PLANNING FOR SUCCESS, YOUNG GAELIC PLAYER PATHWAY is a guide
that highlights player characteristics and skills that should be developed
at a particular stage of a young players Gaelic career.
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GAA Latest News
- Dublin to wear suicide awareness logo on jersey
- Pieta House and Dublin GAA, with the backing of the county's sponsors Vodafone, have today launched their partnership on the MIND OUR MEN campaign.
- Electric Ireland Minor Championships Update
- There's a lull in the action in the Munster and Leinster Championships for the next few weeks so the Ulster Minor Football Championship once again takes centre stage this weekend.
- Primary School Teacher Summer Courses for 2013
- Calling all primary school teachers! The GAA is delighted to announce that 11 continuing professional development summer courses will take place around the country in July and August.
- Doyle and Dunne Named Players of the Week
- Cavan footballer Martin Dunne and Carlow hurler Craig Doyle have been named as the GAA's players of the week.
- Injury Update: Mixed news for Tyrone
- Tyrone have reported some mixed news on the injury front ahead of Sunday's Ulster GAA Football Championship quarter-final against Donegal.