Com­mu­nity Games


THE 2010 sea­son for En­niskerry and District Com­mu­nity Games is now lit­er­ally Up and Run­ning. All bud­ding ath­letes are en­cour­aged to sign up for the reg­u­lar train­ing ses­sions which con­tinue ev­ery Tues­day night be­tween 6 - 7 p.m. at St. Mary’s GAA Field in En­niskerry.

An ap­peal is made to all par­ents of chil­dren who live in ei­ther En­niskerry or Kil­macanogue parish to en­cour­age their chil­dren aged over five to be­come in­volved in the train­ing. They also would also like to see par­ents be­come in­volved with the com­mit­tee who or­gan­ise th­ese games. In re­cent years the train­ing has been most suc­cess­ful with large num­bers of chil­dren turn­ing up to en­joy keep­ing fit on the brighter evenings of spring and early sum­mer.

All par­ents in Kil­macanogue are strongly en­cour­aged to get your chil­dren in­volved in the spirit of the Com­mu­nity Games. Ev­i­dence of this Kil­macanogue par­tic­i­pa­tion has al­ready bore fruit with Cian Hinde, Conor Gal­lagher and Ais­ling McGowran winning a gold and two bronze medals re­spec­tively in the Un­der-10 Art com­pe­ti­tion held re­cently. A num­ber of chil­dren from Kil­macanogue sub­mit­ted art­work, all of which was of a very high stan­dard so when done to one and all.

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