Clare GAA News & Press Releases

GAMES DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATOR

posted 17 Aug 2017, 16:02 by John O'Sullivan   [ updated 17 Aug 2017, 16:03 ]

Cumann Lúthchleas Gael is Ireland’s leading sporting and cultural organisation with membership approaching one million people and in excess of 500,000 playing participants at all levels. Inspired by its amateur status and supported by the voluntary efforts of all its members, the GAA devotes its entire resources to the development of Gaelic Games and Culture nationally and in local communities.

GAMES DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATOR

Based in County Clare

The Clare GAA County Board wish to recruit a County Games Development Administrator.

Role Profile:

The Games Development Administrator will be responsible for the implementation of GAA Games Development Policy and for supporting the development of strategies for Hurling and Gaelic football in the County. The role holder will also be responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of a coherent high performance programme across all areas of Games Development in the County. The role holder will report directly to the Clare Games Development Manager and will need to be flexible in order to perform the responsibilities of the post, which will require working at weekends and evenings.

Duties & Responsibilities include:

        Implement a regular programme of games appropriate to the age and ability of the various playing groups at all levels;

        Introduce coaching and skill development initiatives appropriate to the age and ability of the various playing groups at all levels;

        Support Primary Schools, Post Primary Schools and Clubs through coaching inputs and strategic support.

        Deliver a programme of courses and workshops appropriate to the requirements of Coaches, Administrators and Referees, which allows them to fulfil their various functions in a Games Development context;

        Introduce and implement a variety of initiatives to support the development of a sustainable sports system by managing the identification, recruitment and training of key personnel within Clubs, Schools and Counties for the purpose of effectively developing Gaelic Games in the community;

        Work as part of a team in conjunction with other full time and voluntary personnel in order to deliver set goals and objectives for all GAA sports.

 

Essential Criteria:

        At least 5 years’ experience of working in the GAA or similar sporting organisation (Voluntary or Professional Capacity);

        Considerable knowledge and experience of GAA coaching and development schemes and initiatives;

        A minimum of Foundation Level GAA Coaching Qualification;

        Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrable ability to build and sustain positive working relationships with a variety of stakeholders;

        Exceptional communication (both verbal and written) and presentation skills;

        Strong work ethic and ability to perform duties to an extremely high standard and meet targets;

        Strong organisation and problem solving skills with a demonstrable ability to work in high-pressure situations;

        Strong teamwork skills;

        Excellent administrative and IT Skills;

        Own car with Full clean driver’s licence.

 

Desirable Criteria:

·         An appropriate Third Level Qualification would be a distinct advantage

·         An award 1 GAA Coaching Qualification

 

Please note this role is subject to Garda Vetting.

Candidates interested in the above role should apply with an up to date cover letter and Curriculum Vitae at http://jobs.ie/ApplyForJob.aspx?Id=1641530  before 3pm on Monday August 28th 2017.

 

The GAA is an Equal Opportunities Employer

Clare Senior Football Draw 2017

posted 31 Mar 2017, 03:10 by John O'Sullivan   [ updated 19 Jun 2017, 15:42 ]


SFC Winners Round 2 

Clondegad v Lissycasey

Doonbeg  v Cooraclare

O'Currys  v Kilmurry Ibrickane

Eire Og  v Cratloe


SFC Losers Round 2 

Kilfenora  v St Joseph's Doora/Barefield

Ennistymon  v St Sennans Kilkee

Corofin  v  Wolfe Tones

St Breckans  v St Joseph's Miltown


Senior Football Champ Round 1 

Eire Og v Corofin

Ennistymon v Cratloe

Lissycasey v St Joseph's Doora/Barefield

Kilmurry Ibrickane v Wolfe Tones

St Joseph's Miltown v Doonbeg

Kilfenora v O'Currys

Clondegad v Kilkee

St Breckans v Cooraclare

Clare Senior Hurling Champ Draw 2017

posted 31 Mar 2017, 03:08 by John O'Sullivan   [ updated 19 Jun 2017, 15:41 ]

SHC Winners Rd 2

Ballyea v Sixmilebridge

St Josephs v Newmarket on Fergus

Eire Og v Whitegate

Inagh/Kilnamona v Clonlara


SHC Losers Rd 2

Feakle v Clooney/Quin

O'Callaghans Mills v Wolfe Tones

Cratloe v Crusheen

Clarecastle v Tulla


Senior Hurling Champ Rd 1

Feakle v Clonlara

Sixmilebridge v Clarecastle

Cratloe v Whitegate

Clooney/Quin v Newmarket on Fergus

Inagh/Kilnamona v Crusheen

Tulla v St Josephs

O'Callaghans Mills v Eire Og

Ballyea v Wolfe Tones

Junior Hurling & Football Champ Draws 2017

posted 15 Mar 2017, 06:13 by John O'Sullivan   [ updated 26 Apr 2017, 13:43 ]

