Munster GAA has produced a detailed report on the value of its coaching investment. It concludes that there has been a return of €30 million in value for the €1.7 million put into juvenile coaching in 2019. Continue reading
It looked at one point as likely as hitting a sliotar to the moon but it has now been confirmed that the GAA Kelloggs Cúl Camps are to take place this summer and to be boosted by a new TV programme on TG4 to get warmed up in advance.
This is Drowning Prevention Week, an initiative of the Royal Life Saving Society which Swim Ireland have partnered on this year. Together with creative agency Boys + Girls they have produced a sixty second piece of video content that will … Continue reading
The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has issued a set of specific guidelines for the return to sport of children and adolescents. Two members of the Sport for Business community will play a key part in meeting the requirements for logging attendance.
Leinster Rugby has confirmed that the Bank of Ireland Summer Camps and School of Excellence for 2020 have been cancelled due to COVID-19. Continue reading
Today’s Daily Video is from Line Up Sports who have gathered their sporting stars to send a message to all those who are moving on from primary school this summer without having had the traditional send-off. Continue reading
Olympic athletes will be helping children across the country get into the spirit of sports day next week as they switch their focus to the playground in the RTÉ Home School Hub Olympics. Continue reading
Children are being encouraged to stay active while at home and make up for the lack of school and club exercise through running The Daily Mile at Home.
We do not yet know the time or the form that sport will resume but we have to be prepared for when it does happen and there was a growing sense over recent days again that it was worth putting the energy into making plans. Continue reading
The Sky Sports backed GAA Super Games National Blitz Day took place at the National Games Centre on the Sport Ireland Campus yesterday with six teams of children from every corner of the country and a host of stars. Continue reading