Waterford becomes the latest county to launch a multi-sport club, the third new club to be launched so far in 2024.

Starting on Tuesday 7th May, Waterford Junior Multi-Sport Club launches at the Kingfisher Club on Tramore Road. IWA-Sport and Waterford Sports Partnership have come together to bring a junior multi-sport club to the Deise county, via the Sport Ireland Dormant Accounts Fund.

The club will be open to children aged 5-15 years old, with any physical disability where they’ll get to try a variety of para sports while getting to make new friends. Waterford Junior Multi-Sport Club will give children the chance to develop social skills, improve their fitness and more, all while enjoying para sports in a positive environment.

Speaking on what the Waterford Multi-Sport Club hopes to achieve, IWA-Sport’s Rachel Sinnott said:

“The aim of this multi-sport club is to give children with a physical disability an opportunity to try out a multitude of sports and find their strength in a positive environment. Through the weekly sessions we will explore various para sports, fun activities, and games to develop the children’s skills and assist them in reaching their full potential.

“We have seen first-hand the impact these clubs can have on the children, not only in the physical sense but with building self-confidence and nurturing resilience. It is great to work in partnership with Waterford Sports Partnership to bring a club to Waterford.”

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