Dunloy hurlers visit St Joseph’s PS

As a start to the build up to Sunday’s All Ireland Club hurling semi-final clash with Galway champions St Thomas at Croke Park, the Dunloy hurlers visited St Joseph’s Primary School on Wednesday where they were greeted by the pupils and staff, and school prinical Mr McGuckian. Dominic Dillon and Chrrisy McGilliagan representing the hurling management, joint captains Paul Shiels and Ryan Elliott attending for the team, Caoimhe Molloy for the Camogs, Anthony McQuillan for the Intermediate Football champions, plus club chairman James McKeague.

As is befitting for the time of year the club came bearing gifts, and the they marked the occasion by presenting every pupil in the school with a copy of the recently published children’s book My First Game, which the publishers have adapted for the Cuchullains club. To finish off the visit the pupils sang “Cuchullains Song” to speed their heroes on their way

Team captain Paul Shiels and club chairman James McKeague with their children who received coppies of My First Match for Dunloy

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