Training Camps for Youngsters in Ireland
Friday, 8th Jun 2018 14:34
Town have established a new link-up in the Republic of Ireland which will see youngsters get the chance to impress coaches associated with the Blues.
The training camps will run at various venues throughout the summer and have been set up by former Blues midfielder George O’Callaghan (pictured above) and his G10 Worldwide company.
Those who impress will be given the chance to visit Playford Road to play a game against a Blues academy side.
The camps will be running at the locations below on the dates given with boys and girls aged 6-15 welcome. To book and for further information contact 085-2825999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 2nd-4th - Mitchelstown Leisure Centre
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