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Liam Callaghan coaching rugby in Castlerea and Roscommon Colleges

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Liam Callaghan is now coaching rugby in the Community College in Castlerea & also the Community College in Roscommon.

A big thank you to Mary Mullarkey in Castlerea & Frank Chambers in Roscommon as well as all their staff members for their support in introducing rugby to their respective colleges.

Also, thank you to former Ireland Under-20 and Connacht Rugby player Denis Buckley who took a session with Liam recently in Castlerea.

Well done Liam on your continued great coaching work with Creggs Rugby and youth rugby.

Castlerea Community College and Roscommon Community College join Coláiste Mhuire, Ballygar and Roscommon CBS as secondary schools now with rugby coaching available to students. Well done to all concerned with each college, from everyone at Creggs Rugby.

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