GAA coaching conference falls foul of weather

The GAA's National Coaching Conference at Croke Park and another GAA Conference in Donegal have fallen victim to the bad weather.

The GAA's National Coaching Conference at Croke Park and another GAA Conference in Donegal have fallen victim to the bad weather.

The biggest coaching event on the GAA's calendar, the GAA Games Development Conference, which was scheduled for Croke Park this Saturday, has been postponed due to adverse weather conditions.

The conference, entitled 'Coaching Children: Building a Platform for Lifelong Involvement in Gaelic Games', has been rescheduled for Saturday, January 15 at Croke Park.

All delegate bookings will remain valid for the rearranged conference.

Delegates unable to attend on January 15 are asked to email gamesdevelopment@gaa.ie for further details.

Meanwhile, a major Gaelic Games coaching conference due to take place in Donegal this weekend has also been postponed.

The event, which includes the likes of Joe Kernan, Seamus McEnaney, Liam Sheedy, Conor Counihan, Pat Flanagan, Paddy Tally, Mike McGurn, Benny Tierney, Darragh O Se, Peter Canavan, Dr Sharon Madigan, Dr Kevin Moran and Declan Gamble, has now been rescheduled for Friday March, 25 and Saturday, March 26 in the Abbey Hotel in Donegal town.

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