The IAFA International squad met in Limerick this weekend for their seventh training camp of the year. Following two solid performances in England last month the squad returned to the training pitches at the University of Limerick to continue their preparation for the Amputee World Cup which draws ever closer. The coaching staff were delighted as players impressed once again during fitness testing on Friday night proving that each squad member is training hard behind the scenes. The squad played a training match against Limerick's Granville Rangers on Saturday and sat down to analyse their performances in England that evening. On Sunday the players recovered in the pool after further coaching and strength and conditioning sessions that morning. Focus has now firmly shifted towards the Amputee World Cup. With less that 16 weeks to go before the squad depart for Mexico and months of hard work behind them the players and staff are ramping up their efforts to reach their peaks for the competition. The IAFA like to say a huge thank you to Granville Rangers for providing excellent opposition in the training game played on Saturday.
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