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Soccer Sisters Easter Festival comes to Tipperary

Friday, 29th March, 2019 12:37pm
Soccer Sisters Easter Festival comes to Tipperary

Yvonne Connolly and her daughter Ali are encouraging youngsters to take part in Aviva Soccer Sister Sisters Easter Football Festival.

Soccer Sisters Easter Festival comes to Tipperary

Yvonne Connolly and her daughter Ali are encouraging youngsters to take part in Aviva Soccer Sister Sisters Easter Football Festival.

The Aviva Soccer Sister Sisters Easter Football Festival has announced camps in Tipperary. Launched by media personality Yvonne Connolly and daughter Ali, this year’s Soccer Sisters programme has been revamped, now offering free camps over the Easter period (April 15th to 26th) for girls aged between 6 – 14 years old. Over 6,000 girls from clubs around the country are expected to take part.

 

The free camps in North Tipperary are as follows:

April 15th-16th: Ballymackey FC - Ballinree, Nenagh - age 6 to 14

April 17th-18th: Newport Town AFC - Derryleigh Park, Newport- age 6 to 14; BT Harps - Priory Place , Roscrea Road, Templemore - age 6 to 14

April 23rd-24th: Moneygall FC - Moneygall- age 6 to 14; Killavilla United AFC - Timeighter, Roscrea - age 6 to 14

April 25th-26th: Borrisokane FC - Borrisokane- Age 6 to 14

You can register for these camps by visiting www.soccersisters.ie

 

Tipperary clubs will be in with a chance to win a place at the Aviva Soccer Sisters Dream Camp, which will take place at Aviva Stadium on May 29th, where players will get the opportunity to play on the same field as their national heroes. Parents and coaches will be invited to nominate their clubs for a dream day out in the stadium. Details will be announced via Aviva’s social channels in the coming weeks.

 

ns throughout Ireland during the Easter school break. To find out more about Aviva Soccer Sisters and how to sign up for one of the Easter Football Festivals, log on to www.soccersisters.ie  or check out #SafeToDream to follow along on social media.

 

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