Club Maith Online Pilot Scheme

A chairde,

Ulster GAA in partnership with Sport NI are piloting an online version of Club Maith which will hopefully make the submission of evidence an easier process for Clubs that hope to become accredited. For the first phase of this pilot programme, clubs will be able to apply for the Club Maith Bronze Award by uploading the required documents to the portal allowing them to be assessed online rather than the ‘old’ hard copy format.

Another benefit of this system will be that club documents will be stored on this online system so upon renewal after the three year accreditation everything will be in the one place and will only require updating.

Ulster GAA are inviting 10 clubs to engage in this pilot before Christmas, if interested please reply by return email and I can give further direction on how this can be progressed.

Le meas


Fionntán O’Dowd
Club and Community Development Officer


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