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Castlebar Stingers Ice & Inline Hockey Club

The Club use Swinford Community Centre , Swinford, Co. Mayo , F12HH50,

The Castlebar Stingers Ice & Inline Hockey Club is for boys and girls from the age of four upwards. We run Learn-to-Play and Learn-to-Skate programmes for all who are interested in starting out in the sport. Learn To Skate Classes - Learn To Skate ages 4&over, also Adults. Learn To Play Hockey - Learn To Skate, Pass, Shoot and Score. We are now offering training sessions at Swinford Community Centre, where you can train to become a Castlebar Stingers Hockey Player and Inline Skater. We also try to ensure that our members can attend the ice hockey camps and the regular ice hockey training sessions currently held at the Dundonald International Ice Bowl, Belfast. We are permanently recruiting girls and boys for our inline hockey team. Please note: children do not need to know how to skate. They will be taught all of these skills and will be able to join our Stingers Team! We are also inviting adults to come along and learn to skate. Serving the North West! Great fun and a fantastic atmosphere are guaranteed!

Castlebar Stingers Ice&Inline Hockey Club aims to develop a club that is accessible to all who have a passion and interest in inline or ice hockey. Our goal is primarily to promote sport and conduct activities for its development. The club conducts socially useful activities. It focuses on popularizing the development of physical culture and sport, in particular on the promotion of inline hockey and ice hockey. Castlebar Stingers Club supports the development of hockey in Ireland and is striving to raise the quality of training to a very high standard for young children and youth, in accordance with the constitution and declarations of the club. We strive to include a professional training system, organise training camps and acquire training equipment in order to train a fully-fledged player. We envisage it to grow further but intend to maintain a child and family-friendly environment.

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