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Invitation for teachers to attend Concussion Symposium @GAALearning @cnambnaisiunta

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An invitation has been issued by the GAA to teachers and coaches involved with Cumann na mBunscol to attend an upcoming Concussion Symposiom in Croke Park on October 8th, 2016.

Details of the Symposiom and may be found by clicking here and attendance form can be found here: bon secours concussion

Below is a copy of correspondence from the GAA

A chara,

The GAA’s Medical, Scientific and Welfare Committee would like to invite the members of Cumann na mBunscoil and all those involved in Primary Schools GAA to attend the upcoming Concussion Symposium which will take place in Croke Park on Saturday October 8th.

Below is an invite to the afternoon session. There is no admission charge, however please note spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

For further information please do not hesitate to contact me or Investnet directly at the below contact details.

For the GAA’s current Concussion Management Guidelines and further educational resources including the association’s E-Learning course and dressing room poster please visit http://learning.gaa.ie/Concussion

Is mise le meas,

Gearóid [Devitt]

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On behalf of Bons Secours and UPMC, we would like to Invite you to the Afternoon Session, to confirm your attendance please click here 

Bon Secours Health System and UPMC, the leader in Concussion worldwide, have come together with the GAA to present Ireland’s first Concussion Symposium which will take place at Croke Park on October 8, 2016.

Or click here to view the website

Leading Concussion experts from UPMC in the United States, Bon Secours Health System in Ireland and sporting figures from the GAA will join together for a ground breaking symposium which will share nationally for the first time the best practices, protocols and treatment of concussion today.
Speakers will include:

  • Dr. Pat O’ Neill, Former Gaelic Footballer all Ireland winning player and manager and Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine, Consultant, Mater Private and Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital
  • Aogán Ó Fearghaíl, Uachtarán Cumann Lúthchleas Gael, President of the Gaelic Athletic Association
  • Dr. Micky Collins, Executive Director- UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program
  • Dr. Kevin Moran, Consultant Surgeon in Letterkenny University Hospital and Donegal GAA Team Doctor

Regards,
Gillian Fox
gillian@investnet.ie
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InvestNet Ltd
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Fancy a game of Rounders? We’re looking for schools to participate in a Rounders Introduction Day

Cumann na mBunscol Rounders Introduction Day

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This school year we intend to relaunch Rounders as part of the annual Cumann na mBunscol range of activities.

As I’m sure you are aware, Rounders is a fantastic team game, suitable for boys and girls. It is a limited contact sport so it’s perfect for both recreational and competitive play. It draws on a different set of skills to other GAA sports, both tactically and physically.

We will be running Rounders introduction days, to be held in the CoE in Bekan before Hallowe’en 2016. Dates are to be confirmed. These days will be facilitated by GAA Rounders coaches and will include:

  • Ball skills
  • Batting skills
  • Throwing drills
  • Running/sprints drills
  • Practice games
  • Team building and having lots of fun!

There will also be a Connacht Rounders Day, to which some of the Mayo schools will be invited.

Initially, this introduction day will be offered to children in 3rd and 4th classes in large schools (4 teachers plus) and 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th in smaller schools.

Please fill out the online application below or click here

Official Rules are here FYI: Rounders Rule Book

Contact Danny Charlton with any queries: CraggaghNS@gmail.com

Rounders Intro Day Application & Official Rules

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Official Rounder Rules: Rounders Rule Book

Football Finals Results – Day 2

Div 1 Boys Quay, Ballina 7-05 Breaffy Cbar 2-10
Div 1B Boys

Culleens 4-07 Ballaghaderreen 0-08
Div 1 Girls 

Quay, Ballina 8-02 Breaffy, Cbar 1-02
Div 1B Girls 

Culleens 3-10 Ballinrobe 1-00
Div 2 Boys

Crossmolina 5-11 Bekan 2-06
Div 2 Girls 

Gaelscoil na Cruaiche 4-04 Bekan 2-00
Div 4 Girls 

Midfield 7-05 Corrcloch 3-06

Football Finals Day 2 – McHale Park – Wednesday, June 8th

Cumann na mBunscol: County FinalsWednesday 8th June, 2016

McHale Park

 

3.00 Division 4 Girls: Corclough v Midfield

6 a side. ​12 minutes per half

Referee: John O Boyle Line: Peter Geraghty & Martin Walshe

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3.45 Division 2 Girls: Bekan v Gaelscoil na Cruaiche

9 a side.​15 minutes per half

Referee: Peter Geraghty Line: Martin Walshe & John O Boyle

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4.30 Division 1B Boys: Ballaghderreen v Culleens

15 a side​20 minutes per half

Referee: Martin Walshe Line: John O Boyle & Peter Geraghty

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5.30 Division 2 Boys: Crossmolina v Bekan

11 a side.​20 minutes per half

Referee: Liam Higgins Line: Peter Geraghty & Martin Walshe

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6.30 Division 1 Girls: Breaffy,Castlebar v Quay,Ballina

13 a side.​15 minutes per half

Referee: Mick Herr​Line: Liam Higgins & Jimmy Feeney

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7.15 Division 1B Girls: Culleens v Ballinrobe ​​

9 a side 15 minutes per half

Referee: Liam Higgins Line: Jimmy Feeney & Mick Herr

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                               8.00 Division 1 Boys: Breaffy,Castlebar v Quay, Ballina​​​​

15 a side 25 minutes per half

Referee: Jimmy Feeney Line: Mick Herr & Liam Higgins

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Dressing rooms are located under the main stand. You may be asked to share a changing room so please leave your gear stacked neatly when heading out to play.

