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COBH GAA HOSTS COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLBEING EVENING.

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GAA1Cobh GAA & Cobh Camogie Club Community Health and Wellbeing Evening proved a great success on Thursday, February 25th last. Guest speakers included Majella Canty from The Samaritans, Adam McCarthy who specialises in Strength and conditioning and HSE’s Shirley O’Shea, who all had valuable advice on exercise, nutrition, stress management and looking after our general health and wellbeing. Stands on the night included Ballymore Running Club, Diabetes Check, Coral Leisure, The Samaritans, Blood Pressure Check, Cobh GAA, Cobh Ladies Football Club and lots more.

All in all it was a very informative night and a great success! Cobh GAA were delighted to host such a fantastic evening and we would like to thank everyone that came on the night. A big thank you to our guest speakers, clubs and associations who gave there time and shared there knowledge. For more updates on Cobh GAA and what we’re up to follow us on Facebook or check out our web page www.cobhgaa.com

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CALLING ALL GAA PLAYERS

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As the new 2019 season is about to begin, Cobh GAA would like to extend a warm welcome to any GAA players in the town be they hurlers or footballers, who are looking to train and play with Cobh teams. Please contact James or Declan through the Cobh GAA website or GAA social media for more information.

COBH GAA JUVENILE COACHING QUIZ
A quiz will be held in Cobh GAA Club to support juvenile coaching and games in the club. February 22nd at 8.00pm, with music in the lounge after the quiz. €20 per table of 4. Adults and children welcome.

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