Killyclogher certainly proved the place to be last Saturday morning when All Ireland Senior Hurling winning manager Liam Sheedy and the GAA’s National Hurling Coordinator Paudie Butler conducted the first session in their Mentoring Progamme for Tyrone Hurling. After the morning was over Liam Sheedy stated “We aim to significantly increase the participation and enjoyment of playing and learning the game of hurling for children of all ages to have a strong foundation that can be built upon”
Paudie Butler added ” all 60 adults who attended from Tyrone Hurling and Camogie participated in the practical session and their enthusiasm was delightful to see. Liam and I have been made very welcome and certainly we will do our part if help Tyrone hurling to become stronger.
Liam Sheedy finished off by stating ” The Tyrone Hurling Development Committee, with my assistance, will now start to build on this morning’s session. I hope to see an upward increase in participation over this next 12/18 months and urge everyone who attended today to come along on Monday night 28th May back here in Killyclogher @ 7pm to decide the next steps”.
anyone who couldn’t attend last Saturday is very wlcome to attend – any queries on the meeting will be addressed by Hurling Officer Brendan Harkin firstname.lastname@example.org or 07825271800