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Anyone for Danderball?

Getting ready for some Danderball are: Standing from left to right: Western Trust Community Services Manager, John Mahon and Western Trust Physical Activity Co-ordinator, Lesley Finlay pictured with John-Paul Glenn and Sean Hagan Active Communities Coaches with Derry City Council.

Getting ready for some Danderball are: Standing from left to right: Western Trust Community Services Manager, John Mahon and Western Trust Physical Activity Co-ordinator, Lesley Finlay pictured with John-Paul Glenn and Sean Hagan Active Communities Coaches with Derry City Council.

  • by Staff Reporter
 

Local men over 50 are being encouraged to try out a new physical activity concept which is the first of its kind Northern Ireland – walking football.

Drop into one of the taster sessions from 2-4pm in Templemore Sports Complex on Wednesday (May 7), Riversdale Leisure Centre, Strabane on Thursday (May 8), or Roe Valley Leisure Centre, Limavady on Friday (May 9).

The taster sessions are free of charge and there’s no upper age limit or skill required.

Getting ready for some Danderball are: Standing from left to right: Western Trust Community Services Manager, John Mahon and Western Trust Physical Activity Co-ordinator, Lesley Finlay pictured with John-Paul Glenn and Sean Hargan Active Communities Coaches with Derry City Council.

 

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