[b]GAA National Coaching Conference.[/b]
The 4th annual GAA coaching conference will this year be hosted in Croke park from Friday, November 24th to Sunday November 26th. This year a new dimension has been added and for the first time the conference will address key medical issues specific to player welfare.
The conference will be officially opened on Friday evening , followed by a function to honour our top coaches. On Saturday the conference programme will combine a cross sectional theme targeting coaches, administrators and referees as part of the GAA games development CARE foundation. This year the conference will also include a full GAA suppliers exhibition village. Cost this year will be 65 Euro per delegate.
For further information on booking places or for sponsorship / exhibition opportunities
Please contact.. GAA National Coaching + Medical Conference, Invent building, DCU, Dublin 9. Telephone 01- 7007578 for delegates. 087- 9219217 for sponsorship / exhibition details.
[b]First year Post Primary blitz ? Brady cup Blitz[/b]
Our first year Post Primary blitz took place in Manorhamilton on Tuesday September 26th. Seven Schools took part and despite the weather , a wonderfull days football was served up. The final was contested between Carrick Community School and St. Clares Manorhamilton with St. Clares winning by a point at the final whistle. Well done to all who took part.
[b]Under 10 Blitz.[/b]
The next series of under 10 blitz will take place on Saturday 14/10/2006.
Games will commence at 10.30 and will be conditioned to allow only one solo and one hop after which the ball must be played away.
Teams? Annaduff , Dromahair , Mohill and
Aughawillan / Drumreilly.
Venue? St. Marys
Teams? St. Marys, Cloone , Aughavas , Kiltubrid and Drumkeerin.
Our Coaching calander for 2006/07 will be published shortly and will contain details of all seminars and events for the next year.
Any club wishing to host a foundation level coaching course should contact Thomas Keenan or any member of the coaching committee.
10-Oct-06 by Thomas Keenan