The National Sports Campus as part of the European Week of Sport #BeActive are hosting the Family Sport Fest in the National Indoor Arena on the 1st October 2017.
Coolmine Judo Club with coach Kieran Foley will be at the Family Sport Fest demonstrating judo and offering taster sessions to visitors to the event. Coolmine Judo Club will be on the mat in the Sports Hall from 12pm to 3pm.
Make sure to tell all your friends who don’t do judo to come & try, the day is packed with sporting events & fun activities. Come and see the home of Irish Sport, Be Active and Be Inspired at the Sport Ireland National Sports Campus.
Pictured at the Sport Ireland National Sports Campus for the launch of Ireland’s first Family SportFest, being held there on Sunday 1st October are (L-R) Mia O’Rahilly Egan (Table Tennis), Saffron Cullen (Archery), Tom O’Brien (Penathlon), Gillian Pinder (Hockey), Mike McCarthy (Rugby), Edel Armstrong (Special Olympics Ireland), Kate Coleman (Penathlon), Sam Magee (Badminton), Robbie Benson (Soccer), Shane Lyndon (Gymnastics), Comhghall Guerrine (Gymnastics), Brendan Hyland (Swimming), Maxim Trigub (Judo), Jason Killeen (Basketball), Brian Byrne (Squash), Conal Keaney (Hurling), Ellen Keane (Paralympics), Alan Brogan (Football), Chloe Magee (Badminton), Gavin Maguire (Table Tennis), Conor Howe (Special Olympics Ireland) and Adam Taylor (Archery) Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie