Belfast Telegraph

Competition: Kids can go nutty and get kit for free

Due to phenomenal demand, The Irish FA's grassroots football development programme for kids has this year expanded beyond its annual summer holiday camps.

Now running development camps during the Easter, Summer and Halloween school holidays, the Nutty Krust Holiday Camps have seen 5,000 boys and girls (5-14) take part in 2014 so far.

To celebrate the initiative's biggest year yet, sponsors Irwin's Bakery, which bakes the iconic Nutty Krust batch bread, is giving away two pairs of tickets to next month's Uefa Euro 2016 Qualifier between Northern Ireland and Faroe Islands at Windsor Park – as well as two Northern Ireland children's kits and a Northern Ireland jersey signed by the full team.

To be in with a chance of winning one of the prizes, just answer the following easy question: How many children have taken part in the IFA's Nutty Krust Holiday Camps so far this year?

Send your answer along with your name, address and daytime telephone number to, making sure to include 'Nutty Krust IFA Competition' in the subject line. Closing date is 12 noon on Friday September 26.

For more information on venues, dates and availability, visit: or call 028 90 669559.

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