Lincoln Gaelic Football Skills Day with Dublin Senior Footballers

July 6

Lincoln Recruitment Specialists were delighted to host our annual Gaelic Football Skills Day with Dublin senior footballers; Paul Flynn, Michael Fitzsimons, Con O’Callahan, and Darren Daly, alongside Hannah O’Neil, Niamh Collins and Emma Mc Donagh from the women’s team last Friday.

We had over 120 children attend the day ranging from 7-12 years of age. The Dublin GAA stars spent the afternoon coaching the kids, giving them top tips and encouragement for their future in the sport.

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their participation in this event and we look forward to seeing many of you again at our next Gaelic Football Skills Day!

See video below for highlights of the event.

 

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