At Lusk United our players are central to all we do, so we thought we would let them have their say. We sent our trusty reporter off to a training session to ask some hard hitting questions. Meet our fantastic Under 10 boys.
Why do you like playing for Lusk United? The range of answers we got all centred around one key point… fun. This delighted us as our club ethos is work hard & have fun. Describe your team in one word. Interestingly we didn’t have a word repeated! Good, fantastic, great, class, amazing, best, professional, loud, brilliant and happiness all featured. Positive and reaffirming words. What makes a coach a good coach? A great question as what adults feel is a good coach perhaps doesn’t equate with what children feel. Our U10 boys felt a good coach makes football fun, explains well and is supportive. A coach who listens and helps with good training sessions. One who will tell you the truth, listen to the players and help out. A good coach is someone who tells you and teaches you what you need to improve. Each players’ response focused on having fun, identifying areas for improvement and learning how to improve, proving just how focused and tuned in these boys are. Now that we have peaked your interest, why not tune into our Facebook page to see more from our U 10 boys… Hear about the hardest game they ever played, their favourite footballer and their best memory at Lusk United so far. Meanwhile they will continue to try perfect the Rainbow flick, around the world, shooting on target and defending. Well done Under 10’s we loved hearing from you.
In other news we are delighted to see the completed remedial works to our ball stop nets at Rathmore Road. These works were partially funded by the Fingal County Council Sustainability Competition 2020 and the 2020 Community Enhancement Programme from the Depart of Rural and Community Development, Fingal County Council and the Local Community Development Committee The Executive Committee of Lusk United A.F.C. wish to thank those involved for making this happen.