Junior Spring Championship Challenge in aid of St Francis Hospice – 13th to 15th April 2020
Posted: April 9, 2020

A message and fun challenges for our Juniors over Easter from CLTC’s amazing Leader of Coaching, Alan Beaddie and his team:

Hi All

This weekend we should have been starting our 2020 Junior Spring Championships, but obviously that’s not going to happen😩. But fear not, we have come up with an alternative – different age group skill challenges 👍.

Under  8, 10, 12, 14 and 18 with a prize for top 2 in each age category.
Here’s how to enter – parents or guardians should send your child/childrens name and DOB to:

Under 8 & 10 text Alan to enter @ 085-8532608.

Under 12 text Fiona to enter @ 083-3677719.

Under 14 text Donal to enter @ 086-8628422.

Under 18 text Lisa to enter @ 087-9750860.

There will also be an open event for all juniors with a separate prize for the person who sends in the best room design for the Junior Room (it badly needs an overhaul 😄) and the best name for it!   Text designs and name suggestions to Alan @ 085-8532608👍.

Once you have entered, parents/guardians mobile number will be added to a WhatsApp group for your age category, the coach will then post and explain the challenge on there for everyone to see and then you take over, send in your video evidence and enter your best scores👍.

There is no entry fee but I’ve set up an “Everyday Hero” page in aid of St Francis Hospice and you can make donations there.  All donations would be greatly appreciated as the Hospice is financially really really struggling in the present situation.  Details are on the link below and also on the CLTC Facebook page. 💰😇.

https://give.everydayhero.com/ie/alternative-junior-champs

Entry to all events closes at 6pm this Sunday April 12th and you will have from Monday 13th to Wednesday 15th April @ 9pm to make and submit your best score.

The more people that take part, the more fun it will be, so let’s get in to those gardens and give it a lash💪🎾.

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Thanks and stay safe, Alan.