The aim of the Summer Camp was for children to get the chance to practice the skills of Gaelic Football and to enhance these skills through fun games. Over the two days we had 50 children attend with some people travelling from as far as Liverpool, Sheffield & Huddersfield and some of which had never played Gaelic Football before. Each child received a certificate for attending the Summer Camp.
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Gaelic Games are contact sports. While collisions occur, they are not the primary focus of our games. The GAA has led the way in concussion awareness and education since the publication of the association’s first statement on concussion in 2007.
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Everything crossed and Best of luck to London in the Native Hurling Final today at 2pm
End of the Games for the Gaels and Sean McDermotts after a great week of games, fair play lads you have done us all proud!
Fantastic results and action from both Football teams and our Hurling team too – it makes the next couple of days even more exciting!!
Sean McDermotts and Tir Chonaill Gaels both sit top of their Football groups heading into the final day of group games tomorrow as do London in the Hurling as well – Fantastic results so far!!