The 11th O’Neills Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Development Conference took place on Saturday 21st February 2015 in the Glenavon House Hotel, Cookstown.
The theme of this conference was ‘Building Blocks to Improve Performance’ and focused on the key skills of kicking and striking. These are key elements within our games that, if perfected and executed well, can lead to an open, exciting and fast spectacle.
|Let’s Get Technical||Tony McEntee||1 Mb|
|The Key Challenges||Eugene Young||3.5 Mb|
|Engaging People to Learn and Perform Skills||Donie Buckley||1 Mb|
|Coaches Providing Feedback to Players & Teams||Kevin McGuigan & Jonathan Bradley||1.3 Mb|
|Mental Preparation in the training environment||Ciaran Kearney||1.1 Mb|
|Tactical Play in Hurling||Denise Martin||1.1 Mb|
|Analysis of Kicking Technique||John Morrison & Terence McWilliams||575 Kb|
|A Player Centered Approach to Welfare||Ryan Mellon||1.3 Mb|
|Nutrition: It should start with Keep It Simple Stupid (KISS)||Sharon Madigan||1.3 Mb|
|Player Welfare & Injury Prevention: What now?||Marty Loughran||2.6 Mb|
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