Eimear Hubble is the recently appointed Safeguarding and Club Development Officer at Cricket Ireland, working as part of the organisation’s Participation Department.
She is a success story of Sport Ireland’s ASPIRE graduate programme, having joined Cricket Ireland under the scheme following completion of her BA in Sports Management and Coaching at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown in 2018.
She served as the Participation and Development Executive for almost two years prior to being appointed to her current role.
Meath-born Hubble has no background in cricket, instead being a keen Gaelic footballer and Badminton player but that has not held her back in the slightest.
She has been a key player in the development and roll-out of the Cricket Ireland Club Connects programme and continues to work on its expansion, with the aim of engaging the 117 clubs across the Republic and Northern Ireland.
Hubble has also contributed heavily to the work that Cricket Ireland began early last year with Direct Provision Centres in Galway.
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