduate Award
  • Fresher of the Year Award
  • Club of the Year Award

Sports Centre

On the Bishopstown Campus, the Sports Centre is located adjacent to the Student Centre. There is a multipurpose Sportshall and an ever-expanding Gym & Weights Room along with changing facilities, housed here. Gym related questions can be directed to our gym supervisors.


Gym: 1st Floor Monday – Friday: 7.30am - 9pm & Saturday: 11am - 4pm
Contact: 021 433 5778 Free to use
Please bring Student ID Card


Sports Facilities

The sports facilities are ideally located on campus and are amongst the finest in Ireland.
[CIT Athletics Track, Bishopstown Campus.]

 

Facility Location Opening Hours Note
Astro Turf Behind F Block Monday - Friday
9am -10pm,

5 a side €10/hr Bookings

24hrs in advance to the
Sports Office

Athletics Track Adjacent to Staff Car Park Monday - Friday
7.30am – 9pm .
Free to use.
Bring Student Card.
Grass Pitches Behind Leisure World Vary CIT Club Training & Matches CIT Sports Club use only
Tennis Courts Behind F Block Monday - Friday
9am -10pm,

€4/hr Bookings

24hrs in advance to the
Sports Office

Sports Stadium Behind Leisure World Vary CIT Club Training & Matches CIT Sports Club use only


How to Join a Club


Sign up on Sports Day, Tuesday 13th September 2016 from 10.30am-2.30pm in Nexus, the Student Centre, Bishopstown Campus.

Each club will have a stand on display with details and information on the activities of the club. Chat to existing members about what the club has to offer and sign up for free!

During Term
If you miss the Sports Day, pick up the weekly newsletter 'What’s On' from the Info Desk. This gives the most up to date Club training times, alternatively drop into the Sports Office for a club contact.

How to set up a new Club
If you find that after Sports Day and Societies Day that your interest isn’t catered for then why not set up your own club! To ensure a successful club, a focus on both efficient organisation and the importance of fun and enjoyment is necessary. Contact the sports office for more details.

 

SPORTS CLUBS

 

MARITIAL ARTS FIELD SPORTS WATERSPORTS INDOOR SPORTS GREAT OUTDOORS
Karate Camogie Canoeing Aerotone Athletics
Kickboxing Gaelic Football Rowing Badminton Cycling
MMA Hurling Sailing Basketball Equestrian
Tae Kwon Do
 
Hockey Sub Aqua Boxing Golf
  Rugby Surfing Darts Motorsport/Karting
  Soccer
 
Swimming
 
Pool Rock-climbing
      Powerlifting Tennis
      Racquetball  
      Volleyball  

 

 

Sports Profile:

Cliodhna Sargent


Position: Defender
International Caps: 186
College: Cork Institute of Technology
Club: Cork Harlequins
Occupation: Lecturer in CIT
1st Cap: January 2007/South Africe/Canada
Hockey Career Goal: Represent Ireland in the Olympics
Advice to young hockey players: Never give up and believe in yourself