Young referee’s course takes place
Well done to Rebel Og Coaching who tonight organised a very successful training evening for new referees in Rebel Og North.
On the night 40 new referees attended the programme.
Over the last number of weeks, GDAs Pat Sprat and Colm Crowley have been working on developing a young referee’s programme that allows new referee’s to take control of U11 league games.
Great turnout tonight @carrigoon for young referee go games course thanks to referees @ciaranoregan @RedJustin for delivering course along with @mrcolmcrowley and Kevin o Callaghan games manager @AvondhuGAA @DuhallowGAA @CorkGAACoaching @RebelOg_ @GAAlearning @OfficialCorkGAA pic.twitter.com/PiJDpX5LiS
— CorkGDA Pat Spratt (@CorkGDAPatSprat) February 12, 2018
The referee is then able to gain some vital experience that will stand to them as they progress up the ranks.
Thanks to Ciaran and Justin for their input tonight in our first Referee Go Games Workshop with 40 future young referees in attendance.
Thanks to Pat for doing an excellent job in facilitating and recruiting. https://t.co/k8bUiazxpE
— CorkGDAColmCrowley (@CorkGDACCrowley) February 12, 2018
The event took place in Mallow GAA complex with some great speakers in attendance. Lead by Games Manager Kevin O’Callaghan.
Experienced referees Justin Murphy and Ciaran O’Regan were on hand to deliver the course.
Fantastic to see so much young people interested in Reffing! Great night. Well done to @CorkGDAPatSprat and @mrcolmcrowley. Delighted to be a part of it! https://t.co/WuaiLpBtjR
— Ciarán O' Regan (@ciaranoregan) February 12, 2018
So important we have young referees coming through the system. Well done to all involved and the big turnout. Really enjoyed that.
— Justin Murphy (@RedJustin) February 12, 2018
Other young referee programmes will take place in the coming weeks.