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Edwin Doran Sports Tours are looking forward to The Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Trophy game between Larne Grammar School and Royal School, Dungannon, being played on Wednesday 29th January.
Customers and friends of Edwin Doran Sports Tours and Edwin Doran MasterClass are invited to take advantage of our exclusive ‘buy one get one free’ offer, now on sale!
Join us as New Zealand Silver Ferns, the Sunshine Girls of Jamaica and England battle it out at Wembley and the Copper Box Arena ahead of the Commonwealth Games next summer.
The fixtures available for the ZEO International Netball Tri-Series are as follows:
Saturday 18th January
Best of luck to Hampton School who departed for their Cricket Tour to India today. Their ten night tour covers the fascinating cities of Mumbai and Chennai and they will play in front of huge crowds at some fantastic stadiums as well as visiting the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, the cricket capital of India. The boys will also be spending some time at the Akanksha Foundation, a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide children from low income communities with a high quality education, enabling them to maximise their potential and transform their lives.
Edwin Doran are pleased to announce we have successfully been appointed fully assured members of the School Travel Forum (STF).
Founded in 2003, the School Travel Forum is a democratic, not for profit organisation of leading school tour operators that promotes good practice and safety in school travel.
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Home and away: a sporting odyssey from South Wales to Australia
On 22 July 2013, 46 hockey, netball and rugby players – cheered on by six enthusiastic teachers – left South Wales to begin a three-week sports and sightseeing adventure on the other side of the world. The trip was the brainchild of Dean Mason, a teacher at Gowerton School in Swansea, and organised by Edwin Doran Sports Tours.