Gaelic4Mothers has hit Belfast

Gaelic4Mothers has hit Belfast

Gaelic4Mothers has hit Belfast! The mums from St Galls in west Belfast have been training for some time now, but formally started the Gaelic4Mothers programme last night when Games Development Officer Sheena Tally visited the club to register their club in the programme. The group of mums intend to take part in the National Gaelic4Mothers Blitz in Dublin on 11th October and are excited about meeting other sites from around the country. It is anticipated that almost 500 mums will take part in it.

With All-Ireland fever hitting the county in support of the Antrim team who take on Limerick in the All-Ireland Final on 27th Sept, the mums from St Galls are looking forward to travelling to the capital to add their support. The club intends to take a supporters bus to Dublin for Antrims big day and hope that all the members and followers of Gaelic Games in Antrim will make the effort to go down to support the girls.

The mums said “Its a fantastic achievement for the girls so we wouldnt miss seeing them in Croke Park! If the mens senior team got to an All-Ireland Final in Croke Park Im sure all of Antrim would be there to see them, so it should be the same for the girls!”

Many clubs around Antrim are organising buses to travel to Croke Park on the 27th and all are welcome to join them. For more information contact your local ladies club.

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