Panthers on the prowl for new ability

THE South Dublin Panthers American Football Academy, for boys and also women born in 2003, 2004, 2005 and also 2006, resumes training today in Tymon Park adhering to the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.

The Panthers, one of Ireland’s leading Football clubs, are looking for to contribute to their crop of young athletes participating in this amazing sport.Qualified Coaches from Ireland, Europe and also the United States take care of the Panthers teams which vary from the academy degree, via non-contact flag football, to the senior adult group.

In 2019, the club’s academy got to the nationwide semi-finals with the elders going a step additionally as well as head train Steve McDonnell told the Dublin Gazette he is hoping to build on that success.


“We truly rely on developing young athletes right here and we have seen the benefits of that.”Our Academy players

have taken place to represent Ireland in American Football and also have bet the elderly group as we completed for the Shamrock Dish.”It’s one of the elements of this club that sets us apart I believe, our concentrate on establishing young players. We have one of the best academy establish in the country and we’re only just beginning to see the advantages of that currently.”

Training returns to on May 8 in Tymon Park. Contact the Panthers on Instagram, Facebook or their website to figure out a lot more.

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