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Registration open for webinar on nursery hurling

Registration is now open for our fifth hurling specific webinar, Nursery Hurling: Values and Guidelins, Part 2 which takes place next Monday, June 8, at 8pm Irish Time.This workshop will be presented by Damien Coleman, Connacht Hurling Development Manager. It is a follow on to the very well received Part 1 and will attempt to link the values and thinking behind coaching our youth to the practical elements of the game. Damien will be joined on the night by Niall Williams, Camogie Coach Education and Development Coordinator. Between them they will bring attendees through the various stages from gripping a hurl to playing Go-Games, with plenty of practical examples.This is
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Sure - GAA Move More at Home | Lesson 4: Changing Direction

Sure - GAA Move More at Home | Lesson 4: Changing Direction

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A Few Small Challenges- Week 3

A Few Small Challenges- Week 3

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AIG and Dublin Footballer Eoin Murchan show support for Aoibheann’s Pink Tie

AIG Insurance, proud sponsor of Dublin GAA, have teamed up with Aoibheanns Pink Tie and the Dublin Senior Football Team to send personalised messages to children and their families battling cancer throughout Ireland as well as helping to launch a fundraising drive to support the important work the charity does. Like a lot of charities,AoibheannsPink Tie has had to postpone or cancel a number of important fundraising events and opportunities due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its restrictions.In one of a series of video messages recorded, Dublin corner-back Eoin Murchan encourages children to keep up the good work with the hope theyll be back out on the football pitch soon.Aoibheanns
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Minster Simon Harris lauds GAA clubs for their help fighting COVID-19

By John Harrington The Minister for Health, Simon Harris TD, recently visited the COVID-19 Community Testing Centre in Croke Park. While there, he spoke to GAA.it about the hugely positive role that GAA clubs have taken on in the fight against COVID-19. Q: Minister, you've been here in Croke Park today to see the testing facilities. What have been your impressions?A: It's peculiar being here in Croke Park for a testing facility rather than a game but my impression here is that such amazing work has been done in such a short space of time and our Health Service has had to build up an entire new testing infrastructure from
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Sure - GAA Move More at Home | Lesson 4: Changing Direction

Sure - GAA Move More at Home | Lesson 4: Changing Direction

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A Few Small Challenges- Week 3

A Few Small Challenges- Week 3

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Player Interview: Danny Lafferty 03-06-2020

Player Interview: Danny Lafferty 03-06-2020

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The Hop Ball Episode 5- Shane Ryan

The Hop Ball Episode 5- Shane Ryan

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GAANOW: GAA Glory Days Offaly 1982 & 1998

GAANOW: GAA Glory Days Offaly 1982 & 1998

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O'Neill to coach Cork footballers in 2020


By Cian O'Connell

Cork GAA has confirmed that Cian O'Neill will be involved with Ronan McCarthy's backroom team with the county senior football team in 2020.

Former Kildare manager O'Neill will act as coach for McCarthy alongside selectors Gary O'Halloran and Sean Hayes.

A Cork GAA statement said: "We are delighted to welcome Cian on board given his extensive experience as former Kildare manager, as a former coach to a number of Senior inter-county teams in both football and hurling and of course, as Head of Department of Sports, Leisure and Childhood Studies at Cork Institute of Technology.

"Also, joining the Senior Football management team as S&C coach will be Kevin Smith, working under newly appointed High Performance manager Aidan O'Connell. Kevin is a former head of S&C at Stade Franais Rugby Club and is currently completing a PhD at Cork Institute of Technology."

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Uachtarán CLG, John Horan, discusses the Asssociation’s return to play road-map.

