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Friday 20 October 2017

Children say Crumlin Camp is Cul

NO school. That's cool. Especially when the Kellogg's GAA Cul Camps come to town.

Up at O'Toole Park, the Crumlin children (

) are having a party. From Monday to Friday, 10am to 2pm, the Camp is ensuring that the Crumlin Cubs are enjoying a season in the sun.

The weather has blessed the fun-filled days, and each child leaves for home with a smile on their face.

The Crumlin camp mirrors what is going on throughout the country this July and August. Over 1,000 camps are taking place. GAA President, Liam O'Neill, is a fan.

"The children learn the skills, make friends and get a sense of improved well-being."

Dublin's Rory O'Carroll is also a big advocate. "I have been involved at camps in my own club, Kilmacud Crokes, and I have seen the children's skills dramatically improve with expert coaching delivered in a safe and fun environment."

In Crumlin, it's all about playing the games with a laugh.

And the children are loving every second.

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