Junior A Hurling Champ Draw 2017

Group 1                    Group 2                  Group 3            
Broadford               Crusheen              Wolfe Tones  
Ennistymon            Meelick                  Ogonnelloe
Clooney/Quin         Ballyea                   O C Mills
St Josephs                Eire Og                   Bodyke
Kilmaley

Junior B Hurling Champ Draw 2017

Group 1                    Group 2                     Group 3                            Group 4
Tulla                        Feakle                          Inagh/Kilnamona        Kilmaley
Eire Og                   Sm O Briens               Parteen                           Wolfe Tones
St Josephs             Tubber                         Newmarket                   Clarecastle
Whitegate             Sixmilebridge            Scariff                      


Junior A Football Champ Draw 2017

Group 1                    Group 2                    Group 3                            Group 4
Cratloe                     Naomh Eoin           Wolfe Tones                   Kilrush Shamrocks
Kilimer                    Cooraclare               Eire Og                             Michael Cusacks
Clooney/Quin        Ballyvaughan         St Jos Milltown             St Jos Doora Barefield
Kilmurry IB            Ennistymon            Lissycasey                       Clondegad
Moy

Intermediate Hurling Champ Draw 2017

posted 15 Mar 2017, 05:56 by John O'Sullivan   [ updated 15 Mar 2017, 05:59 ]

1.  Clonlara v Clarecastle   
2.  Ruan v Cratloe 
3.  Corofin v Killanena    
4.  Inagh/Kilnamona v Kilmaley    
5.  Tubber v Scariff    
6.  Sm O Briens v Newmarket    
7.  Broadford v Sixmilebridge (1)    
8.  Sixmilebridge (2) v Parteen

grma GAA Membership

posted 19 Nov 2016, 05:21 by John O'Sullivan   [ updated 25 Apr 2017, 11:12 ]

           
                         

grma is the new GAA Membership Card Programme.

Registration for the programme is now open with benefits available from January 2017.

Clare Club Championship Draws 2017

posted 9 Feb 2016, 14:39 by Denis Tuohy Agricultural Consultant   [ updated 9 Feb 2017, 15:17 by John O'Sullivan ]

Clare Club Football Championship draws 2017
Senior Football 2017
Game 1 O' Currys v Kilfenora
Game 2 Corofin v Eire Og
Game 3 Clondegad v St Sennans Kilkee
Game 4 Wolfe Tones v Kilmurray Ibrickane
Game 5 Cratloe v Ennistymon
Game 6 Doonbeg v St Josephs Milltown
Game 7 St Breckans v Cooraclare
Game 8 St Josephs Doora v Lissycasey
Intermediate Football 2017
Group 1 Group 2
Kilmihil Shannon Gaels
Liscannor Meelick
Kildysart Coolmeen
Clarecastle Kilrush
Clare Club Hurling Championship draws 2017
Senior Hurling 2017
Game 1 Feakle v Clonlara
Game 2 Sixmilebridge v Clarecastle
Game 3 Clooney Quin v Newmarket on Fergus
Game 4 Ballyea v Wolfe Tones
Game 5 Crusheen v Inagh-Kilnamona
Game 6 Eire Og v O' Callaghans Mills
Game 7 Tulla v St Josephs
Game 8 Cratloe v Whitegate

U21 Hurling Championship 2017

Under 21 A;

1-Feakle-Killanena v Kilmaley;     2 Clonlara v Eire Og; 3-Sixmilebridge v Newmarket;     4-Inagh-Kilnamona v Wolfe Tones;

Semi-Finals             4 v 3 and 2 v 1

Under 21 B;

Preliminary rounds; A; Crusheen-Tubber v Cratloe;     B-Clarecastle v Broadford;      C; Scariff-Ogonnelloe v Smith O'Briens.

Quarter Finals;     D; St.Josephs v C;       E; Ballyea v O'C. Mills;       F; Clooney-Quin v B;         G; Tulla v A;

Semi-Finals;            F v G and D v E;

Under 21 C;

Preliminary Round;       A; Kilmaley v Whitegate;

Quarter Finals;        B; Ennistymon v Scariff;        C; Eire og v Corofin;      D; Parteen-Meelick v Ruan; F;      A v Bodyke

Semi-Finals ;            E v C and B v D

4 GAMES DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATORS

posted 6 Feb 2016, 14:45 by Denis Tuohy Agricultural Consultant   [ updated 6 Feb 2016, 14:45 ]

Cumann Lúthchleas Gael is Ireland’s leading sporting and cultural organisation with membership approaching one million people and in excess of 500,000 playing participants at all levels. Inspired by its amateur status and supported by the voluntary efforts of all its members, the GAA devotes its entire resources to the development of Gaelic Games and Culture nationally and in local communities.