Uachtarán CLG, John Horan, discusses the Asssociation’s return to play road-map.
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GAA Museum adapting to deliver new initiatives

By Cian OConnell Throughout the world ways of adapting to the current circumstances continue to be found.The GAA Museums doors have been shut for more than two months now, but that hasnt stopped the planning and plotting behind the scenes.Several initiatives are set to be implemented in the coming days
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Get faster - Joe O'Connor's guide to Power and Acceleration

By Cian O'Connell As an endurance athlete, Joe O'Connor knows all about the value and benefits of long distance running. He cites the research carried out by the Gaelic Sports Research Centre, stating a GAA player with higher aerobic fitness has a greater tolerance to spikes in acute training load,
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2013 Leinster SHC Final: Dublin v Galway

2013 Leinster SHC Final: Dublin v Galway
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Read the latest Club Newsletter - May 2020

The May edition of the GAA Club Newsletter is now available.This months edition includes the following.You can read and download the March edition of the GAA newsletter below.
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GAANOW: GAA Museum Hall of Fame - Frank Cummins, Kilkenny

GAANOW: GAA Museum Hall of Fame - Frank Cummins, Kilkenny
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GAANOW Rewind: 2011 Kevin McManamon goal in All-Ireland SFC Final v Kerry

GAANOW Rewind: 2011 Kevin McManamon goal in All-Ireland SFC Final v Kerry
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GAANOW Rewind: Rory McCarthy Wexford last minute goal v Cork in 2003 All-Ireland SHC Semi-Final

GAANOW Rewind: Rory McCarthy Wexford last minute goal v Cork in 2003 All-Ireland SHC Semi-Final
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1992 Munster SFC Final: Clare v Kerry

1992 Munster SFC Final: Clare v Kerry
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GAA supports partners RNLI in call for \nwater safety this weekend

The life-saving partnership between the GAA and the search and rescue charity, the RNLI, is gearing up this bank holiday weekend to help save lives. The two organisations have been working together in communities throughout Ireland to share water safety advice with GAA players and to deliver water safety talks
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great goal by rory . up the purple and gold .

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Barry Hearn: Darts & snooker boss praises NHS after recovery from heart attack

Barry Hearn: Darts & snooker boss praises NHS after recovery from heart attack

World Professional Darts Corporation chief Barry Hearn says he is "firing on all cylinders" after a heart attack.He praised the NHS and is helping to oversee Friday's launch of the PDC's 'home tour', where players compete from their homes."I'm fine. With all the problems in the world, mine is not a problem," the 71-year-old, who is also boss of the World Snooker Tour, told BBC Radio 5 Live."I was wonderfully looked after, as always, by the NHS."Hearn had returned home after surgery following a minor heart attack, his boxing promoter son, Eddie, announced on 8 April."I'm back firing on all cylinders and looking forward to the darts tonight," said Hearn.Hearn
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World Snooker Championship: Stephen Hendry & Steve Davis relive Crucible classics

World Snooker Championship: Stephen Hendry & Steve Davis relive Crucible classics

Saturday was supposed to be the start of this year's World Championship.But like so much of the sporting calendar, the championship has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.Starting on Saturday, BBC Two will showcase 17 days of unforgettable, classic matches that took place at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre.Stephen Hendry
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World Snooker Championship: BBC to show classic Crucible matches

World Snooker Championship: BBC to show classic Crucible matches

The 2003 semi-final between Ken Doherty and Paul Hunter will be one of 17 classic World Championship matches to be shown on BBC Two. Current world champion Judd Trump, seven-time winner Stephen Hendry and five-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan also feature in the two-hour episodes, starting on Saturday, 18 April.
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Barry Hearn 'in good spirits' after suffering 'minor heart attack'

Barry Hearn 'in good spirits' after suffering 'minor heart attack'

World Snooker Tour and Professional Darts Corporation chairman Barry Hearn is in "good spirits" after suffering a heart attack on Sunday.Hearn, 71, is set to return home on Wednesday after having surgery.His son, boxing promoter Eddie Hearn, posted on social media: "My dad was taken to hospital on Sunday after
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Coronavirus: Dave Gilbert says players need World Championship on

Coronavirus: Dave Gilbert says players need World Championship on

World number 11 Dave Gilbert says snooker players need the World Championship to go ahead, even if it is in September.The event, due to take place at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield from 18 April to 4 May, was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, with organisers hoping to reschedule
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