Ballymac GAA Academy News
Our u10 Boys travelled to Listry on Sunday where we played two very enjoyable games with our Boys playing very well in both games.
Many thanks to Listry for their hospitality afterwards and we look forward to welcoming them to Ballymac in the next few weeks for the return games.
This weeks our U8 boys were travelling away from home on two days! What a great way to see the County and visit other GAA Clubs..
The U8 boys were in Listry on Sunday last for friendly games. The boys played really well and many thanks to the parents who supported us. Our player of the week was Flynn Boyle!
Ballymac U8 girls played in Ballymac against Austin Stacks on Sunday morning and had very enjoyable games. We fielded two teams on the morning with Natalie Turner, Katie Lenihan, Aisling McMahon, Sadhbh Healy, and Amy Roche played very well ably supported by their teammates. Many thanks to Austin Stacks for very enjoyable games over the last two weekends. The academy resumes next Sunday morning in Ballymac at 11.
On Sunday morning last our U6 training for boys and girls included twelve U6 girls who visited from Austin Stacks Club in Tralee. The girls joined in all the activities that were all about moving around the pitch. They also took part in our fun games. At the end of the session all our players and mentors gave a big round of applause to our visitors who mingled in so well with our players. Well done to our players of the week: Katie Ann O’Connor and Taylor Brosnan. This week all our boys and girls will be practicing 10 foot passes and 10 hand passes at home!!
Parking/Traffic Arrangements for Sunday Academy.
For Health & Safety reason on every Sunday morning we ask all parents dropping off children to the academy , to park outside the Main Gates and walk into the pitch with children. The Main gates will be closed as its too dangerous immediately after training to accommodate all the cars leaving etc. We thank you all in advance for your cooperation and understanding.
Cul Camps 2019
Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games.
Ballymac GAA Ground hosts two of the County Summer Camps as follows:
29th July to 2nd August
& 12th to 16th AugustThe Summer Camps can be booked online and the link is on The Ballymac GAA web site:by clicking here now