On Saturday 26th March, in St John’s High School, Dromore Co Tyrone, Ulster GAA will be holding their second Ulster Hurling Road Show.
This is a jam packed Day with 3 Workshops on developing Hurling/Camogie Players and Coaches.
Special Guests on the day giving their views are National Hurling Director Paudie Butler (pictured), former Antrim player and manager Dominic McKinley, and Cork Hurler Ainle Ó Cairealláin.
The cost is £5/€6 per person attending.
To book a place contact Michael on 0 (+44) 7918719796 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The programme for the day is as follows:
Session 1: Tackling the tackle
Dominic McKinley, Ex Antrim Hurler & Hurling Development Officer, Antrim, will look at ways to improve the way players approach tackling in hurling and how to develop this for the modern game.
Session 2: Striking – a different way!
Ainle O’Cairealláin, Na Piarsaigh GAC Senior Hurler and Gym Manager, will look at the different types of stroke that can be used in a game especially when under pressure and how having these different methods of striking in a players “arsenal” can ensure a player is effective in all situations.
Repeat of Sessions 1 & 2
Paudie Butler, National Hurling Director, will look at ways to ensure coaches can be effective in ensuring players are able to develop this important skill in Hurling.