Shortlists announced for Camogie Association/WGPA Players’ Player of the Year Awards 2018, sponsored by Liberty Insurance
The GAA/PDST Future Leaders Transition Year Programme is being rolled out in over 260 Post Primary Schools as of September 2018. The cross-curricular programme comprising of 8 Modules in subjects as diverse as Coaching, Sports Journalism and Event Management, is designed to provide a learning experience based on the practical application of the skills from each module, by empowering every student to play an active role in the organisation of a Gaelic Games opportunity in their School or Community. As such it aims to bring the GAA value of ‘Inclusion’ to life in every Post Primary School undertaking the programme. We want these students to have a lifelong involvement in the Association as coaches, referees, administrators and players. The programme will develop life skills in the students, supporting them to be more physically active, to be more focused and aware, to be better communicators and team workers and to have a sense of belonging in their community and their place. There are benefits to the pupil, the school, to local clubs and communities, and to the country as a whole.
All-Ireland Intermediate finalists Cork and Down lead the nominations for this year’s Camogie Soaring Stars Awards, sponsored by Liberty Insurance.
All-Ireland finalists Cork and Kilkenny lead the Camogie All-Stars Awards 2018 shortlist. The final team will be announced at the 15th annual Camogie All-Stars Awards banquet, sponsored by Liberty Insurance in Citywest Hotel on Saturday, November 3rd.
The GAA Museum at Croke Park made its own history on September 29 when it smashed the Official Guinness World Record for ‘Largest Hurling Lesson’.
Talent Academy & Player Development Work Group
GAA and GPA launch the Fenway Hurling Classic 2018
The Camogie Association have teamed up with Bodywhys for a number of upcoming workshops in relation to a study done with Camogie players across the country.
Concussion Care Cultivated at Croke Park with GAA & UPMC
“It’s a unique style, is very effective, she has a routine and she’s very meticulous” Why Orla Cotter delivered when it counted most
Dublin win their first Premier Junior Championship All-Ireland since 2006. At the game were former Árd Stiúrthóir Sile Wallace, former National PRO Máire Uí Scolaí and former Association President Phyllis Breslin.
I don’t know why we do it to ourselves” – Cork’s Gemma O’Connor
“I don’t know why we do it to ourselves” – Cork’s Gemma O’Connor
“It’s a great feeling” – Cork’s Finola Neville
Cotter puts seal on unforgettable year to cut Cats down once more