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Pella Progress Report!

Since January we have introduced and installed Pella goals in 28 venues around the country. We’re waiting to make our breakthrough into Munster but we are represented in the other 3 provinces. We’ve had great feedback both from clubs and schools who have installed the goals with enthusiastic reports of both Pella and Pucpella. We have been asked to demonstrate the games in Tyrone, Wexford and Galway over the next month and we would hope that a few more sets of goals will be dispatched following these demos. Louth County Board have begun to organise a winter Pella league with Goals installed in Mattock Rangers, Ardee Community School, St. Joseph’s Dromiskin, St. Patrick’s. Lordship, St. Oliver plunketts, Drogheda and Dundalk Gaels among the venues to be used. There’ll be a few more installed in Louth before Christmas as well so that should help spread such tournaments the length and breadth of the wee county! In our home county of Meath we currently have Pella Goals in Gormanston College, Donaghmore Ashbourne GAA, Kilmessan Hurling Club, Navan indoor Astroturf Centre, Mullaghboy and Trim GAA. In Kildare we Have goals in Clane Community School, Ballyteague GAA and St. Laurences GAA Club. We have 4 Sets of Goals in Dublin with 2 sets in the Ward Indoor Astroturf Centre, a set in Clondalkin CBS and in St. Vincent’s CBS Glasnevin. Our Galway venue is in Salthill GAA Centre and we are represented in the sunny South East in Rathnure St. Annes GAA in Wexford. Mullagh Cuchulainns GAA in Cavan is our only Ulster venue but we hope that we will be better represented in Ulster following our demonstration in Ballygawley on December 14th.


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