Last week Leahy Park was home to 95 boys and girls who took part in the Kellogg’s Cul Camp.
Although the weather did play havoc at the beginning of the week it failed to dampen the spirits of our aspiring Tipperary hurling and camogie stars of the future.
Children enjoyed a week of fun-filled games to develop existing skills and to learn new ones.
Great excitement buzzed through the camp when Tipperary player Denis Maher called in to offer words of encouragement to each group of kids. Denis signed jerseys, helmets and Hurleys for each child which they were delighted to show off to parents.
Tipp FM also popped in to do a live broadcast to prepare for the big game.
Children got the chance to shout on Tipp while sharing their favourite players and score predictions which we are sure to their delight came true on Sunday.
Thanks to all involved in the running go the camp, especially to Eileen Moloney!