12th O’Neill’s Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Development Conference
will take place on Saturday 6th February 2016 in the Glenavon House Hotel, Cookstown.
This year’s conference is ‘Growing and Developing Hurling in Ulster’ and will focus on the essential ingredients required to develop the game at youth and adult level in Ulster.
Special guest speakers at the conference will include former Cork and Limerick manager and current TG4 analyst Donal O’Grady, former Kilkenny All Ireland winning captain and 9 time All-Star DJ Carey, Paudie Butler and National Hurling Development Committee Chairman and former Tipperary selector, Paudie O’Neill.
The cost of £25 includes lunch and a delegate pack. You can find out more information at:
Coaching & Games Development Conference 2016
And you can Book your place online now at: oneills-ulster-gaa -conference-2016-tickets
For further information contact the Ulster GAA offices on (028) 3751 7180.
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Please find below the Details of the Ulster Regional Hurling Development Officers
These men will be running/ involved in a number of indoor and other hurling activities for clubs in their regions, please contact your local RHDO for further information.
South Antrim, North Down & Ards Peninsula
079 1871 9791
Derry & Donegal
079 1871 9793
North Antrim & South Derry
079 1871 9796
Tyrone, Armagh & South West Antrim
078 2585 5709
Monaghan, Cavan, Fermanagh & South Donegal
00353 8 7135 3180
Armagh, Monaghan & South Down
079 1871 9794
Thanks for your support with this and wishing your club every success in 2016.
Ulster Hurling Development Officer
Caoimhín Ó Ceállaigh
Oifigeach Forbartha Iománaíochta Uladh
Ulster GAA, Ceannarás Uladh, 8-10 Market Street, Armagh, BT61 7BX
T: 028 (048) 3752 1900 | W: www.ulster.gaa.ie
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