Welcome to the home of the Rebel Og Coaching website. Here you will find information on Cork GAA Coaching and Games at Club, School and Academy level. If you require further information please contact your local GDA
Edit On Sunday 10th February in the Pairc Ui Chaoimh conference centre, Cork GAA in association with Corks Red FM played host to a unique event with an audience drawn from Ladies Football, Camogie and the Cork GAA development (More Here)
Sunday 10th Feb Pairc U i Chaoimh 4G 2.00pm. Plate Final Cork City/East v Cork North 3.30pm Cork West v Cork Mid Referee: Vaughan Colm - Kilnamartra 2.00pm. Plate Final Cork City/East v Cork North Cork City East -White & Red 1.Luke (More Here)
On Sunday 3rd Feb 2019 the The Benchmarking Awards were presented to the clubs who were successful in their Benchmarking in 2018. This year we had an increase in the number of clubs taking part. Cork Chairperson Tracey welcomed all the (More Here)
The sub-committee established by Cork County Board to develop a long-term plan for Cork football has today published #2024 – A Five-Year Plan for Cork Football, which the County Board Executive has considered and will recommend for approval at the (More Here)
Cork Sports Partnership have partnered with Sport Ireland Coaching to host the Coaching Children - Physical Literacy Workshop as part of the Health & Wellbeing Festival this Saturday in Terrence McSwiney Community College, Holyhill Sport Ireland Coaching have developed this workshop (More Here)
The 2019 GAA Games Development Conference in partnership with Sky Sports will take place in Croke Park, on Friday and Saturday January 11th and 12th 2019. The theme for the conference is ‘Coaching for Wellbeing’ Friday, January 11th will feature a Club based forum that will provide Clubs with the (More Here)
Rebel Óg Coaching is the body responsible for coaching and games development in Cork. The group is headed by County Coaching Officer Ronan Dwane along with Full Time Staff led by Kevin O Callaghan as Games Manager and 6 Games (More Here)
East Cork GDA Shane Supple has organised a new football tournament for Post Primary Schools in East Cork. This Gaelic Football league for East Cork PPS is for 1st year and 2nd year students in East Cork aimed at the U14/U15 age group (More Here)
Location: Cork Terms: Contract | Full Time Date of Ad 5th Dec 2018 APPLY NOW Job Description The Carbery Division is a geographical Division of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) in Cork promoting the sports of hurling and Gaelic football. The Cork GAA (More Here)
The GAA Games Development Conference contains an exciting line up with added subject variety specifically targeting Coaches within an applied lifelong learning context. The conference is organised in partnership with Sky Sports. This Conference will focus on the needs and issues (More Here)
EXCITING END TO FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS by Colman Motherway Our inaugural Sean Lavery Memorial Football Tournament, aka “Friday Night Lights” finished up after four weeks in Killeagh on Friday evening last (what a pleasure to be still playing football on the (More Here)
On Sunday the 25th November a large crowd of players, mentors, parents and family members gathered in the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs Conference Centre for the 2018 Rebel Og Cork Squads and Regional Squads Medal Presentations. Mr John Purcell, Chairman (More Here)
Cork Institute of Technology supported by Cork Sports Partnership present a new and exciting guest speaker seminar series. The seminar series aims to (More Here)
On Monday 29th Oct our U7 hurlers from around the county got a chance to take part in our end of year Monster Blitz on the G4 pitch in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. It was a great day for these young (More Here)
Today in Pairc Ui Chaoimh over 75 clubs had teams present at the final U8 Hurling Monster blitz of the year. The games started at 9.30 and every hour untill 3.30 teams took to the field and played games under (More Here)
On Saturday the 6th of October the final football blitz of the year was held in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. On the day three Cork Senior football players were present to meet the children and present each child who took part (More Here)
Applications are NOW being taken for the Gaeltachta Scholarship 2019. Please click on the following link Eolas ar Scoláireachtaí 2019. to down an Application form which includes details of the 2019 Gaeltacht scholarship scheme. This can be photocopied as needed. Note that this updated GAA scholarship Application Form (More Here)
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Rebel Og Coaching
Rebel Og Coaching promotes Gaelic Games in clubs, schools and academies throughout Cork. A full-time staff of seven GDAs working under the county games manager caters for the needs of child, youth and adult players in both football and hurling (see framework below right).
In catering for players needs in a balanced way, a two-pronged approach is in place
• Maximise Participation by ensuring that all young children in Cork are exposed to games and coaching in a fun, positive environment and that the maximum number of such players are subsequently retained for a lifelong involvement in Gaelic Games
• Optimise Playing Standards to ensure that all players are provided with opportunities to fulfill their potential through regular, meaningful games and top class coaching, both of which are outlined below.
Also, the development of proficient coaches at all levels is a core aim of our organisation and a comprehensive coach education programme is in place in terms of local workshops and the national coach education modules at Foundation Level, Award1 and Award 2.
At club level, core programmes include Rebel Og Coaching Benchmarks 2020 which provides a club template for best practice in coaching, participation and playing standards, as well as Monster Blitzes and Kellogg’s Cul Camps, while various coaching and games initiatives are in place in both primary and post primary schools across the county.
At academy level, Rebel Óg Academy programmes run at regional level from U13 to U16 and at county level from U14 to U17. All such panels aspire to nurturing and developing the characteristics and skills required in inter-county hurling and football through the provision of an appropriate programme of personal, technical, physical, psychological, tactical and team development for players and mentors. While the primary value of the squads may be measured in terms of All Ireland success for Cork Minor, U21 and Senior teams, the squads will create an environment conducive to the development of a playing career that will extend beyond the county panels and ultimately, to a fulfilling and rewarding life within the GAA. On completion of the programme we expect the individual to have attained a level of sporting excellence together with the complementary life skills necessary to sustain a productive inter-county career.
March 3rd 2017. GDA Shane Supple being interviewed by Justin Maher on CRY104fm in Youghal, Co Cork.
Rebel Og Coaching Cork