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St Comgall’s set to host Gaelic Football Festival

Thursday, 7 September 2017

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ARE you interested in playing one of the fastest growing team games for girls?
New research has demonstrated that team sports have a positive effect on loneliness and feeling supported. In short, girls who play sport have reported feeling less depressed and isolated.
St Comgall's GAC in Antrim have invested a lot of time hard work into building a sustainable future for girls sport in the borough.
Their goal, they say, is to build an underage structure for girls at all age groups within the club like they have done with the boys.
“No experience? Feeling shy? Never played sport before? Feeling nervous? Don't worry!" said a spokesperson.
“You need no prior experience in playing the game. This will improve your health and wellbeing and allow you to make new friends, learn new skills and be part of a local club that has being in existence since 1925.
“And if you enjoy playing any team game then you will love girls' football."
*Read the full story in this week's Antrim Guardian

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