Coaching Conference 2010

“Best Practice for GAA Coaches”

The Munster Coaching Conference will give coaches, managers, mentors, teachers and volunteers the opportunity to see and hear at first hand “best practice methods” in relation to a host of very relevant and varied topics in the development of Gaelic Games today and in the future. The conference provides an ideal opportunity for the association to showcase the work that is currently being undertaken in the areas of Coaching and Games Development. More importantly, it will enable coaches and mentors to network and, at that the same time, meet a number of our outstanding coaches.

Gaelic Games have grown and evolved quite a lot in recent times. Young people to-day demand coaches to challenge them to reach their full potential. Player development now requires the understanding and recognition of the physical and psychology demands on young people as well as the ability to improve the technical ability and tactical awareness of players. We are so fortunate to have some of the most respected coaches in our games to give presentations to-day. We hope that you will enjoy the conference and that you go home a more knowledgeable and confident coach.

From Pat O’Shea / Joe Carton (GAMES MANAGERS)


Date: March 27th, 2010

Venue: Mallow GAA Complex

Time: 9.30am to 4.15pm

Cost: €40 per coach

(Lunch and Coaching Pack included)


Final Week Preparation – Dr. L Hennessy

Pat Flanagan: Speed and a Skill

Coaching Planner

Video Clips

Documentation from the 2010 Munster Coaching Conference