Coaching Resources


This area should be used by all managers/coaches in the club as a tool to make sure all players in the club develop skills needed to succeed in the modern game. (Scroll to the bottom of the page for all information)
 
If you have any information you wish included here please contact saintbrigidsgaaclub@gmail.com
 
Please make yourself aware of all areas contained here. These resources are designed to support managers/coaches in the development of our players.


(It has to be FUN!!!)

Click on the Image(s) below to access additional Coaching Resources:

 
GAA Go Games   Small-sided games with modified rules for children up to under 12.
Common Injury Information
& Management
Fun Do, Caters for different levels of development, differing abilities and needs, to develop a sense of fair play with an overall purpose of encouraging children to reach their full potential.  
Nutrition is essential for serious sportspeople, it can be the difference between winning and losing.  
 
The U Can Awards  are a series of skills challeges, designed to assist players as they learn the skills of Gaelic Football & Hurling.
 
Dublin Coaching & Development
Very Good Info   
Antrim Coaching & Development 
FUNdamental Warm up Games, 
 Football Skills
 
 
Connacht Coaching & Development

Skills, Drills, Nutrition, Videos, Strength &Conditioning 

GAA Coaching Resources

Scroll pages at the bottom for more Skill and Drill Slides.


 
 
 

GAA Skill Cards
Printable Cards 
 
Eight Suggestions for Succeeding
(by John Wooden)
  1. Fear no opponent, Respect every opponent.
  2. Remember, it's the perfection of the smallest details that makes the big things happen.
  3. Keep in mind that hustle makes up for many a mistake.
  4. Be more interested in character than reputation.
  5. Be quick, but don't hurry.
  6. Understand that the harder you work the more luck you will have.
  7. Know that valid self-analysis is vital for improvement.
  8. Remember that there is no substitute for hard work and careful planning, failing to prepare is preparing to fail.