ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The Albany Rebels Gaelic Athletic Association introduced they are going to be hosting a free series of indoor Irish sports follow classes. The series will run from December by the start of April.
The Rebels, who compete within the Midwest Division of the United States Gaelic Athletic Association, concentrate on Gaelic soccer and hurling, each of that are conventional sports which are common in Ireland. Gaelic soccer is analogous with rugby, soccer and basketball, whereas hurling is paying homage to lacrosse.
Anyone who has ever had an curiosity in studying about or making an attempt out Irish sports is invited to take part. While free to attend, a majority of the classes will likely be held at Afrim’s in Colonie, which requires a yearly $15 membership and a signed waiver, each of which may be accomplished on-line or on the follow classes.
The Gaelic soccer classes are co-ed, whereas the hurling classes are geared towards males. The full schedule is detailed under:
Albany Rebels Practice Sessions
All classes hosted at Afrim’s from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. until in any other case famous
- December 2: Hurling – Sage Armory, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
- December 15: Football
- December 29: Hurling
- January 12: Football
- January 26: Hurling
- February 9: Football
- February 23: Hurling
- March 8: Football
- March 22: Hurling
- April 5: Football
Colonie Afrim’s is positioned at 636 Albany-Shaker Road, and Sage Armory is positioned at 130 New Scotland Avenue. Anyone with questions concerning the classes can attain out to the Albany Rebels at firstname.lastname@example.org.