‘Gaelic4Girls’ programme is coming to Lisburn

St Patrick's Gaelic Club are launching a new programme called Gaelic4Girls.
St Patrick's Gaelic Club are launching a new programme called Gaelic4Girls.

St Patrick’s Ladies Gaelic Football club are delighted to announce details of an exciting new programme called Gaelic4Girls that is commencing tomorrow (Saturday March 28).

Gaelic4Girls is initially an eight week programme aimed at increasing participation in Ladies Gaelic Football.

The programme targets girls aged between 8-12 years, who are not currently registered with a Ladies Gaelic Football Club.

Gaelic4Girls is focused on fun and participation, allowing girls to get an introduction to Ladies Gaelic Football in a non-competitive environment.

It will be held in Kirkwoods Playing Fields every Saturday from 3pm – 4pm, commencing on March 28.

On completion of the programme, participants are presented with certificates and t-shirts for their participation.

Following the eight weeks, the girls will be encouraged to register with St Patrick’s Ladies Football club, and those that do will be integrated into the existing teams.

A Mini Blitz will also be held with another Gaelic4Girls site after the eight weeks and this is a major highlight of the programme.

This is the first Gaelic4Girls programme to be held in the area and all girls from within Lisburn and the surrounding areas are encouraged to attend and learn the basic skills of Ladies Gaelic Football.

This is a great way to make new friends and learn a new sport.

The cost for the entire programme is only £8. For more information contact Michael Stewart 07775743852.