A coaching plan for the scheme has been developed by Clare legend Jamesie O’Connor. The emphasis is on skill development and enjoyment of the game. All girls in county Kerry are invited to take part. The programme will run for 4 weeks – see timetable.
VENUE: St Senan’s GAA Club Hall Causeway Secondary School Hall
TIMES: 5 – 6pm Age 7 – 9 5 – 6pm Age 12 – 14
6 – 7 pm Age 10 – 11 6 – 7pm Age 15 – 18
DATES: Wednesday Feb 25th Thursday Feb 19th
Wednesday Mar 4th Thursday Feb 26th
Wednesday Mar 11th Thursday Mar 5th
Wednesday Mar 18th Thursday Mar 12th
Places are limited and booking is essential. Fee: €10 per person.
Contact Deirdre Murphy 087 6415485 before Feb 13th.
Each session will have no more than 30 participants and will be delivered by experienced coaches. Munster Camogie Development Coordinator Deirdre Murphy hopes that this coaching scheme will help Kerry Camogie clubs kick start their season; ‘ Camogie in Kerry is thriving with Feile success last year and the establishment of a new club -Feale Gaels- in Listowel. Indoor camogie is a fantastic way to work on skill development as well as great fun. Many of our coaches are intercounty players currently studying at I.T Tralee so it is an excellent opportunity for Kerry players and we are hopeful of a large turnout.’