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Connacht Development News

By Camogie Press
Posted 2019-08-07 00:00:00
Connacht U21 7’s Closing Date!!
 
The Connacht U21 7 a side blitz will take place on SUNDAY AUGUST 25TH in Connacht COE and is open for registrations to all club camogie teams across Connacht.
 
Applications will be open until Wednesday August 14th. Entries received after this date will not be considered.
 
You can register your interest by clicking on the link below. Successful clubs will receive further details once registration closes.
Please click on the link below to register your team:
 
Connacht U17 Trials
 
Connacht U17 trials/training will commence this Sunday in Galway with session planned for Roscommon and Mayo in the coming weeks. For further details please contact Gerry Dolan (Connacht Development Officer)
 
 
Coaching Courses Recommencing this September
 
Our coach education courses will recommence in September and run until the end of November 2019 for the Autumn Season. These include Foundation and Level 1 training courses.
 
Any county who wishes to book a coaching course for the needs of their club coaches can do so by contacting John Mullins (john.mullins@camogie.ie) with their preferred date(s) and venue.
All courses must be requested before 30th August 2019.
 
Referee Training Opportunities in Connacht
 
We would like to extend this invitation to each county in Connacht to participate in our Club Camogie Referee Training courses this August. We are asking each county to distribute this invitation to their clubs, post the social media poster on their social media pages and encourage those who may be interested, to sign up.
The courses depend on the number of people interested. We would need a minimum of 15 people to run any particular course.
  
a) First Whistle Course This is for anyone over 15 years of age looking to referee at Go Games Level (u8/10/12) and also at u12 League.
 
b) Foundation Course This is for anyone over 18 years of age looking to referee at u14 level and above. With experience county boards will assign to older ages groups accordingly.
 
c) Conversion Course This is for any GAA Referee who are looking to officiate in camogie also and will offer a recap of the rule differences etc from hurling to camogie.