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Award 2 Child Course

Posted on Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

We have an Award 2 Child course planned for June & July 2014 (Day Course)

The Award 2 Coach Education course is the third award on the coaching pathway of Gaelic [...] Read More »

new rules New rule changes for 2014
Posted on Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Check out the new Gaelic Football rules which become operative on 1st Jan 2014

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Award 2 child 2 Award 2 Child Course
Posted on Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

Award 2 Child Course
The Award 2 Coach Education course is the third award on the coaching pathway of Gaelic games. The course is aimed at coaches that have progressed through [...] Read More »

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Posted on Thursday, October 3rd, 2013

Award 1 Coaching Courses start next Monday evening and run every Monday & Wednesday in October

There are still a limited number of places available.
For information on the course content click [...] Read More »

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Colun: Seifteanna, Pleannana agus Ceisteanna
Ar tharla sé riamh cheana go raibh oiread neamhchinnteachta i measc an phobail faoi chluiche ceannais agus atá faoin gCluiche Ceannais Peile idir Dún na nGall agus Ciarraí Dé Domhnaigh seo chugainn?
McGeeney: Donegal don't get enough credit
Ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland final, Armagh's new manager Kieran McGeeney has said that Donegal aren't shown the respect they deserve because of the way their style of football is portrayed by the media.
Brothers In Arms: Eamon and Neil McGee
Donegal's full-back line has proven rock-solid in recent years and much of the credit must go to the Gaoth Dobhair brothers Éamon and Neil McGee.
All-Ireland Minor Final Preview: Kerry v Donegal
For the people of Kerry and Donegal, Sunday is a very special day, and for the two groups of young footballers involved, it is the biggest day of their lives so far.
All-Ireland Senior Final Preview: Kerry v Donegal
Donegal's third All-Ireland SFC Final, Kerry's 59th. We preview Sunday's decider between two counties who have only met once before in the championship.