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Allstar School of Football
« on: May 12, 2012, 11:07:26 PM »
Official Launch of this new summer coaching venture will be on Tuesday 22nd May

Organised by Paddy Bradley, Ronan Clarke, Benny Coulter, Paddy Cunningham and Brian Mc Guigan

Many more experienced top class coaches will be used

Available to all clubs in Ulster

Targeting footballers from 14 -17 years old

More details to come soon


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Re: Allstar School of Football
« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2012, 11:56:45 AM »
Excellent, I take it the course is free?

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Re: Allstar School of Football
« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2012, 02:33:14 PM »
lol saff!
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« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2012, 06:50:26 PM »
The launch of this new coaching iniative is on Tuesday 22nd May at 2.30pm in the Glenavon Hotel
Anyone welcome to come in and see what our plans are.

Also, look out for next weeks papers for more details to see how your club can register

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« Reply #4 on: May 23, 2012, 08:53:50 AM »
Coaching in the summer months for 13-17 year old

Aimed at developing footballers with top quality, high level coaching

While Cul Camps are for younger boys to introduce them to the basics of Gaelic Football our schools want to challenge kids further

We hope to have 4 clubs, each with approx 25 kids at each school.  Thats 100 kids, rotating in groups, getting coached by top class coaches such as Peter Canavan, Enda Muldoon, Paul Mc Flynn, Paddy Tally, Kevin Madden, Steven Mc Donnell etc.  Schools will be at a central venue for the 4 clubs and will last 3 days.  At the end there will be a mix of mini games and full sided blitz's.  All children will also recieve a AllstarSchoolofFootball playing jersey.  Benefits with bringing 4 clubs together are that kids are challenged more.

Cost is 40 per person.  As has been the case with the Eoin Kelly School of Hurling, clubs may pay for the kids, the parents can pay themselves, or each can share the cost (which has been the most popular method of payment with Eoins camps)

We will be wearing the CRY (cardiac risk in the young) logo on our jerseys.  This is to help promote the charity amongst the young and the good work they do in rasining awareness for heart screening and heart disease.

Anyone interested please contact us at allstarschooloffootball@hotmail.co.uk for more information

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Re: Allstar School of Football
« Reply #5 on: May 23, 2012, 09:04:09 AM »
Coaching in the summer months for 13-17 year old

Aimed at developing footballers with top quality, high level coaching

While Cul Camps are for younger boys to introduce them to the basics of Gaelic Football our schools want to challenge kids further

We hope to have 4 clubs, each with approx 25 kids at each school.  Thats 100 kids, rotating in groups, getting coached by top class coaches such as Peter Canavan, Enda Muldoon, Paul Mc Flynn, Paddy Tally, Kevin Madden, Steven Mc Donnell etc.  Schools will be at a central venue for the 4 clubs and will last 3 days.  At the end there will be a mix of mini games and full sided blitz's.  All children will also recieve a AllstarSchoolofFootball playing jersey.  Benefits with bringing 4 clubs together are that kids are challenged more.

Cost is 40 per person.  As has been the case with the Eoin Kelly School of Hurling, clubs may pay for the kids, the parents can pay themselves, or each can share the cost (which has been the most popular method of payment with Eoins camps)

We will be wearing the CRY (cardiac risk in the young) logo on our jerseys.  This is to help promote the charity amongst the young and the good work they do in rasining awareness for heart screening and heart disease.

Anyone interested please contact us at allstarschooloffootball@hotmail.co.uk for more information

A little ignorant, apologies in advance - what constitutes this?
Do not wait to strike until the iron is hot, but make it hot by striking!