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Homa and Kisner shoot 14-under 58 | Round 1 | QBE Shootout | 2022

Homa and Kisner shoot 14-under 58 | Round 1 | QBE Shootout | 2022

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Highlights | Round 1 | QBE Shootout | 2022

Highlights | Round 1 | QBE Shootout | 2022

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Gaelic Football thriving in Tralee

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By Cian OConnell David Moran is encouraged that Gaelic Football ootball is thriving in Tralee.Kerins ORahillys are busy getting ready for Saturdays AIB Munster Club SFC Final against Newcastle West in Mallow.It is great, Kerry midfielder Moran says about preparing for ORahillys first provincial decider appearance since 2009. There is
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Galbally Pearses making an impact

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By Cian OConnell It is brilliant for the community, we are a very close knit community, Kevin Kelly says about Galbally Pearses run to the AIB Ulster Club IFC Final.Saturday evenings encounter at Pirc Esler against Corduff is dominating the conversations, but Kelly, a proud Galbally Pearses clubman, is fully
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Gaelic Games Associations conducting survey of 13-19 year olds

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The three Gaelic Games Associations are conducting a survey of young players in Gaelic Games designed to better understand the experiences of players in the 13-19 age cohort across all codes.

The survey will cover topics such as the teams they play for, how often they take part, the coaching environment they experience, and their future in Gaelic Games.

This is the first time that all the Gaelic games Associations have collaborated on such a project for players.

According to the GAAs Strategy, Insights, and Innovation Manager, Dr. Peter Horgan, the survey will capture both the positives and challenges experienced by young people who play Gaelic Games.

The GAA, LGFA, and Camogie Associations are aware of the benefits of sporting participation, where participation in sport, particularly in team settings, confers many benefits including enhanced self-esteem, positive social development, fewer depressive symptoms, and increased likelihood of meeting physical activity guidelines, said Horgan.

At the same time, not all young people experience sport positively and attrition from sport can be high across adolescence. So, were keen that young people tell us what they like or dislike about their involvement.

Young people are also very engaged in sport and can be involved in multiple sports at the same time. So, were interested in learning about how much sport they play, both in Gaelic games and any other sporting interests that they might have.

Coaches play a key role in the youth sport setting particularly in the experience of young people in sport. Again, not all young people have a positive coaching experience and coaches are often a key factor in drop out.

So one of the areas that we would like our players to focus their feedback on is how they have experienced being coached in Gaelic games.




Jack Quinlan of Tipperary in action against Adam Screeney of Offaly during the Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Final match between Tipperary and Offaly at UPMC Nowlan Park, Kilkenny.

Jack Quinlan of Tipperary in action against Adam Screeney of Offaly during the Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Final match between Tipperary and Offaly at UPMC Nowlan Park, Kilkenny.

Dr. Aoife Lane, Chairperson of the Gaelic Games Sports Science Working Group and Head of the Department of Sport and Health Sciences in TUS Midlands Midwest, believes great insight can be gleaned from the survey.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about the young boys and girls who play our games, from their initial engagement through to their current experiences in their club, school and county environments, said Lane.

Understanding why young people play Gaelic Games and in what contexts, from coaching to combining with other sports, will provide useful insights for future interventions to enhance participation rates. We, at TUS, are delighted to support this work and particularly to partner with colleagues from TUD, UCC and UU.

The survey can be completed online through any phone, laptop, or tablet and only takes 10 minutes to complete.

Players who complete the survey can win one of 4 prizes of coaching visits and equipment for their club. One club from each Province will win a coaching visit from one of our coaching ambassadors and playing equipment worth 250.

If youre a youth member aged from 18 to 19 or youre a parent of a child aged from 13 to 19 you can complete the survey at this link- https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GaelicGamesYouthStudy.

This project is part funded Sport Ireland and Healthy Ireland and the advisory group overseeing the development of the study contains the following representatives of the various GAA codes as well as partners in 3rd level institutions from across Ireland.

Dr Peter Horgan GAA

Kevin Donoghue GAA & Syracuse University, USA

William Harmon LGFA

Aideen Howlin Camogie Association

Dr Aoife Lane Technological University of the Shannon

Niamh Fogarty Technological University of the Shannon

Dr Wesley OBrien University College Cork

Dr Paul Donnelly Ulster University

Dr Margaret Lawler Trinity College, Dublin

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Club Officer Training Winter Series

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The GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association today announced the next phase of training for Club Officers as part of the Club Leadership Development Programme CLDP. The programme, created and organised by the volunteer-led Officer Development Committee, features a range of live webinars, in-person workshops and online resources such as webinar
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Champions Kilcoo enjoying their football more than ever

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By John Harrington Its often said that winning on All-Ireland title is difficult, but winning a second is tougher again.Sometimes a teams ambition is sated by finally reaching the top of the mountain, the physical demands of going again after a long season can just be too much, and for
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AIB Leinster Club: Crokes cruise to victory

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AIB Leinster Club SFC semi-final Kilmacud Crokes 1-12 Portarlington 0-4By Paul Keane at Croke Park A year after suffering an AIB Leinster club SFC semi-final scare against Portarlington, Dublin champions Kilmacud Crokes had no such problems in this evening's rematch.A commanding Croke Park display, which included an early goal from
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New Female Coach Mentorship Programme for Gaelic games

