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Young hurlers pictured with Tadhg Haran of Liam Mellows GAA Club & Galway.

Summer Camp 2016 Registration is now open!

Kids from National Schools with Galway and Club Hurler Tadhg Haran
Liam Mellows GAA Club has expanded its 2016 Schools Coaching Programme to include Holy Trinity National Girls School National School and St. Micheals Boys National School in Mervue.

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The Award 1 Coach Education course is the second award on the coaching pathway of Gaelic Games.

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New GAA Concussion guidelines have been developed for use at all levels of Gaelic Games.

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Being a coach to teenage hurlers and footballers can be a difficult job. At this age, players are developing physically, psychologically, socially and emotionally. Where this stage of development begins and ends is hard to define exactly, as each player will develop at a different rate.

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Whether you’re a professional coach, a leader or manager using a coaching approach to help your team members develop, or using your coaching skills in a less-formal environment, there are a number of key skills that will help you to become a great coach.