 

We would be grateful if you would let parents/supporters know that there is an admission charge of €5 per family/ €3 per adult. Match programmes will be available on the day.

 

REMEMBER OUR MOTTO: ‘Give Respect, Get Respect’.

 

We ask parents, teachers and all observing on the side line to show encouragement to the children that are playing. Show respect to referees and officials.

 

REFRAIN FROM USING ABUSIVE AND INAPPROPROPRIATE LANGUAGE.

 

We understand that this is never intended but accidental slips are regularly heard in the heat of the moment. Remember this is a competition for children, involving children.

 

Thank you for your co-operation.

Enjoy the competition and best of luck to everyone on the day.

Neil Reilly

Small Schools’ Activities Day COE Bekan

Please check this list and get back to me ASAP if I have left you out or you would still like to participate. I will leave it open for another week until Wednesday 8th June. Thanks. 

Activities Day – COE Bekan 15th June

1. Rathmanagh

2. Crimlin

3. Lehinch

4. Killasser

5. Taveena

6. Cogaula

7. Scoil Neifinn

8. Glencorrib

9. Culmore

10. Cloondaff

11. Tavrane

12. SN Coill an tSidheáin

13. Facefield

14. Cloghans

15. Clogher

 

Football Finals Reaults Day 1

Div 5 Girls. Gortjordan 11-6 Eachleim 9-6

Boys. Eachleim 10-8 Derrinbroc 1-6

Div 4

Boys. Mount Pleasant 4-7 Carracastle 2-10

Div 3

Girls. Aughamore 6-6 Fahy 5-4

Boys. Bohola 2-7 Carrowholly 0-3

Div 2B 

Girls. Knock 5-5 Quay Westport 5-3

Boys. Balla 2-11 Newport 2-7

Schools Football County Finals Day 1 @mayogaa

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Day 1 of our Football County Finals takes place tomorrow, June 1st on the main pitch in McHale Park, remaining finals will be played next week, June 8th. Next week’s fixtures will be posted here presently.

Very best wishes to all!

3.00 Division 5 Girls:             Eachléim v Gortjordan

5 a side.           10 minutes per half

Referee: John O Boyle    Line: Peter Geraghty & Martin Walshe

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3.45 Division 4 Boys:             Carracastle v Mount Pleasant

7 a side.           15 minutes per half

Referee: Peter Geraghty   Line: Martin Walshe & John O Boyle

___________________________________________

4.30 Division 5 Boys:             Eachléim v Dernabroc

7 a side            12 minutes per half

Referee: Martin Walshe    Line: John O Boyle & Peter Geraghty

_________________________________________

5.15 Division 3 Boys:             Bohola v Carrowholly

9 a side.           15 minutes per half

Referee: Liam Higgins   Line: Peter Geraghty & Martin Walshe

__________________________________________

6.00  Division 3 Girls:            Fahy v Aughamore

7 a side.           15 minutes per half

Referee: Mick Herr     Line: Liam Higgins & Jimmy Feeney

_________________________________________

6.45 Division 2B Girls:              Knock v Quay, Westport            

9 a side          15 minutes per half

Referee:   Jimmy Feeney   Line: Liam Higgins & Mick Herr

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7.30  Division 2B Boys:    Newport v Balla                                    

11 a side          20 minutes per half

Referee: Liam Higgins   Line: Mick Herr & Jimmy Feeney

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Dressing rooms are located under the main stand. You may be asked to share a changing room so please leave your gear stacked neatly when heading out to play.

 

We would be grateful if you would let parents/supporters know that there is an admission charge of €5 per family/ €3 per adult. Match programmes will be available on the day.

 

REMEMBER OUR MOTTO:          ‘Give Respect, Get Respect’.

 

We ask parents, teachers and all observing on the side line to show encouragement to the children that are playing. Show respect to referees and officials.

 

REFRAIN FROM USING ABUSIVE AND INAPPROPRIATE LANGUAGE.

 

We understand that this is never intended but accidental slips are regularly heard in the heat of the moment. Remember this is a competition for children, involving children.

 

Thank you for your co-operation.

Enjoy the competition and best of luck to everyone on the day.

Hurling Finals tomorrow evening in McHale Park! @mayogaa

Wednesday, May 25th sees the culmination of our hurling championship with 4 divisional finals taking place on the main pitch in McHale Park, Castlebar.

Mountpleasant NS will take on Derrinabroc NS in the Division 4 final, followed by Behy  NS Vs Balla NS in the Division 3 decider. 

At 5pm a cracking game is in store as Carracastle NS meet Aghamore NS once more following their drawn game in the Mini 7s competition earlier this year.

The evening will draw to a close with the egerly anticipated meeting of Kilmovee NS and Scoil Pádraig (Westport) in the Division 1 final. 

A great evening’s sport is in store at the home of Mayo GAA. Well done to all on reaching this stage and best of luck!

  

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