Registration for this summer’s GAA Cul camps is now open…
Registration for the Wexford GAA Cul Camps is now open.
Just like last summer, the Cul Camps will be following strict guidelines set out by the GAA and the Government.
“The safety of our participants and staff is always of the utmost importance to us. Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps are expected to proceed in 2021 in line with Government guidelines and subject to advice from the relevant authorities,” the Cul Camps stated on their website.
The Wexford venues that will be going ahead this Summer are as follows:
Adamstown, Ballygarret, Bannow, Blackwater, Bree, Buffers Alley, Bunclody, Castletown, Cloughbawn, Craanford, Crossabeg, Duffry Rovers, Ferns, Geraldine O’Hanrahans, Glynn-Barntown, Gorey, Gusserane, Horsewood, Kilanerin, Kilmore, Kilrush, Marshalstown, Monageer, Oulart-The Ballagh, Our Lady’s Island, Oylegate, Pairc Charmain, Rapps, Rathnure, Rathgarogue-Cushinstown, Shamrocks, Shels, St James, St Martins, St Patricks, St Annes, St Marys Rosslare, Taghmon, Wexford Park.
One important thing to note is that the 2021 kit is the same design as the 2020 kit.
Given the circumstances and just like last year, the GAA has noted that the Cul Camps may be running on a reduced capacity for 2021. Unlike other years, booking must be completed online in advance.
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