Entries by Rory Noonan

Preparing for return to play

All clubs, players, mentors and those involved in organising games are delighted to see players return to pod training on April 26. It is great to be taking the first step on the road back to normal GAA activities, which hopefully we will see in the near future. We have been receiving a lot of […]

Subsidised hurling helmets for underage teams

Subsidised hurling helmets for underage teams, up to and including minor grade, at a cost of €35 each, are available from Coiste Chontae Chorcai. Please note: Minimum order of six helmets applies. The allocation is as follows: Senior Clubs: 75 Intermediate Clubs: 50 Junior Clubs: 40 An application form is attached and should be returned, with remittance, to […]

Cork GAA looking after mental health at youth level

Cork GAA has led the way in recent times in the promotion of physical activity in communities throughout the county as well as being conscious of the mental health of players and all involved in the sport. A vast range of content has been rolled out to cater for players at child and youth levels […]

Join the Páirc Uí Chaoimh stewarding team

Cork G.A.A. are adding new Voluntary Safety Stewards to the Stewarding Team at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Club members are encouraged to become a part of the team. To be part of the match day action, the following is required: Aged 18 years or older Available midweek and/or weekends Active and enthusiastic Customer focused An interest in […]

Rebels’ Bounty opening draws tonight

Message from the organisers A Chara, Firstly, a sincere thank you to all Rebels’ Bounty members who kindly purchased tickets over the last few months and we hope that both Club and County now will reap the benefits of your generosity. Tonight, we host the first of our draws for 2021, in association with our media […]

Important information for the Go Games Programme for 2021

Please complete the attached form before Friday, April 2, with proposed entries for the upcoming season. It is to be completed by Juvenile secretary or alternative and we are looking for the number of teams each club wishes to enter, at each age group from U7-U11. We will also be looking for contact email and […]

Return to play guidelines issued by Rebel Óg Coaching

Rebel Óg Coaching are helping club coaches and youth players (13-17) prepare for the commencement of GAA activities with an exciting offering of skills in hurling and football along with activities to help with athletic development backed by Setanta College and the National Games Development Department. Over the next five weeks, our GDA’s will be […]

Goalkeeping workshop

See the below workshop being organised by the Football Development Goalkeeping Work Group. Please pass this on to all your youth and adult club goalkeepers and coaches. We would like to invite coaches and players from around Cork who are interested in learning more about developing high quality goalkeepers at your clubs. We plan to […]

Webinar about nurturing emotional wellbeing and personal growth

Courcey Rovers GAA, in conjunction with Kinsale Community School and Kinsale Youth Support Services are hosting a webinar about nurturing emotional wellbeing and personal growth online on Thursday, March 11 at 7.30pm. A spokesperson for Courcey Rovers said: “We feel that this is very pertinent in these times and we would like to invite people […]

Child Welfare and Safeguarding Webinar

Please find below information from the Child Welfare and Safeguarding Webinar recently presented by Child Welfare and Safeguarding Committee Croke Park. Just a few updates before you read below Compliance with all Child Welfare and Safeguarding is a mandatory legal requirement. This means that all clubs must have a Children’s Officer by law and all […]