Young footballers learn lifesaving first aid

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Footballers from Campbeltown and District Juvenile Football Association netted some top quality first aid training recently.

CDJFA groups have been learning basic first aid skills, from paramedic Lorne McArthur, which could help treat sports injuries.

One group made friends with resuscitation dummy Jimmy.
One group made friends with resuscitation dummy Jimmy.

The youngster’s training included cleaning and bandaging up wounds, supporting broken bones, dealing with concussion and some CPR and 28 children in total took advantage of this opportunity.

Imogen Todd practices resuscitation watched by other young players. NO_c43firstaid01_Imogen_Todd

One group made friends with resuscitation dummy Jimmy. NO_c43firstaid02