On behalf of Bishopstown GAA club I would like to welcome all the boys and girls to the Cúl Maroon section of our club.
The emphasis in this age group is on having fun, building friendships and beginning what we hope will be a lifelong relationship with our club.
Under the leadership of our Cúl Maroon coordinator Ann Marie Daly we have a committed group of volunteers whose sole focus is on developing the skills of our young players in a positive fun filled environment.
I look forward to great times ahead! Baile abú!
Cúl Maroon – Club Chairman Foreword
On behalf of our club, I would like to welcome you and your child into the Bishopstown GAA family.
Over the coming years, we will nurture, support and challenge your child to become the best version of themselves, both in life and on the field of play.
This ambition may seem idealistic to some, but we are very clear in our minds as to the environment we want to create for our young members, which has little to do with winning but is more focused on individual and personal development.
It is centred around fun, enjoyment and making friends for life. It is an environment that has respect, teamwork and honesty as its core values. Promotion of these values will encourage participation and the development of a positive experience within our club so as to sustain a lifelong involvement within Gaelic Games.
Our coaches are central to such promotion and we as a club are indebted to their work and their level of volunteerism. We are always looking for more coaches to join us and help out so it may interest you to come on board
Finally, my wish for your child is that sport in general, and the GAA in particular will provide them with an outlet that is framed in positivity and is supportive of self-development.
I look forward to seeing them wear the maroon and white with pride and representing our values in all that they do.
Rebel Óg Gold Standard Benchmarking Award
Bishopstown GAA Club has secured the Rebel Óg Gold Standard Benchmarking 2020 Award every year since its inception. The award recognizes the work of clubs that achieve and implement best practice in their approach to coaching and matches for young players, and for initiatives that improve playing standards and increase participation at player and mentor level.