Cúl Camps set to resume
GAA Cúl Camps are set to resume this summer despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
They'll run from July 20th up to the end of August, and will come as good news to many parents.
National Cul Camp Cooridinator, Charlie Harrison, says strict health measures will be in place.
"Our Covid-19 GAA Advisory Group, we've been working hard with them over the last couple of months to ensure that everything is going to be followed an in line with the HSE Guidelines.
"We've a lot of training programmes in place for our coaches, and a lot of protocols that will have to be adhered to in order to get these off the ground."
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