The U10 girls teams from 62 clubs, representing 31 counties, will play at Croke Park in the Ladies Gaelic Football Association’s Activity Day next Monday, April 15.
Every year the LGFA is assigned one activity day in Croke Park. This has been used for Gaelic4Girls, Gaelic4Teens, schools and clubs in the past few years. This year, Croke Park will stage an Under 10 Go Games Blitz.
There will be a maximum of 15 players on each panel, with two mentors per team.
Go Games blitzes were held across the country in March. At the county designated U10 blitzes, all participating teams were entered into a draw and the lucky teams were picked to participate in the Croke Park Activity Day.
That means 930 girls and 124 mentors will go into the Easter holidays with a sense of excitement not only based around the freedom from the classroom and the impending chocolate treats.
A special day indeed.