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Reserve Forces & Cadets Association
Northern Ireland


Game on for Carrick Cadets

29 April 2013

Touching down at the Ballyclare Festival of Rugby, one of the largest mini tournaments in the province, were Carrick cadets who added to the fun of the family-style celebration of sport by offering festival-goers a taste of Cadet life. The teenagers also showed their commitment to the community, fund raising for Wooden Spoon, the official charity of British and Irish Rugby founded in 1983 and dedicated to helping mentally and physically disadvantaged children and young people across the British Isles live happier, richer lives.

Pictured getting down to raining funds are charity high flyers from Carrickfergus 2062 Squadron Air Training Corps: (back) Rebecca Clark, Lauren Kernaghan and katie Garnett and (front) Mark Eccles and Thomas Dickson.