Dates for the 2020 Kelloggs Cúl Camps
The dates for the Kelloggs Cúl Camps in 2020 have been released;
See below

Cul Camp

Venue

Start Date

End Date

Tourlestrane

Tourlestrane

29/06/2020

03/07/2020

Geevagh

Geevagh

29/06/2020

03/07/2020

Coolera/Strandhill

Scarden

29/06/2020

03/07/2020

Easkey

Easkey

29/06/2020

03/07/2020

St.Mary's

Kent Park

06/07/2020

10/07/2020

Eastern Harps

Keash

06/07/2020

10/07/2020

Tubbercurry

Kilcoyne Park

06/07/2020

10/07/2020

Castleconnor

Castleconnor

06/07/2020

10/07/2020

St Michaels

St Michaels

13/07/2020

17/07/2020

Drumcliffe/Rosses Point

Oxfield

13/07/2020

17/07/2020

Ballymote

Ballymote

13/07/2020

17/07/2020

St Johns

Stenson Park

13/07/2020

17/07/2020

Enniscrone/Kilglass

Enniscrone/Kilglass

20/07/2020

24/07/2020

St.Molaise Gaels

St.Molaise Gaels

20/07/2020

24/07/2020

Shamrock Gaels

Shamrock Gaels

20/07/2020

24/07/2020

Calry/St Josephs

Hazelwood

20/07/2020

24/07/2020

St Patrick's

St. Patrick's

27/07/2020

31/07/2020

Owenmore Gaels

Connolly Park

27/07/2020

31/07/2020

Curry

Curry

27/07/2020

31/07/2020

Coolaney/Mullinabreena

Coolaney

27/07/2020

31/07/2020

Scarden

Scarden

13/08/2020

17/08/2020


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We're hiring: Games Promotions Officer

Connacht GAA in conjunction with Sligo GAA County Executive are now inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates for the role of Games Promotion Officer, Sligo.

 

Role Profile

The role holder is responsible for the implementation of a project or set of projects as outlined in GAA Games Development Policy. The role holder will 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.

The role holder will be required to work 39 hours per week, which will include weekends and evenings, and the hours may vary depending on workload and seasonal changes.

 

Key tasks:                                                       

1. Organise, coordinate and implement (where necessary) Games Development Project(s) for the following as outlined by the County Games Development Manager:

Games Opportunities: A regular programme of games appropriate to the age and ability of the various playing groups at Child/Primary, Youth/Secondary and Adult/Third Level.

Skill Development Initiatives: Coaching and skill development initiatives appropriate to the age and ability of the various playing groups at Child/Primary, Youth/Secondary and Adult/Third Level.

Education Programmes: 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.

Support Initiatives: 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 in the community.

 

2. Report on the implementation of the project(s) on a regular basis, and particularly ensure that data relating to the implementation of the project(s) is available on a quarterly basis through the use of the GAA Games Development Information Management System (MIS).

 

3. Maintain key lines of communication with project stakeholders to ensure the successful completion of the project(s).

 

4. Liaise with Provincial and County Games Development Personnel and attend meetings and personnel training as required, to support the development of the function and the role.

 

5. Complete any other duties as may reasonably be assigned by the County Games Development Manager, Designated County Officer or the County Games Development Committee.

 

Essential Criteria:

  • At least 2 years’ experience of working in the GAA or similar sporting organisation (Voluntary or Professional Capacity);
  • Relevant third level qualification (minimum level 6 NFQ);
  • Exceptional interpersonal and influencing skills;
  • Excellent administrative and IT skills with a strong working knowledge of IT related packages and systems;
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills (verbal and written);
  • Excellent relationship and conflict management skills; ability to be flexible and handle challenging situations;
  • Ability to work independently on own initiative and perform as part of a team;
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple projects and deadlines; hands-on approach to getting things done with a demonstrable ability to work well under pressure;
  • Clear and detailed knowledge of the GAA’s coaching schemes and initiatives;
  • Foundation Level GAA Coaching Qualification.
     

Desirable Criteria:

  • Award 1 GAA Coaching Qualification;
  • Experience of coaching and development in Gaelic games.

