Michael Duignan, Offaly GAA County Board Chairman, has been appointed as ‘County Champion’ on the Community Response Forum for the Covid-19 crisis.
Monthly Archives: March 2020
Offaly County Board Chairman Michael Duignan has today (26th March) provided a further update on the suspension of GAA activities in Offaly due to the Covid-19 virus
Club Officers in Offaly are encouraged to register with the GAA Learning Portal – there are online modules and an option to pursue a Foundation Certificate
Included is a booklet with a large number of football coaching ideas for young players compiled by Games Development Manager, Liam O’Reilly
All GAA actvitity at club, inter-county and educational levels has been suspended with immediate effect.
A series of forums involving representatives of all GAA Clubs have been organised as part of the process to prepare a plan for the future direction of Offaly GAA.
Tickets are now available for the Leinster Scór finals on 22nd March, at which Offaly will be represented.
Offaly hurlers drew with Antrim in the last round of the league, but two last-gasp goals for the visitors denied the Faithful County a place in the Division 2A final
The 2020 ‘TURAS’ Club Workshops are up and running, with Offaly Coaching & Games staff visiting clubs around the county.
Offaly hurlers host Antrim on Sunday, with a victory required to reach the Allianz League Division 2A final