Cúl Camps return to Clare this week

Cúl Camps return to Clare this week

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Youngsters pictured at the launch of the Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps along with ambassadors Jamie Malone and Paul Flanagan.
Youngsters pictured at the launch of the Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps along with ambassadors Jamie Malone and Paul Flanagan.

Children all over County Clare are getting a fantastic opportunity to learn new skills, make new friends and enhance a healthy lifestyle as the Kellogs GAA Cúl Camps take place in each GAA club across the Banner County.

To ensure your child doesn’t miss out on the enjoyment, sign up today. The cost for one child is €55, for a second child from one family it is €45 and if there is a third child it is €40. Register online at Kellogs GAA Cúl Camps.

Each day of the camp focuses on a different aspect of the game so the children are constantly learning and developing their skills. All coaches have undertaken extensive training courses and are Garda vetted so this ensures a high standard of coaching.

Inter-county stars across the country are full of praise for the Kellogs GAA Cúl Camps and the impact it had on their future careers, there is sure to be many future Clare inter-county stars gathered in the Kellogs Cúl Camps all over the summer.

The camps commence this Monday with Cooraclare, Clarecastle, Doonaha, Meelick, Whitegate, Killimer, Killaloe and Kilmaley hosting this week’s activity.

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