 

Other Requirements:

  • Own car with a full clean driving license;
  • Ability to work and attend evening and weekend meetings/activities in addition to normal day to day activities.

 

Please note the 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 https://jobs.ie/ApplyForJob.aspx?Id=1805037 on or before 1pm on Wednesday22nd May 2019. 

 

Sligo GAA is an equal opportunities employer.

Last updated 10/05/2019 @ 08:03 Read More >>


U8 & U10 Fixtures
Round 1 League
Date  time Home team Away Team
April 24th 7pm Coolera/Strandhill St Johns
April 24th 7pm Tourlestrane Castleconnor
April 24th 7pm Tubbercurry/cloonacool Owenmore Gaels
April 24th 7pm Shamrock Gaels Drumcliffe/Rosses Point
April 24th 7pm Curry Eastern Harps
April 24th 7pm St Molaise St Marys 
April 24th 7pm Easkey Enniscrone/Kilglass
April 24th 7pm Calry/St Josephs Geevagh
April 24th 7pm Bunninadden St Michaels
April 24th 7pm Coolaney/Mullinabreena St Pats
April 24th 7pm St Farnans Ballymote
Round 2 League
Date  time Home team Away Team
May 8th 7pm St Johns St Molaise
7pm Castleconnor Tubbercurry/cloonacool
7pm Easkey Shamrock Gaels
7pm Drumcliffe/Rosses Point Curry
7pm Eastern Harps Tourlestrane
7pm St Marys  Coolera/Strandhill
7pm Enniscrone/Kilglass Calry/St Josephs
7pm Geevagh Bunninadden
7pm St Michaels Coolaney/Mullinabreena
7pm St Pats St Farnans
7pm Ballymote Owenmore Gaels
Round 3 League
Date  time Home team Away Team
May 15th  7pm Tourlestrane St Johns
7pm Coolera/Strandhill Drumcliffe
7pm Owenmore Gaels Molaise Gaels
7pm Tubbercurry/cloonacool Eastern Harps
7pm Shamrock Gaels St Marys 
7pm Curry Easkey
7pm Enniscrone/Kilglass Castleconnor
7pm Calry/St Josephs St Farnans
7pm Coolaney/Mullinabreena Geevagh
7pm Bunninadden Ballymote
7pm St Michaels St Pats
June 5th Divisional blitz
West Division
Venue Times age group No. Of Teams Coordinator
St Farnans 7pm u8 9 Stephen Henry
8pm  u10 9
South Division 7pm u8 8 Coordinator
Bunninadden 8pm  u10 8 Pat Kilcoyne
East Division 7pm u8 9 Coordinator
Geevagh 8pm  u10 9 Ross Donovan
North Division 7pm u8 11 Coordinator
Scarden 8pm  u10 11 Aran Mc Gowan
Round 4 League
Date June 12th time Home team Away Team
7pm St Johns Shamrock Gaels
7pm St Molaise Coolera/Strandhill
7pm St Marys Tourlestrane
7pm Castleconnor Curry
7pm Easkey Owenmore Gaels
7pm Eastern Harps Drumcliffe/Rosses point
7pm Calry/st josephs Tubbercurry/Cloonacool
7pm Geevagh St Michaels
7pm St Farnans Bunninadden
7pm Enniscrone/Kilglass St Pats
7pm Ballymote Coolaney/Mullinabreena
Round 5 League
Date June 26th time Home team Away Team
7pm Owenmore Gaels St Johns
7pm Castleconnor Coolera/Strand
7pm Tourlestrane Tubber/Cloonacool
7pm Drumcliffe St Molaise
7pm Curry St Marys
7pm Shamrock Gaels Eastern harps
7pm St Pats Easkey
7pm Coolaney/Mullinabreena Bunninadden
7pm Enniscrone/Kilglass St Farnans
7pm St Michaels Calry/St Josephs
7pm Geevagh Ballymote
Round 5 League
Date Sept 4th time Home team Away Team Venue
7pm Tourlestrane Easkey
7pm Bunninadden/Ballmote Eastern Harps Bunninadden
7pm Shamrock Gaels Geevagh/St Michaels
7pm St Farnans/St Pats Castleconnor St Farnans
7pm Tubbercurry/Cloonacool Curry
7pm Coolaney/Mullinabreena Enniscrone/Kilglass
Urban fixtures to be sent out

