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Laois camogie player brings her beloved national sport to Uganda

What a great sight to see.

Laois camogie player Rosemarie Bermingham may just have recruited over 30 eager young players to her club and county team with this offering of jerseys in Uganda.

Rosemarie put old O’Moores camogie club jerseys to great use while over volunteering in Uganda with Nurture Africa for the summer.

It is reported that the Holy Family NS has made the children & staff of Kisimbiri Primary School very happy with this wonderful gesture and the club couldn’t be happier to be a part of it.

This isn’t the first time a Laois club has donated their jerseys to children in Uganda.

In May, Shanahoe GAA donated two sets of jerseys to school pupils in Uganda when teacher Mary Dunphy paid a visit to the country.

Rosemarie is in Uganda with Nuture Africa. Nurture Africa is an Irish founded Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) and works in the international development and humanitarian sectors in Uganda.

Rosemarie previously spent months fundraising to volunteer in Uganda, where she undertakes in a teaching programme there.

Well done Rosemarie!

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