Lenove Camp Carrigoon Aug 2015

screenshot1021The Lenovo GAA Skills Hub is a nationally co-ordinated Gaelic Games programme of skill development activities taking place in a positive playing environment, providing boys and girls aged 13-16 years old with the opportunity to derive maximum enjoyment from their involvement in Gaelic Games. this year saw a large turnout in numbers at the Skills camp in Carrigoon Mallow from 11th August to the 14th August.

The Lenovo GAA Skills Hub aims to maximising participation, optimising playing standards, ensuring that players’ needs are catered for in a balanced and holistic way. Inter county players will be actively involved in the day to day activities of the Skills Hub. The staff working on the programme are experienced quality coaches (male and female), who have GAA, LGFA or Camogie qualifications.

Lenova Camp winner James Horgan1
Lenova Camp winner James Horgan receiving his prize from the coaches

The “Lenovo GAA Skills Programme” is supported by the GPA, LGFA and the Camogie Association.
Along with Playing the Games and expert coaching, a section of each day will be used to show best practice in Lifestyle choices such as Nutrition, Fitness levels, Preparation for Games, Sun Smart, and general advice from the inter county players present.