Last updated 23/04/2019 @ 12:20 Read More >>


U15 Development Squad Training Groups
U15 Development Squad Groups for training 
Sligo Development U15
GROUP 1, Training 10-11.15am
Adrian Walsh
Aiden Marren
Benedict Nwani
Brian Duffy
Cathal Morahan
Cian Flynn
Conor johnston
Conor Mcmorrow
Conor Sheridan
Daniel o Connor
Darragh Flynn
Dylan Mcloughlin
Eoghan Scanlon
Hugo Filan
Jack Duignan
Jack McGovern
James Donlon
James McDermott
Jamie Frizzel
Jamie Parke
Josh Flynn
Kyle Davey
Kyle Mullen
Luke Marren
Mark Brennan
Mark McDaniel
Matthew Foley
Max Flynn
Oisin Brennan
Oisin MacDonald
Paul o Brien
Ross Chambers
Ruairi Carroll
Ryan Mcmorrow
Sean Marren
Shane Rafferty
Stephen Donoghue
Stephen Rogen
Zakery Nealon

GROUP 2, Training 11.45-1pm
Ben Cawley
Christopher Longworth
Cian Cavanagh
Ciaran Gorman
Conor Moyston
Conor Sweeney
Cormac Dolan
Danny Cawley
Diarmuid Lavin
Diarmuid Monaghan
Dillon Clarke
Donal Mitchell
Eoin Barrett
Eoin Mulkeen
Fionn Lucey
Ilan Callaghan
James King
Jamie Kennedy
Jamie Kilfeather
Jamie Walsh 
Josh McDermott
Keelan Gethins
Kevin o Brien
Luke Gallagher
Nathan Dwyer
Oisin Frizzel
Oisin Gorman
Oisin McGoldrick
Owen McKirdy
Paul Brady
Ross Doherty
Saeedi Tumuheirwe
Sean Keane
Sean Moore
Shane Feely
Thomas Davis
Tristan Watters
Rossa Sloyan
Matthew Mortimer

Clubs wishing to nominate other names please contact Ross Donovan  @ sligogaa


Last updated 18/04/2019 @ 21:58 Read More >>


Sligo GAA Easter Camps
Sligo GAA Coaching and Games Dept are hosting 4 Football and 1 Hurling Easter Camps for 11 to 13 year olds during the Easter Holidays. Contact your local coordinator to book your place.

Last updated 03/04/2019 @ 10:28 Read More >>


Sligo GAA Academy Squad Coaches

Sligo GAA Academy

Development Squads Coaches

Background;

Sligo GAA Underage Development sets out to support and develop players to achieve their full potential. This is currently facilitated via development squads and coaching supports for clubs. The holder of these positions will report to the Games Development Officer and the Sligo Underage Football Development Governance Committee. This is a great opportunity to work with young talented footballers in top class facilities and avail of high level coaching supports and learning opportunities.

Objectives;

The primary objectives of Sligo Underage Football Development Squad Coaches are;

(1)   To oversee the development of underage players and to deliver a consistent approach to all players in terms of individual and team development.

(2)   To co-ordinate and deliver, a high quality coaching programme for the Sligo underage Development GAA Squads in accordance with our development and performance philosophy.

Duties and Responsibilities and Personnel Specification;

The detailed duties and responsibilities are set out in the job descriptions at:

http://www.sligogaa.ie/Coaching.aspx

Appointment is on a voluntary basis for a period of 12 months and will be based on qualifications and experience.

Closing Date:

12th April 2019 

Application procedure:

Applications can be made by submitting an expression of interest and outline of experience by post to:

 

The Coaching Officer, Sligo Football Underage Development Governance Committee, Sligo GAA, Scarden, Co. Sligo.

 Or

Email: johnmcpartland365@gmail.com

 

If you have any queries in relation to this position, please email johnmcpartland365@gmail.com


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