Coaching & Games: Update on Staff Roles 2014-05-14 15:36:00

Cork Coaching & Games wish to inform clubs of some changes to the Games Development Administrators' positions in Cork.

Martin Coleman has returned to his full time role and will be responsible for Duhallow and also West Muskerry including the following clubs
Macroom, Aghinagh, Dripsey, Cill na Martra, Béal Atha’n Ghaorthaidh, Naomh Aban, Kilmichael, Aghabullogue, Clondrohid, Laochra Og and Uibh Laoire.

Paudie O’Brien continues in the roll of GDA for Carrigdhoun and East Muskerry including Ballincollig, Donaghmore, Grenagh, Cloughduv, Inniscarra, Kilmurry, Blarney, Ballinora, Canovee, Eire Og and Grenagh.

Noel Crowley Games Promotion Officer, will run the Avondhu Division and also co-ordinate the Kelloggs Cul Camps through the summer.

Pat Spratt, who has worked in the North Region for the past 4 months, will be operating on a part-time basis working on specific projects rather than serving the wider club base on a full-time basis as in the past.

Sean Crowley will remain as the GDA for the Imokilly Region and as Head of Coach Education.

Colm Crowley continues in the Seandún Division where he commenced work in December.

Kevin O’Donovan remains as Development Squads Administrator and will be supported in the West Region (Carbery-Beara) by James McCarthy in serving the clubs and schools.

The programmes continue to be overseen by Games Manager Kevin O’Callaghan and by Cork Coaching Officer Brendan Driscoll.

Contact Details for the full-time staff are as follows 

Kevin O Callaghan, Games Manager


Martin Coleman: West Muskerry – Duhallow

Noel Crowley: Avondhu


Sean Crowley: Imokilly


Colm Crowley: Seandun


Paudie O'Brien: Carrigdhoun-East Muskerry


Kevin O’Donovan: Talent Academies Administrator & East Carbery


James McCarthy: West Carbery & Beara





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