Update: 11th June 2018
Congratulations to Ballygalget GAC Camogs who won the Div 2 All Ireland Camogie final at Galway yesterday. A well deserved achievement.
The hurlers made it through to Semi finals and faced stiff competition. A marvellous achievement !
Congratulations to Ballygalget GAC management, sponsors, volunteers and parents who made the week-end a memorable experience.
Update: Sunday 10th June 2018
Ballygalget Hurlers and Camogs doing very well and still competing into Sunday semi-finals !
Ballygalget hurlers (Div 4) and camogs (Div 1) are proudly representing the county of Down this coming weekend in Galway.
The competition hosts approximately 25,000 boys and girls each year with all 32 GAA counties represented along with teams from London and Warwickshire. Féile na nGael states that its primary objective is to facilitate and enable personal, social and cultural development amongst young people with emphasis on cultural and community activities, leadership and training through sport.
As QUINTIN QS is based in Ballygalget, we wish all those boys and girls participating this weekend in Galway, an enjoyable time and many new friendships !
Thanks also to the Ballygalget GAC coaches/management, official sponsors and people who helped raise the required funds to participate in the competition.