Ulster GAA, in conjunction with Squareball.com has re-launched its student Health and Wellness programme, Drink, Drugs and Sausage Rolls, with the aim of helping young people make the transition from home life to student life.
Tyrone GAA stars Peter Harte and Sean O’Neill were among the crowds of students to visit the ‘Drink, Drugs and Sausage Rolls’ stall at recent fayre in St. Mary’s University College. The stall was present at all the major university campuses with over 2000 leaflets distributed advising students on how to live a healthy life while still having fun!
Now in it’s fifth year, the recognisable stall proved ever popular with freshers and returning students alike, and with the chance to win trendy Squareball gear offered to all visitors, it’s no surprise the stall was a hit this year!
Niall Laird from Squareball.com said, “Squareball is delighted to be the main sponsor of this worthy student campaign. Very often first year students are just looking forward to starting their university life and living an independent life. Unfortunately for far too many that independent life can include things that aren’t good for students’ health and wellbeing. I hope students across the Universities listen to their GAA peers and County role models and choose a healthy lifestyle. Squareball is proud to be associated with this quirky but important campaign.”