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27/07/2021

Ball wall boost for Bennettsbridge camogie and hurling skills

Kilkenny Kilkenny

Members of Bennettsbridge Camogie and GAA Clubs at their newly painted ball wall

Bennettsbridge Camogie Club is delighted to receive sponsorship to paint its ball wall from local businessman Eoin O’Carroll of Bennettsbridge Limestone.


“It’s fantastic to receive sponsorship at any stage, but to receive it when fundraising is limited by Covid is really fantastic,” said Cllr Deirdre Cullen, chairperson of the camogie club.
Cllr Cullen said both the Camogie Club and Bennettsbridge GAA Club are delighted with the sponsorship and all players will benefit from it, the boys and girls.


“There has been great excitement since the wall was finished and fantastic to use as a fun element each evening at training, at the pitch,” added Cllr Cullen.
Eoin visited the pitch and was delighted to see everyone practising their skills at the ball wall. His sponsorship is appreciated by both the Camogie and GAA Clubs.
Thanks went to Sos Alaverdyan, of Sos Art and Design, who painted the wall.

Pictured above:

Bennettsbridge Camogie Club with committee members standing behind. Cllr. Deirdre Cullen, Chairperson Bennettsbridge Camogie Club, Alan Flynn, Chairperson Bennettsbridge GAA Club, Eoin O’Carroll, Bennettsbridge Limestone (sponsor), Alan Morrissey, Secretary Bennettsbridge Camogie Club and Patrick O’Neill, Secretary, Bennettsbridge GAA Club PICTURE: HARRY REID

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