GAA: Cookstown Fr Rocks host taster day

Holy Trinity Primary School pupils Janina and Caitlyn helping promote the Fr Rocks GFC Big Breakfast to be held at Paddy Cullen Park on Sunday the 1st of March from 10.00am.INMM0815-324
Holy Trinity Primary School pupils Janina and Caitlyn helping promote the Fr Rocks GFC Big Breakfast to be held at Paddy Cullen Park on Sunday the 1st of March from 10.00am.INMM0815-324

Cookstown Fr. Rock’s GFC held two taster days in Holy Trinity Primary School with the intention of rolling this initiative out to the Gaelscoil and Phoenix Intergrated Primary School.

Mr Devlin, Principal of Holy Trinity commented: “The taster day organised by Cookstown Fr. Rock’s was a resounding success and we wish to thank the volunteers who facilitated the day.

“It is a testament to the excellent relationship that currently exists between the school and the club, which has been built up over the decades.

“Currently there is a huge wealth of talent in the school and it is these children who will carry the club forward into the future.”

The days were organised and co-ordinated by club volunteers with the help of Ronan Devlin, GAA Games Promotion Officer, and Michelle O’Connor, Ulster GAA KS1 Coach.

Furthermore, these days gave us the opportunity to launch our ‘Big Breakfast Youth Registration Morning’ on Sunday 1st March at 10am in Paddy Cullen Park.

Come get your free breakfast along with the opportunity to register for youth football, meet the coaches and see the clubs excellent facilities, it’s a morning not to be missed.