Connacht GAA are hosting Activity Days in Croke Park on Thursday 28 and Friday 29th April.
The Connacht GAA Activity days provide selected clubs from all over Connacht the experience of Croke park. The players involved will get to play in Croke park and a trip to the Croke park Museum. This initiative, which was spearheaded by Connacht Games Manager, John tobin, first took place four years ago has been an outstanding success and so far over the four years 90 clubs in the province have had the Croke park experience.
In the next two days 30 clubs from all over Connacht will take the field of Croke Park in mini blitzes played out over the two days. On Thursday 13 U12 Hurling teams from Galway will play off in a Go Games blitz played off over the day. On the Friday 17 U12 Football clubs from the five Connacht counties will play in their Go Games Blitz. Over the two days all clubs will also get the opportunity of a Croke park Museum tour.
Connacht GAA would like to thank the County Coaching Committees, the Games managers and the coaching staff and the various clubs for their cooperation to date. To all players participating over the next two days, we hope that they enjoy their experience and that i will leave them with longlasting happy memories.
Thursday 28th April 2011
Carnmore, Gort, Michael Cusacks, Kinvara, Cappataggle, Killimor, Portumna, Leitrim/Kilnadeema, St. Thomas´, Craughwell, Sylane, Ahascragh/Fohenagh, Ballygar
Friday 29th April 2011
St. Johns, Easkey, St. Pats, Kilbride, St. Barrys´s, St. Ronans, Kilmore, St. Osnats/Glencar, Aughavas, Annaduff, Carrigallen, Kiltimagh, Parke, Ballina Stephenites, Salthill-Knocknacarra, Caltra, Headford
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