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Query

18th August 2015

Just checking why the Carey game on Sunday 30 August is at 12.45pm as opposed to 1pm. The other games have 1.5 hours between them. Thanks


I personally don't have an answer. Might be worth asking your secretary to check.

Hurler

16th August 2015

Yes it should have read 'put the onus on the club to recruit within their club sufficient numbers of coaches to be trained up'..and then work with outside coach or coaches to up club standard.. Thanks for the reply

Hurler

16th August 2015

Rather than hoping that coaches will go to hurling courses and avail of coaching could designated coaches for particular age groups be an option in coming to a club? Put the onus on the club to provide sufficient numbers and if there is a cost that is fine. When a coach goes to a course and obtains certification there is really little feedback to the club on whether they are up to standard or whether they get the chance and support to take appropriate teams. Clubs really need good hurling coaches for youth development.


If what you are suggesting that outside coaches come into a club for a specific age group and coach the team there is no long term future in this without the involvement of the club coach working alongside the outside coach.

A club must provide not only the players but the coaches who are willing to learn. This programme has operated in the past and is still available. An outside coach works within a club setting not to improve the ability of the player but the expertise of the coaches within the club who can pass this onto the club players. The outside coach will work with the club for a period of time then revisit the club to assess the progress and provide feedback and pointers towards further improvement.

Cul coaches

13th August 2015

Heard great reports about some of the coaches taking hurling Cul camps. Could their expertise and know how be made available to impart to club coaches working with young ones of similar age group? If this was passed on to others then club training sessions could become more appealing and more relevant to their stage of development .


Coaching the coaches is undoubtedly the correct pathway. Let's hope the club coaches avail of the opportunities made available by both Antrim and Ulster over the coming months. A programme of courses will be made available by the Coaching Administration.

Sharing expertise

13th August 2015

Seeing the need to get good hurling coaches in from other clubs to take senior teams is really positive. What is even more important is to get the best expertise shared around for the development of juveniles particularly as the numbers of young ones in some rural clubs is at an all time low. Yes good things are happening.


Thank you

12th August 2015

Great to see men from different senior clubs in North Antrim helping out with coaching/ training in clubs other than their own. This is a great way of upping standards and the expertise they bring is much appreciated.


Well sai

Minor B Final

12th August 2015

Can you please confirm the date of the Minor B Hurling Final as from the fixtures I am not sure if it is scheduled for the 11th or 13 September.


It will be that weekend depending on venue availability

Curious

12th August 2015

Hi I was wondering have the dates been set for play offs after the first round of the junior football championship. Thanks


Weekends of 3rd and 17th October

Jim

12th August 2015

Do the new playing rules voted in at congress 2015 apply to antrim club games ? (Senior and juvenile) Thanks


Yes. They apply too all sections of the Association

Conor Boyle

11th August 2015

On behalf of the Boyle family a huge GRMA to all the teams who played in the inaugural Ronan Boyle Over 35 seven tourno last Saturday. Kickhams Creggan were the victors in the Cup competition with the Shield being won by Rossa. The doctors and nurses doing the mens health checks were flat out all day which was brilliant to see and the ballot raised £1000 for Chest, Heart & Stroke. Special note of thanks to Peter Murphy (Rossa) and Gareth Ward (Sarsfields) for organising the whole day.


A great event for a very worthwhile cause and in memory of a true clubman

Onlooker

11th August 2015

Sorry I meant to write in my previous comment is there a date set for the Antrim senior hurling final? Thanks again


Sunday 27th September

Curious

11th August 2015

Has a date been set for the grading round of the u21 football championship?


Saturday 24th October (Grading Round)

Saturday 7th November (Preliminary Round)

Sunday 15th November (1/4 Final)

Sunday 22nd November (Semi Final)

Sunday 29th November (Final)




Peileadoir

10th August 2015

Would it not make sense for the CCC to bring the senior games which are fixed for Wednesday night forward to 7:45 and maybe tell the refs in the reserve games to only play 25 mins each half as it is now dark shortly after 9pm. Last week the senior games which started at 8pm finished in darkness and we are a further week towards darker nights.


It is being looked at

Happy

10th August 2015

Watched mc guigan cup final yesterday.. s/A senior hurling final. .... Really enjoyable match between rossa and Sarsfields ,,, good win for Sarsfields but very entertaining hurling match and some good young hurlers on display ... We'll done to rossa for hosting it

Onlooker

9th August 2015

Is there a date set for the Antrim senior hurling championship? Thanks


Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th August for quarter final games