The Cycling Ulster Youth Commission are planning a weekend training and racing camp in Dublin on the weekend of 13th and 14th of March. A donation from the David McCall Foundation means that the weekend trip will be subsidised, making the total cost €30, this includes overnight accommodation at Bewley's Hotel, evening meal on Saturday as well as breakfast and lunch on Sunday.

On Saturday riders will concentrate on track training at the Eamonn Ceannt Track at Sundrive. Racing will take place the following day at Waterstown Park, which is a road racing circuit free from traffic situated in Palmerstown.

Cycling Ulster Youth Commission Chairman Mickey McKenna outlined the plans for the weekend by saying "With issues surrounding access to our own track at Orangefield we have decided to use Saturday as an opportunity for our youth riders to get some track training in their legs at the Sundrive track."

The Waterstown Park circuit is a new venture that the Cycling Ireland Youth Commission will be using for racing throughout the season, McKenna added "We are able to offer this opportunity to our youth cyclists because of funding provided by the David McCall Foundation, the Waterstown Park venue is free from traffic which will enable young riders to train and race without facing the danger of traffic that we meet on the road and therefore we feel is a good investment of the money being raised in Davy's memory."

Any Cycling Ulster U16, U14, or U12 member interested in attending this weekend should contact Mickey McKenna (086329 8860, michaeljmckenna@hotmail.com) or Kenny Dunlop (02889 521681/07884234570, ken.dunlop@nihe.gov.uk) as soon as possible as Bewley's Hotel and the Track Commission need to be informed about the exact number of riders.