GAA Club Newsletter

The October edition of the GAA Newsletter is now available.

This month’s edition includes information on the following.

  • Details on the debate around the proposed ‘split season’
  • Advice for clubs to have their property ‘winter ready’
  • Preparing to mark the centenary of Croke Park’s Bloody Sunday
  •  A new skills & drills juvenile hurling video proving popular
  •  Club officer training and resources
  •  And more…

https://www.gaa.ie/news-archive/news/read-the-latest-club-newsletter-october-2020/


The September edition of the GAA Newsletter is now available.

This month’s edition includes information on the following.

  • The success of the 2020 Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps.
  • The Calendar Review Tasforce’s work on split season recommendation.
  • How Samaritans Ireland and the GAA are working together to prevent suicide.
  • The GAA’s planned tributes to the Croke Park Bloody Sunday victims.
  • How the Global Games Development Fund has helped 450 projects in six years.

https://www.gaa.ie/news/read-the-latest-club-newsletter-september-2020/


The June edition of the GAA Club Newsletter is now available.

In addition to updates on Covid-19 guidelines and phased reopening info for clubs, there are also important updates on child safeguarding, club premises management, Kelloggs Cúl Camps, GAA Museum reopening and coaching and games articles – as well as other features of interest to members around GAA initiatives and developments.

 

https://www.gaa.ie/news-archive/news/read-the-latest-club-newsletter-june-2020/

 

 

The May edition of the GAA Club Newsletter is now available.

This month’s edition includes information on the following.

  • The Association’s latest efforts in the fight against Covid-19
  • There’s information on a landmark new Gaelic games coaching survey
  • Health and Wellness for GAA club members
  • Coaching and skills drills
  • Injury prevention
  • GAA Museum’s online initiatives
  • Information on the GAA’s new games system, club dashboard, child safeguarding, virtual Scór, pitch welfare checklist

https://www.gaa.ie/news/read-the-latest-club-newsletter-may-2020/


The April edition of the GAA Club Newsletter is now available.

This month’s edition includes information on the following.

  • Online meeting etiquette.
  • Supporting our members, communities, and volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • How to mind your mental health during these challenging times.
  • GAA Learning initiatives.
  • GAA clubs rising to the challenge posed by COVID-19.
  • The 2019 MacNamee Awards winners.

https://www.gaa.ie/news/read-the-latest-club-newsletter-april-2020/

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