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The life of a minor can oftentimes be all-go, all the time.
It starts as soon as you wake up; the morning rush to eat a proper breakfast while feverishly packing the kit-bag for county training after school.
Sitting in class, day-dreaming about kicking that winning point in the Electric Ireland All Ireland Minor Football Final, or clipping over that winning score in the Electric Ireland All Ireland Minor Hurling Final.
To get there requires putting in the hard yards on the pitch and doing the less glamorous work in the gym; it’s a passion that requires serious dedication for all involved.
With that in mind, Pundit Arena and Electric Ireland understand the need to wind down, to relax, and most importantly to one-up your friends any way you can.
That’s why we’ve launched Major Shootout, a game in which you choose your county, you choose your code and you test your free-taking skills against your mates.
Battle the wind, the distance, and the direction to fire as many scores over the black spot as possible and see how your virtual free-taking skills compare with your match-day skills.
Share your scores on Facebook or Twitter using the #GAAThisIsMajor and you could be in with the chance to win a pair of tickets to this year’s All Ireland football final.
Winners are selected at random, with two tickets up for grabs.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be your county’s sharpest, play Pundit Arena and Electric Ireland’s Major Shootout now!
To play the game, just click here.
Brought to you by Electric Ireland
Minor players are embarking on their adult lives. They have hopes, dreams, pressures, distractions and ambitions, but for this one moment in time, the Electric Ireland Minor Championships is the major thing in their lives.
Follow the conversation at #GAAThisIsMajor or be a part of the action; watch a selection of the GAA Minor Hurling & Football matches live or vote for your Minor Player of the week, with all nominated players in with a chance of making the Electric Ireland Minor Team of the Year 2019.
Find all information on https://www.electricireland.ie/gaa-minor-championships.