European Week of Sport and Irish National Fitness Day

As part of the celebrations for the European Week of Sport (10th - 18th September) and the Irish National Fitness day (Friday, 16th September), a range of different sport and fitness activities will be held in Magh Ene College throughout the coming week - all students and staff are encouraged to get involved!! ewos-banner-2016
REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** Launch Of Ireland’s First National Fitness Day, Trinity College, Dublin 20/7/2016 Pictured at the announcement of Ireland’s first National Fitness Day which will take place on the 16th September and being led by Ireland Active and supported by Healthy Ireland and Sport Ireland are Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O'Donovan TD and Anna Geary All Star Camogie player. National Fitness Day is a celebration of the role physical activity plays in Ireland, the positive impact fitness has on people's lives and will showcase the many different ways available nationwide to partake in physical activity. Ireland Active is the national association for active leisure and fitness and represent over 200 leisure centres, gyms, swimming pools, education providers and outdoor recreation facilities on the island of Ireland. Pictured today Conn McCluskey (7yrs old) and Sibha Bhoja (7yrs old)  Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE***
Launch Of Ireland’s First National Fitness Day, Trinity College, Dublin 20/7/2016
Pictured at the announcement of Ireland’s first National Fitness Day which will take place on the 16th September and being led by Ireland Active and supported by Healthy Ireland and Sport Ireland are Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O'Donovan TD and Anna Geary All Star Camogie player. National Fitness Day is a celebration of the role physical activity plays in Ireland, the positive impact fitness has on people's lives and will showcase the many different ways available nationwide to partake in physical activity. Ireland Active is the national association for active leisure and fitness and represent over 200 leisure centres, gyms, swimming pools, education providers and outdoor recreation facilities on the island of Ireland.
Pictured today Conn McCluskey (7yrs old) and Sibha Bhoja (7yrs old)
Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

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