Carbery GAA coaches keep kids engaged with a host of hurling and football drills

June 13, 2020

Report on by John Bohan on Friday 12th June 2020 SOCIAL media and technology have played key roles in helping underage GAA players continue to up-skill and maintain their sporting progress during Covid-19. Cork GDA James McCarthy, along with Carbery GAA Games Promotion Officer Paudie Crowley, have held a series of coaching webinars in recent weeks that have attracted over 2,000 U12 and U14 GAA enthusiasts throughout the Beara,…


Coaching & Managing a Hurling Team

June 11, 2020

Registration is now open for our hurling specific webinar. Coaching & Managing a Hurling Team Part 2                     Monday June 15th.  8.00 p.m. (Irish Time) This workshop will be presented by Martin Fogarty, National Hurling Development Manager and will have planning & practical elements to it. It is a follow-on from Part 1 which can be viewed at Hurling Webinar: Coaching & Managing a Hurling…


Wednesday Webinar – Dr Cameron Peers 4/06/20

June 4, 2020

This week we were joined by Dr Cameron Peers on our weekly Wednesday Webinar series.Cameron is a psychologist who recently completed his Doctorate in DCU. Cameron, along with last weeks guest Dr Stephen Behan carried out research on over 2,000 primary school children in the area of Physical Literacy but also looking at the psychological side of why kids do and do not take part in sport. Stephen spoke briefly…


Wednesday Webinar Dr Stephen Behan 27/05/20

May 27, 2020

Dr Stephen Behan joins us to discuss the importance of Physical Literacy in Children. Dr Behan has recently completed his Doctorate in DCU. This combined with his experience as a Games Promotion Officer in Dublin for nearly 10 years, allows Stephen to give a unique insight into how GAA can play a huge role in developing the Physical Literacy of all children. A fascinating listen for every coach, parent or…


Wednesday Webinar Willie Cleary 20/05/20

May 20, 2020

We chat with Wexfords Willie Cleary, who is Project Director of the highly successful “Hurling 365” program being rolled out in primary schools in conjunction with the local clubs in Wexford. A really interesting conversation and a great insight to how clubs can maximize the benefits of a strong Club School link.



rebel og
March 9, 2019

Cumann Lúthchleas Gael is Ireland’s leading sporting and cultural organisation with membership approaching one million people and in excess of 500,000 playing participants at all levels. Inspired by its amateur status and supported by the voluntary efforts of all its members, the GAA devotes its entire resources to the development of Gaelic Games and Culture nationally and in local communities.   The Role  Coiste Chontae Chorcaí CLG (Cork County GAA Committee) is now seeking a suitably…


Wall Ball Workshop

February 26, 2019

Venue – Charleville GAA Hall  Date – Monday March 11th  Time – 7pm to 8:30pm  Admission – FREE  Coaches – Darragh Fitzgibbon, Mark Kavanagh, James Kennedy. Rebel Óg North will present a top class Wall ball workshop to be hosted in Charleville GAA hall on Monday 11th of March.  Club coaches of all age groups from under 8 to Minor from all over the county will be catered for on…


Games Development Conference 2019

January 2, 2019

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 opportunity to present examples from their own practices that might be of use to other clubs.  Saturday, January 12th provides an opportunity for delegates to attend sessions from speakers…


Rebel Óg Coaching Cork GAA Coaching Update Dec 2018

January 1, 2019

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 Development Administrators. This group help to support the volunteers around the county at Primary School, Post Primary and Club level through hands on coaching sessions, organising games programmes and education of coaches. The GDA’s also have a hand’s on role in the Regional Development Squad programme.With the 2018 season at an end, there has been a huge amount of activity over the past 12 months. Monster Blitzes, Mini Leagues, Development Squads and Cúl Camps Coach Education, Coaching in our schools, Workshops, Courses were all in full flow. Our Cúl Camps have hit record numbers and our football & hurling development squads have had success in Tournaments during the year and lets not lose focus on the Benchmarking 2020 Vision initiative criteria which is being assessed for 2018 its been a busy year and we are looking forward to 2019. Below, we report on some of the highlights from 2018