Multi-sports camp is a roar­ing suc­cess with 60 kids tak­ing part

Fingal Independent - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

THE ju­ve­nile sec­tion at Fin­gal­lians GAA Club con­tin­ues to thrive.

The first-ever multi-sports camp held over the mid-term saw some 60 young­sters take part.

The club was de­lighted with the suc­cess of the week-long event and the skills learned will now trans­fer to the chil­dren’s foot­ball and hurl­ing train­ing.

Mean­while, as the ju­ve­nile fix­tures be­gin to wind down for the win­ter break, there’s still plenty hap­pen­ing at Fingllians.

The club has just ap­pointed a new Games Pro­mo­tion Of­fi­cer Colm Rid­dell, who will take up his post im­me­di­ately.

Colmm who hails from Bal­li­nasloe in Co Gal­way, is a dec­o­rated dual player with a de­gree in Sport Man­age­ment.

He also has ex­pe­ri­ence in man­age­ment and coach­ing.

Mean­while, mem­bers should note at the club shop will close on De­cem­ber 9 and last or­der for Christ­mas stock will be taken on Sat­ur­day, Novem­ber 25. So mark the date in the di­ary and make sure to get your or­ders in.

George Bro­phy and Tay­lor Hay­ward at the camp in Fin­gal­lians.

Finn at the camp in Fin­gal­lians.

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