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Mini Soccer Club kicks off at MUSA

Some of the young people who attend the weekly mini soccer club held at the Mid-Ulster Sports Arena. Included in the picture are Ruth Brown (Football Active Communities Coach) and Martin Conlon (Community Sports Coordinator).INMM0613-323SR

Some of the young people who attend the weekly mini soccer club held at the Mid-Ulster Sports Arena. Included in the picture are Ruth Brown (Football Active Communities Coach) and Martin Conlon (Community Sports Coordinator).INMM0613-323SR

AT the new weekly Mini Soccer Club at Mid Ulster Sports Arena, Boys and Girls aged between seven and 11 receive expert coaching from Active Communities Football Coach Ruth Brown.

The club runs on Thursdaysfrom 4-5pm at MUSA, and children can still register for the remaining six weeks.

Mini Soccer sessions are an Active Communities Programme which is a Sport Northern Ireland lottery-funded initiative that aims to increase participation in sport and physical recreation in Northern Ireland.

Ruth is part of a team of eight Active Community Coaches that are employed by Cookstown Council to deliver physical activity primarily to women and girls, people with a disability and older people across the Mid Ulster area.

“Active Communities coaching gives children great access to fun and quality physical activity sessions” she commented.

If your group could benefit from Ruth or any of the other Active Community Coaches, please contact Martin Conlan at the Mid Ulster Sports Arena, 867 67135.

 
 
 

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