Saturday 24th May 10.30am – 12.00pm
IN THE GAA CLUB NEAR YOUààà
MOUNT SION (Ardkeen)
DE LA SALLE
ERIN’S OWN (Poleberry)
Any queries contact Deirdre Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 087 6415485
The Camogie Association are asking the girls of Waterford to come æPuckaround Port Lßirge’ next Saturday, 24 th May.
The æPuckaround Port Lßirge’ day, will see girls from primary schools take to their club pitches across Waterford
Mount Sion (Ardkeen), Erin’s Own (Poleberry), Del le Salle, Ferrybank, Ballygunner (Gaultier) and Butlerstown are organising a fun morning for girls from 1st to 6th class from 10.30am to 12.00pm.
On Monday and Tuesday, 19th and 20th May, Deirdre Murphy, Eoin Breathnach and Waterford Camogie stars, Charlotte Raher and Lisa Prendergast will visit the schools around Waterford
City to promote the event. Uactharan Cumann CamogaÝochta na nGael, Liz Howard, will be on hand on Monday to take part in the school visits.
Experienced and qualified coaches from each Camogie and GAA club involved, as well as members of the Waterford senior Camogie panel will help the girls develop their skills as well as learn some new ones. The idea of the day is to create a renewed awareness of the sport of Camogie in the county with the ultimate goal of getting more numbers playing the game.
Munster Camogie Development Coordinator, Deirdre Murphy, hopes for a fun and enjoyable day: “”We’re all hoping that the æ
Port Lßirge’ will be a great success. Basically what we want out of the day is to give every girl in
City the opportunity to try out Camogie. The initiative was established to give girls the chance of some fun and sport away from the classrooms, to make a connection with their local club and hopefully to take up Camogie as their new hobby!”” Murphy said.