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ALLIANZ CUMANN NA MBUNSCOL REPORT MONDAY 23rd JANUARY

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ALLIANZ CUMANN NA MBUNSCOL REPORT MONDAY 23rd JANUARY

TWITTER

For any schools/teachers wishing to access Tipperary Cumann na mBunscol news and updates via Twitter, the Tipperary Cumann na mBunscol Twitter username is @TippCumanNamBun. The following link will enable you to follow us: http://twitter.com/#!/TippCumanNamBun. We would encourage as many teachers and schools as possible to follow us as this will enable you to access information as soon as it becomes available. We thank all the teachers who have become followers of Tipperary Cumann na mBunscol on Twitter. We have got a good reaction from teachers and schools in recent weeks.  Our “follower base” is definitely rising! Míle buíochas.

 

WELL DONE TO UPPERCHURCH NS

We extend our heartiest congratulations to Upperchurch NS who came first in the recent GAA Quiz for Tipperary Primary Schools. Well done to all participating schools.

 

EQUIPMENT SCHEME 2012

Aodan Wrenn posted the Equipment Scheme Information Letter to all schools this week.  If teachers wish to know more about specific coaching aids or equipment, please visit http://cumashurling.com/

 

TIPPERARY CUMANN NA MBUNSCOL AGM 2012

Our Annual General Meeting will take place on Monday 23rd of January, at 7.30 pm, in Hayes’ Hotel Thurles. It is essential that your school is represented at the A.G.M. All relevant documents relating to the night can be downloaded on our website: http://cumannnambunscol.tipperary.gaa.ie/

 

HURLING/CAMOGIE COMPETITIONS

Our hurling/camogie competitions are expected to commence during the coming weeks. Entry forms can be downloaded from the website. Please return your school’s completed entry form to Aodan Wrenn, St. Michael’s N.S, Clerihan, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary no later than Monday, 23rd January.

ALL IRELAND MINOR CUP

Any schools who are interested in having the All Ireland Minor Cup visit their schools; please contact Hugh Coghlan Football P.R.O. on 0879877355.

 

UNDER 11 HURLING/CAMOGIE GO GAMES MODEL

In 2012 each school, which chooses to enter the Under 11 Competition, will be graded according to the size of the school, past history of success, tradition and the strength of that particular game in that area of the county. When the school has been graded, blitzes will be set up within each grade. The groups for the blitzes will be comprised so that teams will be geographically grouped together to cut down on travel.NB..SCHOOLS CAN ENTER TWO TEAMS AT UNDER 11 THIS YEAR. They can have a second team (reserve team) if their numbers allow. If their first team is in Roinn A, then the second team will be in Roinn A1. If their first team is in Roinn B, their second team will be in Roinn B1. And so on. Roinn A1, B1, C1 and D1 will consist of ONLY school’s reserve teams / 2nd teams.

EACH MATCH IN THE BLITZ WILL BE PLAYED UNDER GO-GAMES / MINI GAMES RULES.

  • Matches will be ten minutes per half.
  • There will be only ONE catch of the sliothar permitted.
  • Once you catch the ball you MUST strike it.
  • There is NO soloing of the ball allowed.

This will improve striking skills from the hand, ground and overhead.

It will also make the games even more exciting, as the sliothar will be moving quickly around the pitch.

  • There will be reduced numbers on the Under 11 teams.

NB…EACH Substitute must play at least half of each game.

If schools don’t play all their subs, in all their games, they will be eliminated from the competition.

 

STEPS TO ESTABLISHING CLUB-SCHOOL LINKS

1. Ensure that the club has a dedicated School Liaison Officer (SLO). The SLO should be selected after considering availability to visit the school during school hours and communication skills. (If there is a club member teaching in the school he/she should not be asked to be SLO)

2. The SLO and club Chairperson could arrange to meet the principal and teacher with responsibility for sport/games.

3. Agree points of contact for club and school. 4. Outline the club’s work at underage as well as the Go Games Programme which promotes participation for all children.

5. Establish what support the school requires in terms of:
a) Equipment and gear
b) Facilities
c) Coaching assistance in the school setting
d) Support for Cumann na mBunscol activities
e) Assistance with organising Go Games Blitzes
f) Support for after school activities e.g. homework clubs
g) Information about coaching courses
h) Club membership for staff

6. Formalise arrangements regarding mutual use of each other’s facilities.

7. Establish (and keep up to date) a GAA notice-board in the school with information on Club Blitzes, Ú Can (Skill) Awards, GAA Cúl Camps, Cumann na mBunscol activities etc.

8. Provide a calendar of club events e.g. registration days, Go Games Blitzes etc. and keep up to date with school events.

9. Liaise with the County Games Manager and the school to keep up to date with school initiatives including the GAA Céim ar Aghaidh Education Resource, GAA Fun Do Coaching Pack, Cúl4kidz magazine and the Schools Coaching programme.

10. Circulate a club newsletter to the school children to encourage them to become involved in the club.

11. Host schools Go-Games blitz at the club pitch and hold a follow up event on a Saturday or Sunday morning.

12. Build on the new partnership; both the club and school could link together on new projects and schemes that will encourage children to Play and Stay with the GAA.

CONTACT CUMANN NA MBUNSCOL

For match reports, fixtures and school GAA news and events, please email Tipperary Cumann na mBunscol PRO John Manley of Dualla NS at pro.cnmb.tipperary@gaa.ie. Website: http://www.cumannnambunscol.tipperary.gaa.ie/. Ní neart go cur le chéile.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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