Cúl Camps draw closer

Published 19/05/2015 | 00:00

Mags D’Arcy with twins Conor and Tadhg Scanlon (seven), Alice Brannigan (eight) and Hannah Brannigan (seven) at the launch of Kellogg’s renewed sponsorship deal with the GAA Cúl Camps
Mags D’Arcy with twins Conor and Tadhg Scanlon (seven), Alice Brannigan (eight) and Hannah Brannigan (seven) at the launch of Kellogg’s renewed sponsorship deal with the GAA Cúl Camps

Wexford's two-time camogie All Star Mags D'Arcy was in Croke Park recently to launch Kellogg's renewed sponsorship deal with the G.A.A. Cúl Camps and reveal details of a pioneering new initiative, 'Kellogg's Powering Play'.

'Kellogg's Powering Play' is a fun game-based nutritional workshop, developed in conjunction with the G.A.A., which will be piloted this summer at 14 Kellogg's G.A.A. Cúl Camps around the country. Delivered by trained G.A.A. coaches and Senior inter-county players, Powering Play is designed to teach children about powering their play through nutrition and eating well.

To celebrate the return of the Cúl Camps, Kellogg's is giving its breakfast fans the chance to win a G.A.A. coaching clinic for their club with Donegal Gaelic footballer Karl Lacey or former Kilkenny hurler Henry Shefflin. To be in a chance to win, parents can log on to www.gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps to book their child's place and enter the special code found inside specially marked packs of Kellogg's Corn Flakes or Kellogg's Rice Krispies.

Each child who attends a Kellogg's G.A.A. Cúl Camp in 2015 will receive free G.A.A. gear, comprising a jersey top, along with a new training top and back pack in county colours. Kellogg's G.A.A. Cúl Camps will take place nationwide throughout July and August.

They provide boys and girls between the ages of six and 13 with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic games.

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