Check out the new Gaelic Football rules which become operative on 1st Jan 2014
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Award 1 Coaching Courses start next Monday evening and run every Monday & Wednesday in October
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Welcome to Dublin County Board’s New and Improved Coaching & Games Development Website.
Please feel free to browse our latest news, upcoming training courses and calendar of events, locate course venues using google maps, view over 50 animation training drills.
- Wednesday 15th Jan 2014 - 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
GPO - A Guide to mentoring Coaches - Group 1 Parnell Park Donnycarney
- Thursday 16th Jan 2014 - 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
GPO - A Guide to mentoring Coaches - Group 2 Parnell Park Donnycarney
- Thursday 16th Jan 2014 - 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
High Performance - The Voice of the Coach Parnell Park
- Friday 17th Jan 2014 - 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
GPO - A Guide to mentoring Coaches - Group 3 Parnell Park Dublin
GAA Latest News
- Armagh triumph in Ã“ Fiaich opener
- Armagh opened up with a win in the Ã“ Fiaich Cup opener against Down at the Athletic Grounds on Thursday night.
- Preview: Portlaoise v St. Vincent's
- The only senior provincial final left to take place is the Leinster football decider between Portlaoise and St. Vincent's and that takes place this Sunday.
- New jersey for Tipperary
- Å KODA Ireland announced the extension of its sponsorship of Tipperary GAA by another year on Thursday, bringing its investment over the four year partnership to â‚¬800,000.
- Fitzgerald outlines vision for Clare
- In an interview on Clare FM, Davy Fitzgerald has outlined his vision of the future for the county's hurling team, and emphasised the importance of the 2013 triumph to Clare's collective well-being.
- Harte assesses O'Neill injury
- Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has confirmed that star forward Stephen O'Neill will miss the early months of next season due to a back injury.