4 GAMES DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATORS

North America County Board

The North America County Board wish to recruit 4 County Games Development Administrators on part-time contracts in the following Regions:

·         North East Division - Boston

·         Central Division – Chicago

·         Philadelphia

·         Western Division – San Francisco

The successful candidates will be responsible for the implementation of GAA Games Development Policy and will report directly to the NACB Games Development Officer (GDO).

 

Duties & Responsibilities include:

Implement a regular programme of games appropriate to the age and ability of the various playing groups at all levels;
Introduce coaching and skill development initiatives appropriate to the age and ability of the various playing groups;
Deliver a programme of courses and workshops appropriate to the requirements of Coaches, Administrators and Referees to fulfil their various functions in a Games Development context;
Introduce and implement a variety of initiatives to support the development of a sustainable sports system by managing the identification, recruitment and training of key personnel within Clubs, Schools and Counties to effectively develop Gaelic Games.
Work as part of a team in conjunction with other full time and voluntary personnel to deliver set goals and objectives for all GAA sports.
 

Requirements

·         Candidate must qualify to work and live in the United States through either a working Visa (J-1 Visa, P-3 Visa) or US Citizenship;

·         Full International Driving license is essential;

·         Extensive experience of playing, coaching, refereeing and administration within a GAA context;

·         Candidate is required to hold, at time of application, at least a current Child Protection Course and an Award One Coaching Certification in Hurling at Child, Youth or Adult level;

·         Excellent administrative and IT Skills are essential;

·         Exceptional interpersonal skills;

·         Excellent communication/presentation skills (verbal and written);

·         Flexibility to work weekends and evening times.

Desirable

·         Third Level Qualification in Sports Science, Sport & Leisure or Equivalent.

·         Experience of working with Gaelic Games in an Urban Games environment.

·         Familiarity with such computer programs as Microsoft Excel, Powerpoint, Word and the use of Social Media as a Games Promotion tool for the GAA.

Candidates interested in the above role should apply at http://www.jobs.ie/ApplyForJob.aspx?Id=1507841

 with an up to date cover letter and curriculum vitae on or before 5 p.m. on Monday 8th February 2016.

 

GAA is an equal opportunities employer

Club championship draws 2015

posted 16 Feb 2015, 12:17 by Denis Tuohy Agricultural Consultant   [ updated 2 Jul 2015, 01:53 ]

Club Football Championship draws 2015
Senior Football
    
Game 1O' CurrysvSt Senan's Kilkee
Game 2Kilmurray IbrickanevCratloe
Game 3St Breckan'svLissycasey
Game 4ClondegadvShannon Gaels
Game 5Kilrush ShamrocksvSt Joseph's Doorabarefield
Game 6Eire OgvEnnistymon
Game 7CooraclarevWolfe Tones
Game 8DoonbegvSt Josephs Miltown Malbay


Intermediate Football 2015
Group 1Group 2
KildysartLiscannor
KilfenoraKilmihil
ClarecastleCorofin
Eire OgNaomh Eoin








Club Hurling Championship draws 2015
Senior Hurling 2015
    
Game 1Inagh-KilnamonavCrusheen
Game 2KilmaleyvWhitegate
Game 3O' Callaghans MillsvTubber
Game 4BallyeavCratloe
Game 5TullavClooney-Quin
Game 6ClonlaravClarecastle
Game 7SixmilebridgevEire Og
Game 8Newmarket on FergusvFeakle





Intermediate Hurling 2015
Game 1OgonnolloevClarecastle
Game 2ParteenvRuan
Game 3St. Josephs-Doora BarefieldvWolfe Tones
Game 4Inagh-KilnamonavCratloe
Game 5KillanenavCorofin
Game 6SixmilebridgevSmith O Briens
Game 7ScarriffvCrusheen
Game 8BroadfordvNewmarket on Fergus









Munster Senior Championship Formats for 2015

posted 4 Aug 2014, 12:23 by John O'Sullivan   [ updated 2 Jul 2015, 01:52 by Denis Tuohy Agricultural Consultant ]

Senior Football  
The format is:
1)      The 2 finalists from 2014 (Ciarraí agus Corcaigh) receive a bye into the semi-finals for 2015.

2)      The remaining 4 counties (An Clár, Luimneach, Portláirge agus Tiobraid Árann) play in 2 quarter finals, the pairings for which will be             decided by an open draw.

3)      The 2 winners of the quarter finals qualify for the semi-finals along with the two finalists from 2014.

4)      The pairings for the semi-finals will be decided by open draw.
 
The Munster Senior Hurling Championship and all other championships will be played using the same format as pertained in 2014.

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