Juvenile News

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Juvenile Membership

  • Posted on: 10 February 2006
  • By: Ger

      Please see Member Notices for Link to Online Membership.

Juvenile Membership is open to athletes aged 7 to18 years.

                       

                           

                                                     

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Coach Education Course

  • Posted on: 18 September 2017
  • By: nh

REMINDER OF UPCOMING COACH EDUCATION COURSE TAKING PLACE THIS WEEK 

  • Course:                Assistant Coaching Course
  • Venue:                  Dangan Track
  • Time:                    10am
  • Date:                     Satuday 23rd September 2017

To register for this course please follow the following link:-

https//events.athleticsireland.ie/ps/event/AssistantCoachCourseGalway2017

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Sign up at Training to enter the Galway Cross Country Championships

  • Posted on: 14 September 2017
  • By: Ger

Cross Country 2017

The County Cross Country Championships  ( Even Ages) take place at Palace Grounds in Tuam on Sunday 1st October.  Start time tba.  Please see details of the events below.  Anyone interested in competing should sign up at Training before Friday 22nd September.  Please keep an eye out on our Facebook Page for any changes/updates prior to the Event.

 

Events & Distances                           

U10s - 1000m;                                    Born 2008/2009

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Information for Juvenile Volunteers and Coaches

  • Posted on: 9 September 2017
  • By: nh

This pages describes some information relevant for new volunteers and coaches in our Juvenile section.

Vetting

We take safety of our members very seriously and all our volunteers and coaches working with juveniles are Garda vetted. We are working to complete vetting for all coaches, volunteers and committee members even if they do not work with our Juvenile sections.

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Juvenile Training resumes on Sunday 10th September

  • Posted on: 9 September 2017
  • By: Ger

Looking forward to welcoming our Juveniles back to training after the Summer Break on Sunday 10th September at 10.30a.m.

Training will continue as usual on Friday evenings at 7pm and Sunday mornings at 10.30am.

There will be a short information session for Parents of athletes after training on Sunday 10 th Sept in the Pavillion in Dangan at 11.50am.

 

 

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Juvenile Cross Country Fixtures

  • Posted on: 7 September 2017
  • By: Ger

 

2017 Cross Country fixtures

Tue 19 Sep - Primary Schools Semi-finals Renmore

Sat 23rd Sept, Castlegar Open Cross Country –  incl

Juvenile relays (4 x 500m)  U8 – U14, plus  3K & 4K course

Tue 26 Sep - Primary Schools Finals - Renmore

 

County Cross Country Championships

 

1st Oct – Even ages 10 – 18yrs – Tuam

8th Oct – Un-even ages  9 – 19yrs – Kilcornan

 

Connacht Cross Country Championships

 

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Juvenile Membership to re-open for New Members

  • Posted on: 30 August 2017
  • By: Ger

Juvenile Membership is to re-open on September 1st for any  new members who wish to join the Club from Sept to December 2017.   

The Cost is €50 for each new member and payment can be made online on this Website.   Athletes must have reached 7 years of age in order to join.  (Please note if you are already are a GCH Club member this fee does not apply)

Training will resume on Sunday 10th Sepember at 10.30 am at Dangan Track.

 

 

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GCH SUMMER SOCIAL, 26th August.

  • Posted on: 19 August 2017
  • By: Mags

Our annual summer social takes place at Crowe's Bar Bohermore next Saturday, 26th August from 8.00pm We hope to see as many as possible in attendance and finger food will be served. Great way to fuel up after the Claregalway 10K !
This is a great chance to meet and recap all the highlights of the year so far.

Galway Athletes join forces for Team Ireland

  • Posted on: 6 August 2017
  • By: Ger

Eight Galway athletes were selected  for this years Celtic Games International V teams from Scotland and Wales in Morton Stadium yesterday demonstrating  the current growing  strength of athletics in Galway .   This is attributal to many years of hard work and commitment from these athletes and also to a huge voluntary effort by Club Coaches, the County Board and parents within the various clubs. 

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