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GAA stars coach unique Football Camp

stars coach unique Football Camp



Oisin McConville has done it. Jason Sherlock has done it.
And even Peter The Great has given it a go. That’s right.
The biggest names in Gaelic football have all coached at
the Gaelicperformance Summer Camp, the only residential
Gaelic football camp in the country. And it’s here again.

This year, the camp will run from Sunday July 8 until Friday
July 13 at Gormanstown College in County Meath and is open
to both boys and girls from 12 to 16. Over the past two
years, players of all levels and abilities have attended
the camp including a number of 2007 County Minor players.
This year, berths are filling up quicker than ever with
more than half the allocated places already taken by youngsters
who attended previous camps. More than 230 players have
so far benefited from the camps and as well as the craic,
most campers report a vast improvement in their game by
the end of the week.

Along with Oisin, Jason and Peter, other top players and
coaches who have dropped in to lend a hand and offer expert
advice include Mickey Harte, Enda McNulty, Bryan Cullen,
John Morrison, Graham Geraghty, Colin Moran, Darren Magee,
Andy and Brian Mallon, Joe McMahon, Ciaran Hanratty and
Ronan Flanagan. The first class facilities at Gormanstown
College also mean the youngsters not only have the benefit
of excellent outdoor pitches but in the event of rainy weather,
they can use a huge indoor facility so no time is ever lost.
There is also a swimming pool, a running track, and a golf
course. For more information, contact Monaghan Senior Footballer
Dermot McArdle on 086 3525130, info@gaelicperformance.com
or visit www.gaelicperformance.com.

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