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North Antrim Fixtures W/C 31st August 2015
31st August 2015
Tuesday 1st September U12 Go Games Section A Semi Final at 6:45pm    - McQ...
Coaching and Development Meeting (POSTPONTED)
27th August 2015
Please note postponement of Coaching & Development meeting originally set for next Thur night....
NA U10 Championship / U8 Blitz
24th August 2015
U10 championship 'grading' blitz has been re-scheduled for Saturday 12th September 10am in Dunloy....
North Antrim U10 Hurling Championship
19th August 2015
The last U10 blitz is this Sunday is in Dunloy. Teams will be graded at this blitz so make sure yo...
North Antrim Fixtures W/C 17th August 2015
18th August 2015
Tuesday 18th August U12 Go Games Section A Preliminary Round at 6:45pm   &nb...
North Antrim Weekend of Hurling Sponsored by Premier Electrics Big Success!
16th August 2015
North Antrim started the North Antrim School of Excellence earlier this year with an aim to promot...
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NA U14B Shield
12 Dec 2015 St MacNissi v Loch Mor dal gCais
NA U14A Shield
12 Dec 2015 Cuchullains v Mc Quillans
NA Junior Feis Shield
31 Dec 2015 Shamrocks v Ruairi Og
NA U16B Shield
31 Dec 2015 Tir Na Nog v St MacNissi
NA U16A Shield
31 Dec 2015 Mc Quillans v Cuchullains
NA U12 Go Games Sec B
31 Dec 2015 Con Magees v St Ergnats
NA U12 Go Games Sec A
31 Dec 2015 Oisin v Ruairi Og
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Name: Improving standards
Improving standards
2nd September 2015

This is a post from another site about improving standards in sport and from the other side of the world but to me it seemed worthy of posting here...

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Regional development Schools (for all player standards, not just elite) I'm now living in the US, my son plays the ground ball. New York Red Bulls have set up a structure where the have about 20 RDS operating in the NJ area. The kids go, are placed according to ability, and then go through a 12 week development program. This actually helps the local clubs, (e.g a number of your team goes to a RDS, where they receive superior technical training along with kids of other local clubs) I believe that one way to improve the standard of hurling across clubs is to set this kind of development structure, so instead of county development teams, we should set up a club development program focusing on player development of both county and non county standard hurlers, develop everybody, give all clubs the opportunity to participate and within ten years, the standard should improve ,
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