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GALWAY GAA CREATIVE COMPETITION 

 
With sport at a virtual standstill due to the Coronavirus these are testing times for fans all over the country. However, in recent weeks we've seen young and old stuck at home inspire us with their creativity be it a video, a drawing or skills challenge. 
 
Now Galway GAA are inviting individuals or your club to enter a very special competition to win a magnificent prize.
It's an exclusive and private training session in your own home when all restrictions are lifted and it's safe to do so with Galway Senior Football Manager Padraic Joyce and captain Shane Walsh.
There will also be a number of runners up prizes including a signed Galway hurling and football jersey. 
 
"It's an incredible prize. Imagine Padraic Joyce and Shane Walsh in your own back garden putting you through your paces" says Pat Kearney, Chairperson, Galway GAA. 
 
All you have to do is email us a drawing, photograph or a "30 film that captures everything you love about Galway GAA to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
 
"We've seen some great material on social media in recent weeks so looking forward to seeing what Galway GAA fans come up with for this exciting competition" says Padraic Joyce, Galway Senior Football Manager. 
 
The closing date for entry is Friday, May 29th.  
 
Click on the COLOURING BOOK   to download the templates
 

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