Sligo kids deliver cute good luck message to county team

As the Sligo Gaelic Football team prepare to face Cork on Saturday children at one of the county’s GAA Cúl Camps have a special message for the players.

The kids were in camp at St Molaise Gaels, a club in the north of the county, and decided to form a human chain to show off their support for the men in black and white.

The youngsters spelled ‘Sligo’ on the pitch and the tweet was retweed by the county’s official GAA Twitter page.

The Yeats county face Cork in Round 4A of the Qualifiers on Saturday at 5pm as part of a double-header with Galway and Tipperary throwing in at 7pm.

Both games will be live on Sky Sports 3.

Cork maybe heavy favourites, but support like this should spurn Sligo.

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