Summer Camps extended to County Sligo

The Sligo Rovers Summer Camps in association with The Sligo Champion continue in the month of August and have been  extended to Geevagh, Riverstown and Oxfield. 
 
Camps will also take place in The Showgrounds. The Geevagh Camp takes place on August 11th to 15, the Riverstown Camp on August 18th to 22nd and Oxfield on 25th August to 29th.
 
The Showgrounds Camps take place every Monday to Friday until the 29th of August. 
 
Participants this year will receive a medal and certificate for taking part in the camp, a photograph with the FAI and Setanta Cup and entry to a home league game in The Showgrounds.
 
Costs will be €55 for one child, €90 for two children and €120 for three children from one family.
 
For phone or e-mail booking contact Jane at 071-9171212, e-mail jane@sligorovers.com.
 
Alternatively, forms are available at The Showgrounds to make bookings in advance. Places are limited to pre-booking is advised.
 
Sligo Rovers Kids Camps are open to all boys and girls between 5 and 15 and will develop their fundamental skills through practics and participation of games and most importanly - fun.
 
The Rovers camps provide a safe, fun coaching environment to encourage equality of participation through non-competitive drills and playing with our coaches and players to learn the game.
 
Only vetted and certified FAI coaches will be part of the Sligo Rovers Kids Camp line-up.
The camps are ideal participation for children on school holidays to develop their skills and enjoy the game.
 
The camps have been running for a number of years and are structured in proven and encouraging means so all participants can enjoy the experience.
 
Our camps teach to play the Sligo Rovers way - as a team.

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