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The three Gaelic Games Associations have today launched a major new initiative aimed at supporting the development and pathway for female coaches across football, Ladies football, hurling and camogie.The Camogie Association, LGFA and GAA have collaborated to secure the support of the Sport Ireland Women in Sport Fund and will
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AIB All Ireland Club SHC semi-final fixtures confirmed

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The GAA can confirm the following fixture arrangements.Sunday December 18AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Semi-Finals St Thomas' Galway v Cchulainns Dunloy Antrim, Croke Park, 1.30pm, TG4E.T & Winner on the Day Ballyhale Shamrocks Kilkenny v Ballygunner Waterford, Croke Park, 3.30pm, TG4E.T & Winner on the Day
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Dublin Senior Hurler Cian Boland speaks to DubsTV at AIG's DEI Roadshow

Dublin Senior Hurler Cian Boland speaks to DubsTV at AIG's DEI Roadshow

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2022 PwC Camogie All Stars

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All-Ireland Senior champions Kilkenny dominate the 2022 PwC Camogie All-Stars team after capturing the ODuffy Cup for a 15th time. Taking eight places on the team, the 2022 PwC Camogie All-Star selection was announced by Marie Crowe, at a ceremony in Croke Park on Saturday 26th November.Amongst the All-Stars recipients
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Kevin Kilmurray RIP

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By Offaly GAA The Offaly GAA community is mourning the death of legendary footballer Kevin Kilmurray, a winner of two All-Ireland Senior Football Championship medals, and two All-Star awards, among many other accolades during an illustrious career.Offaly County Board Chairman, Michael Duignan was a personal friend of Mr Kilmurray and
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Walsh Inspires Crokes To Victoy

Walsh Inspires Crokes To Victoy

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Home Walsh Inspires Crokes To Victoy December 4th, 2022Kilmacud Crokes 1-12 The Downs 0-8By Paul Keane & Ben OKeeffe at Croke Park Shane Walsh enjoyed the freedom of Croke Park again, helping himself to another nine points as his adopted club Kilmacud Crokes secured back to back
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2022 Go Ahead Dublin Senior 1 Hurling Final- Kilmacud Crokes v Na Fianna

2022 Go Ahead Dublin Senior 1 Hurling Final- Kilmacud Crokes v Na Fianna

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Shamrocks Reign Supreme Once Again

Shamrocks Reign Supreme Once Again

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Home Shamrocks Reign Supreme Once Again December 4th, 2022Ballyhale Shamrocks 2-22 Kilmacud Crokes 2-19By Paul Keane & Ben OKeeffe at Croke Park Ballyhale Shamrocks are AIB Leinster club SHC champions for a 12th time, but it took an epic struggle to shrug off Kilmacud Crokes and secure
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AIB Connacht Club SFC: Maigh Cuilinn secure silverware

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AIB Connacht Club SFC Final Maigh Cuilinn 0-13 Tourlestrane 0-6By Cian O'Connell at Pearse Stadium Maigh Cuilinn eventually shrugged off Tourlestranes spirited resistance in Salthill to claim a first ever AIB Connacht Club SFC title.Prompted by the splendid Sen Kelly and Peter Cooke, who mined three delightful second period points
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GAA Master Fixtures for 2023 published

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The GAA today published its Master Fixtures schedule for 2023.The AIB All-Ireland Senior Club Football and Hurling Championship Finals are the first key dates in the diary, with both taking place on the weekend of January 21/22.Round 1 of the Allianz Football League takes place on the weekend of January
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Kilmacud Crokes manager Robbie Brennan chats to DubsTV after Leinster Football Final win v The Downs

Kilmacud Crokes manager Robbie Brennan chats to DubsTV after Leinster Football Final win v The Downs

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AIB Leinster Club SFC Final: Walsh inspires Crokes

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AIB Leinster Club SFC Final Kilmacud Crokes 1-12 The Downs 0-8By Paul Keane at Croke Park Shane Walsh enjoyed the freedom of Croke Park again, helping himself to another nine points as his adopted club Kilmacud Crokes secured back to back AIB Leinster club football titles.Walsh memorably fired nine points
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Progressive Glen making an impact

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By Cian OConnell Translating underage potential into senior glory remains a demanding challenge for GAA clubs throughout the country. Watty Graham's, Glen traded on promise for so long. Possibilities always existed, but delivering a Derry SFC triumph was the mission they wanted to accomplish.Now that two county titles have been
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Enoch Burke says claims about him "annoying other prisoners" were "made up" as defamation case continues against newspaper

Enoch Burke says claims about him "annoying other prisoners" were "made up" as defamation case continues against newspaper

Jailed Teacher Enoch Burke has described claims in a Sunday Independent Article which alleged he was."moved to a new jail cell for his own safety" because he was "annoying other prisoners".. as - "made up" . The Article entitled .. "Enoch Burke moved to new jail cell for his
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Large Crowds turn out for Free Speech Rally in Dublin

Large Crowds turn out for Free Speech Rally in Dublin

Large crowds of people turned out for a Free Speech Rally in Dublin on Saturday afternoon. The March comes ahead of government plans to introduce hate crime laws in Ireland in the coming months. In November, Minister for Justice Helen McEntee announced that under the new laws, the right to free
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