Carnew camogie club venture is a family affair
CARNEW EMMETS Camogie Club have teamed up with Burrin Rangers Camogie Club, Ballon, Co Carlow, for an innovative six-week ‘Mom and Me’ programme, organised by the Camogie Association.
Jointly funded by Wicklow Local Sports Partnership and Carlow Local Sports Partnership, the programme is aimed at teaching mothers the basic skills of camogie to enable them to coach their daughters in a fun way.
Divided between facilities in Burrin Rangers and Carnew, the programme is being well supported, with a competitive but fun game of daughters against mothers at the end of the coaching sessions.
Jenny Duffy, South Leinster Development Officer with the Camogie Association, is co-ordinateing the programme with tutors Valerie Creane and Tracey Condell. The Club Co-ordinators are Deirdre O’Flynn, Carnew Emmets, and Linda Kenny, Burrin Rangers.
Participants in the ‘Mom and Me’ skills programme at Carnew Emmets GAA grounds.