Strathroy Dairy is delighted to continue its partnership and support for The Irish News School Coaching Days
St Mary’s are to turn their attention to training the next generation of footballers as school children across Ireland get the chance to team up with the Sigerson Cup finalists for a coaching day.
The Irish News has linked up with O'Neills Sportswear, Strathroy Dairy and St Mary's University College to offer coaching days to five primary schools.
Schools throughout Ireland can take part in the promotion with the five winners receiving two one-hour football or hurling coaching sessions designed by St Mary’s University College PE Department.
But every school that enters will receive a free set of 15 training bibs if they return 10 completed collector cards with the special tokens that will appear in The Irish News from today onwards.
Announcing Strathroy Dairy’s continued support Ruairi Cunningham said: “The Irish News coaching days are the ideal opportunity to let the children from the winning schools have fun and learn about sport and the importance of a healthy lifestyle at the same time.
“Strathroy Dairy is delighted to continue its partnership and support for The Irish News School Coaching Days in association with O’Neills and St Mary’s University College.”
Teachers can register at www.irishnews.com/coachingdays.
The 2019 School Coaching Days coaches are revealed at St Mary’s University College Belfast. Students pictured from left to right, Tiarnán Murphy, Stephen McConville, Oonagh McAleer, Aoife Morgan, Aoibheann Jones, Micéal Rooney and Jarlath Óg Burns
Partners pic caption: The launch of the Irish News School Coaching Days 2019, pictured from left to right Raymond Tumilty, Sales Manager O’Neills, Eamon Lynch, Sales Manager Strathroy Dairy, Peter Finn, St Mary’s University College Belfast principal, John Brolly, Irish News Marketing