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Coaching Conference 2011

The 2011 O’Neills Ulster GAA Coaching Conference was attended by around 400 GAA delegates from the 4 Provinces of Ireland, and indeed beyond.

Below are the presentations and other relative material from the conference.

Document Title Author Size
The Final Piece of the Jigsaw Dr Eugene Young 9.8 Mb
Coaching Team Play and Tactical Awareness John Morrison 945 Kb
Planning and Preparation for a County Senior Team Paddy Tally 875 Kb
Rules and Respect Pat McEnaney 250 Kb
Challenges Coaching Adult Teams Frank Dawson 700 Kb
Managers Heart Rate in Competition Kevin McGuigan & Des Jennings 1.95 Mb
Developing High Intensity Football Tony Scullion, Terence McWilliams & Kevin McGuigan 4.6 Mb
Coaching Teamplay and Tactical Awareness in Hurling Damien Coleman 3.9 Mb
Conditioning for Club Players Paul Murphy 1.3 Mb
Profiling Players, Fitness Assessment, Coach ability Roger Keenan 2.3 Mb
Managing Alcohol in the Club Team Aileen Tohill & John Leahy 695 Kb


Document Title Size
Active Communities 400 Kb
CDP Programme for February 200 Kb
Disability and Recreational GAA 460 Kb
FE Academies 550 Kb
Fitness Testing 180 Kb
Ulster GAA Gaelic Start Packs, and Creating Sustainable Club Structures 465 Kb
Special Guest Profile – Paul McCloskey 440 Kb
Speakers Profile 405 Kb
Ulster Hurling 755 Kb

Photo Gallery

Photos from the Conference can be viewed here.


Below are a selection of the videos from the conference. All the videos from the Conference can be viewed on Ulster GAA’s YouTube Channel.

European Boxing Champion Paul McCloskey explains how he managed to mix playing Gaelic Football and Hurling along with Boxing during his amateur days:

Paul McCloskey explains the significance of mental toughness, and goes head to head with Derry All-Ireland winner Tony Scullion:

Paul gives the delegates an insight into what a typical training week consists of when he is preparing for a fight.

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