Carryduff Colts ‘GoldMarkers’ Receive Their Awards

The Irish Football Association ‘Goldmark’ scheme is for young volunteers aged between 14 and 24, who help in the club.

Run in conjunction with Volunteer Now and the Department of Education, it aims to recognise the volunteering efforts of young people in sport.  The programme requires young Colts/IFA volunteers who are actively involved in the Club to complete a Volunteer Record book which is signed off by a club official.  These qualifications are recognised by the Department of Education and can be used for CV’s.

Carryduff Colts already have more volunteers signed up and going through their paces!


Euan Neeson, Eamon Swail, Eoin Haigney and Rory Thompson

Our young Goldmarkers were rewarded for their efforts at a  special  ceremony  in the Wellington Park Hotel.  The boys received their 50  and 100 hours  accreditation

The Executive Committee would like to congratulate the boys  for all  their hard  work and pass on a special thanks to Stephen  McArdle  and all the 2009 and  Girls football coaches who  assisted the boys.

The Club is keen to get more volunteers involved.  If you are  interested in  becoming a ‘Goldmarker’ please keep free to contact  Jake McKeown/Pat  Neeson for further information.

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