Record Breaking 2018 Easter Camps

The 2018 Easter Camps concluded last week, which proved to be the biggest camp in the history of the club. The hugely popular football camps which take place in The Showgrounds saw 350 children attend over the two weeks of the Easter holidays.
The club would like to thank all of the children, parents and coaches who contributed to the success of the Easter Camps, which have continued to grow year on year.
Camp co-ordinator, Shane Crossan, spoke about the hugely successful two weeks and said:
“I would like to sincerely thank everyone who attended over the two weeks and made it an Easter to remember. To have such numbers attending is a testament to the club and proves that we, as a club, continue to be the focal point of football in the region and that is something to be proud of”.  
Shane also added “The breakfast club sold out for week 2 of the camp, which is the first time it’s done so since its foundation last year, which is yet another landmark for the club. A special mention must be given to all of the coaches who worked over the two weeks. Their work ethic and kindness towards all of the children is wonderful and they certainly are making the club proud. Finally a word of thanks to all of the schools in the region that I visited in preparation of the camp, who continue to show and provide a warm welcome for me on my visits and assist me with the overall promotion of the camps”.
Our next camp will be our Summer Camps, which take place in July and August for eight weeks in total. The optional Breakfast Club will once again be provided, with the booking process opening in the next few weeks.
Until then, we would like to wish all of the children well in their return to their respective schools for their final term before the summer holidays.

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