Carnew camogie club ven­ture is a fam­ily af­fair

Bray People - - GAA ROUND-UP -

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.

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