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Launch of Goalkeeping Clinic

Specialised GAA Courses

Posted on Thursday, October 9th, 2014

We have 3 advanced specialised courses designed specifically with GAA players in mind coming up over the 2014-2015 season. Each course will focus on coaching Specific aspects of the game. These [...] Read More »

planner Coaching & Games Development Programme 2014 – 2015
Posted on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

We have just released our Coaching & Games Development Programme for 2014 -2015.

The Games Development programme for this year provides the best possible supports in relation to Coach Education and [...] Read More »

Award 2 Child 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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GAA Latest News

D3 Football: Armagh promoted after narrow win
Armagh secured immediate promotion back to the second tier with a narrow win over Louth at the Athletic Grounds on Saturday night.
D2 Football: Cavan too strong for Westmeath
The big news from Breffni Park is that Cavan have finally hit the net – and still have a shot at promotion – after they easily saw off a toothless Westmeath before 2,600 fans at Breffni Park.
D2 Football: Meath outgun sluggish Down
Down spurned the chance of automatic promotion as Meath hit two final quarter goals to boost their own chances of going up from Division Two.
D2 Football: Bolton goal sinks brave Laois
Emmet Bolton popped up to finish a wonderful move for a dramatic 70th minute goal and Paul Cribbin followed up with a point to seal a Kildare win.
D1 Football: Dublin eventually break down Derry
Allianz League holders Dublin came good in the closing stages at Croke Park with four points in a row to finally shrug off dour Derry.