Ulster GAA get behind road safety scheme

LAUNCH: At Navan Centre
LAUNCH: At Navan Centre

Ulster GAA have launched an exciting new development in the Live to Play Road Safety programme with the introduction of a new Social Media Campaign.

Lord Mayor of Armagh City and District, Councillor Sharon Haughey was present in the Navan Fort & Centre to launch the first in a series of messages which will feature a range of GAA personalities.

The launch of the Live to Play Social Media campaign during European Road Safety week marks the Ulster GAA’s continued efforts in reducing death and serious injury on the roads.

The wider campaign has been running since 2010 and has proven hugely successful to date.

The Social Media Campaign, targeted at young people, will feature GAA players and coaches from each County in Ulster and from each GAA code.

All Ireland winning medallists Eamonn McGee, Martin Penrose, Eilis NiCaiside, Claire Timoney and Johnny Campbell star in the messages alongside National Handball Champion Aisling Reilly, Ireland International Rules vice-captain Ciaran McKeever, Ulster Manager Joe Kernan and the highly recognised Peter Canavan.