Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Kinsale GAA

This communication relates to all 4 clubs within Kinsale GAA:  Adult GAA Club, Underage Boys, Ladies Football & Camogie.

First Aid and Child Welfare:
The club is hosting a First Aid & Child Welfare talk on Sunday, February the 1st 2015 in St Multose Hall at 11am. Dr Padraig McGillicuddy and Chris Cronin will deliver the talks respectively. We encourage anyone getting involved at any level in the Clubs to come along and participate. If you have not filled out a Garda Vetting form, please complete on the day and give to the Child Welfare Officer.

Membership for all Clubs:
We will hold a Registration Day in Temperance Hall on Saturday 7th March 2015 between 12 and 3pm. We will be publishing the cost of membership in advance of this meeting. We will be registering adult members also on the day.

Camogie Foundation Course and Coaching Workshops:
Ross Corbett, Munster Regional Development Officer, will be running a Foundation Course to introduce the basic skills of Camogie and how to integrate these basic skills into drills for training sessions. This Foundation Course will be held on Sunday 8th February 2015 in Sáile at 11am and is open to anyone interested in getting involved with coaching in the Camogie Club.

We will be running a Workshop for Football for any coaches getting involved in coaching the Boys and Ladies sections on the Friday 20th February 2015 in St Multose Hall at 8pm. This will be facilitated by Gerry Murphy.

We will also be running an Internal Workshop for Hurling / Camogie which will be run by Donal O’Leary and Edward McCarthy for any coach looking to get involved this year with the Boys or Girls in Hurling and Camogie. This will occur on Friday, February 27th 2015 in St Multose at 8pm.

“Come Hurl with me” - Camogie:
We will be running a “Come Hurl with Me” programme from the Sunday 8th March 2015  at 11.15am to coincide with the girl’s camogie training. This programme will introduce anyone (Parent, relation, volunteer) interested in learning the basic skills of Camogie and the basic coaching skills for any sport. It will run for six weeks.

Camogie will have their first training session for girls aged 5 to 12 years on Sunday the 8th March 2015 in Sáile at 11.15am. A child will need to be the age of 5 years (i.e. 5th Birthday must occur between 1st Jan and 31st Dec 2015) to begin training with the club, as per the Cork Camogie regulations.

Underage Boys– U7 to U10 will commence training on Sunday the 8th March 2015 in the main pitch on Bandon Road at 11.00am. (Boys U/6 will start training in April – date to be advised).

Ladies Football will commence training on Monday, 23rd February 2015 at 5pm – 6pm at the Main Pitch on Bandon Road.
Please note the change in time.

Family Walk:
The Camogie and Ladies Football Clubs are jointly holding a Free Family ‘Spring into Shape’ Walk on Sunday, 1st February 2015 at 2pm.  Meeting at Charles Fort, walking to Lower Cove and back again.

List of upcoming Courses&Workshops for Kinsale GAA 20.01.15.pdf