Passage West GAA Club
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Wishing the very best of luck to Rachel Sheehan and the Cork U16s in the All-Ireland Final v Galway this Wednesday 26th July. Throw-in at 7pm in Nenagh.
Photos: Barry Moran Photography
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Rebel Summer Camp a huge success as Cork senior hurlers get involved!
The Rebel Club Camps took place in Passage West GAA from the 17th-20th of July.
It welcomed all Boys and Girls from the ages of 5-14 to come up and join in on the fun, whether they played hurling or football or not.
76 boys and girls were coached by current Cork hurling stars including Mark Coleman, Shane Kingston, Darragh Fitzgibbon and Robbie O'Flynn for the week. It gave everyone a great opportunity to enhance their skills and learn from the young men at the top of their game!
A special thank you to all involved in organizing the summer camp!
Junior Ladies First Round Championship win
The Junior Ladies had a great win this evening over Erin's Own at Manning Park in the first round of the championship. Having suffered defeat the hands of the Glounthaune side last year at the same stage, the Passage girls were determined to make amends and did so in style.
Passage took the lead early with a point from Emma Harrington and a goal from Carolyn Mullane, a lead they never relinquished. Erin's Own responded with a couple of scores but Passage went in at the break 2 point ahead.
Erin's Own brought Passage's lead down to the bare minimum during the second half but a goal from Emma Harrington, some well worked points and outstanding defending from the Passage backs ensured they ran out deserving winners on a scoreline of 2-4 to 0-8. A great display and a great start to the championship. Next up for the Juniors are Araglen Desmonds Bui. Thanks to all supporters.
Passage scorers: Emma Harrington 1-2, Carolyn Mullane 1-1, Katie Atkinson 0-1
Passage team: Elaine McCarthy, Aoife O'Flynn, Kate Dorgan, Kelly McGranaghan, Louise Walsh, Tia MacMahon, Aoife Allen, Laoise Heffernan, Ria O'Mahony, Emma Harrington, Amy O'Neill, Chloe McCarthy, Eimear Dorgan, Carolyn Mullane, Anna Horan, Katie Atkinson, Michelle Moriarty, Linda Gleeson and Lisa O'Sullivan.
Upcoming events as Passage West GAA Club
Rachel Sheehan Plays For Cork U16 Team
Huge congratulations to Rachel Sheehan who had a fantastic game at corner-back for the Cork U16s in their 3-16 to 2-10 victory over Cavan in the All-Ireland semi-final this evening in Birr.
Cork will play Galway in the All-Ireland Final on Wednesday July 26th,time and venue TBC. Well done Rachel, we are so proud of you.
U14 Girls County Final
The Under 14 Girls Football team are playing the County Final this Saturday in Bishopstown at 8pm against Mayfield.
Please come along & support this fantastic team!
1st Class Harbour Parishes Football blitz - Wednesday May 17th.
Passage West GAA club held their third running of the annual 1st Class Harbour Parishes Football blitz on Wednesday May 17th.
Over 145 boys & girls attended from the following local National Schools:
A big thank you to the following:
Finally, a huge thank you again to everyone at Murphy’s Centra Rochestown for very kindly sponsoring the food & drinks for all of the kids.
Your sponsoring of this event & our National Schools GAA Coaching Programme are very much appreciated.
Passage West GAA club launch their National Schools GAA Coaching Programme at Murphy’s Centra Rochestown
On Monday May 15th we officially launched our 2017 National Schools GAA Coaching Programme at Murphy’s Centra Rochestown.
Murphy’s Centra are very kindly sponsoring our National Schools GAA Coaching Programme throughout the current school year & into the future. We have 4 young GAA coaches coaching boys & girls in Star of the Sea Passage & Monkstown National School on a weekly basis since early April, coaching every age group in the schools. In any given week this could involve up to 26 hours of coaching being carried out by Passage West GAA club coaches between both schools.
This is a major development in our club & is only the start on our road to continuous improvement year on year. All 4 coaches (3 male, 1 female) range in age between 19-21, are all in third level education, and all play at the highest level in our club.
Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camp
Passage West GAA club will be holding their annual Cúl Camp from August 21st to August 25th 2017.
Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games.
Activities are player-centred with a Games Based approach with a strong emphasis being placed on personal development and well-being.
Activities are also organised in an age-appropriate manner with a view to:
OTHER KEY FEATURES ATTACHING TO THE KELLOGG'S GAA CÚL CAMPS
· The camps are structured so that a different aspect of the game is worked on each day.
· The programme involves coaching specific skills of the game and provide the opportunity for children to put into practice what they have learned through small sided games.
For further information please contact:
Look what just arrived at Passage GAA Club!
2017 National Schools GAA Coaching Programme
Passage West GAA Club Juvenile Section are delighted to announce that Murphy’s Centra Rochestown have very kindly agreed to sponsor our 2017 National Schools GAA Coaching Programme.
As a club we are extremely great full to Murphy’s Centra for agreeing to make this significant contribution to the further development of the underage section of our club.
We would like to sincerely thank Terry & Sieglinde & Mary for supporting us on this, as the Juvenile Section of our club takes a very big step forward.
Our National Schools GAA Coaching Programme will take place in Star of The Sea Passage & Monkstown National School on a weekly basis.
In total there will be between 4-5 male & female coaches in place between both schools, coaching boys & girls from the different classes.
All of these coaches are currently playing for our club at the highest level & are also in 3rd level education.
It is a pre-requisite of the Juvenile Section of our club that all Juvenile coaches complete the official GAA Child Protection Course, sign up to our Coaches Code of Conduct, and complete the Garda Vetting Process.
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Passage On Tour and Past
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Passage West GAA Ladies Football Blitz Website: