Irish Cap for Cashel’s Kerrie-Ann Craddock

Kerrie Ann-Craddock, the youngest daughter of Mick & Breda Craddock, Racecourse, Cashel who was only last week called to the Irish Ladies Senior Rugby Squad, made her international debut in a record-breaking 59-0 win over Scotland in the opening game of their Six Nations title defense.

Kerrie Ann-Craddock, the youngest daughter of Mick & Breda Craddock, Racecourse, Cashel who was only last week called to the Irish Ladies Senior Rugby Squad, made her international debut in a record-breaking 59-0 win over Scotland in the opening game of their Six Nations title defense.

The London based PE teacher plays her rugby with Saracens Ladies club and wears the No1 jersey with the Irish Exiles Ladies team. Speaking to London’s Irish Post, Kerrie-Ann said she was “really excited” to play for her country. Kerrie-Ann was later presented with her first Irish cap.