NORTHERN Ireland manager Michael O’Neill has visited three schools and attended an event at Derry City Council during a whistle stop tour of the west of the Province.
His first stop was Cookstown Primary School where he officially opened a new multi-use games facility.
The international boss then travelled to McClintock Primary School, just outside Omagh to officially open a new soft play area.
Next up was a visit to Holy Cross College in Strabane for a Q&A session with pupils from the school’s teams who won the Senior Cup and Youth Cup at last season’s Northern Ireland Schools’ Cup Finals Day.
The tour concluded with a Football For All Workshop at the offices of Derry City Council involving local young people.
“I had a very enjoyable day visiting the three schools and attending the Football For All workshop, meeting some fantastic and inspiring people,” said Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill.