Games Promotion Officer - Gerard Dinan

Our Games Promotion Officer is Gerard Dinan and he has been with Cluain Tarbh since November 2016. 
Originally from Co.Cork, Gerard has previously worked in similar roles with Cork GAA and Western Australia GAA. Gerard has a vast experience in coaching all codes of GAA at both adult and juvenile level. In 2016 he coached Inniscarra Senior Camogie team to the Cork Senior Camogie title defeating All Ireland champions Milford in the final.  During his time in Australia he obtained a level 1 senior and junior coaching award in Australian rules football. 
Gerard works intensively with local schools and our nursery as well as supporting the club’s own mentors and players. Gerard is always available to talk with parents whose children are interested in becoming involved with Gaelic games at the club. 
You can contact Gerard on 083 472 9388 or email gerard.dinan.gpo.dublin@gaa.ie

 

Coaching News

The purpose of the coaching page is to make accurate, relevant and interesting content readily available to all coaches in the club. I will be posting below on different coaching issues, feel free to mail me if you have any topics you want covered. The views expressed will be my own, and they will be based on my years of experience coaching Gaelic games. Yours in sport, Stephen Behan

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Setting a Mastery climate! ! In my professional role as a games promotion officer for the club, the factors which motivate children to play ...

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Foundation Award Friday 17th April Football Foundation 8pm - 10pm Tuesday 21st April Hurling Foundation 8pm - 10pm Monday 13th April Camogie Fo...

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The Coaching Pathway

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Fail to Prepare, Prepare to Fail
Picture this. You arrive at for a training session that you are taking at the time we are supposed to start,  the kids are going mental, you are trying to set out some cones, then you realise the balls need to be pumped or you are missing some sliothars. You finally get the session going but the kids are still acting up, they are giddy now and it's very hard to control them. You are frustrated and its already fifteen minutes into the session. You roar at some child who won't stop messing and there is little or no coaching done. You are mentally and physically drained when the session finally ends. Sound familiar?

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