Rovers support NDC initiative

At half-time in the recent friendly against Galway, a group of young Sligo Rovers supporters took part in a penalty shootout with Sligo Rovers goalkeeper coach Ciaran Kelly. 
 
The girls were raising awareness on behalf of the National Dairy Council, encouraging teenagers to eat five portions of dairy per day.
 
Further information available on the National Dairy Council website www.ndc.ie.
 
Pictured:
 
Front row: Laura Russell, Sorcha Reddy, Aine Keaney, Amy Torsney, Mary Loughlin 
 
Back row: Sarah Oates, Eimear Colreavy, Megan Brady, Laura McGuinn, Grainne Mitchell.
 

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