‘Gaelic4Girls’ coming to Clydebank The Glasgow Gaels Gaelic Football club are delighted to announce details of an exciting new programme called Gaelic4Girls that is commencing on the 15th April 2018. Gaelic4Girls is initially an 8 week programme aimed at increasing participation in Ladies Gaelic Football and promoting healthy and active lifestyles for young girls. The…
The Glasgow Gaels are extremely proud of all the young boys and girls in Clydebank who have been picking up Gaelic Football with great enthusiam and skill since the Youth section of the club was founded in March 2014.
In the short time since Glaschu Gaels underage has been established there has been a very steady development of skill amongst our players. We have successfully taken part in a number of national leagues, blitzes, and championships with many of our players being selected to represent Scotland across different age groups. More importantly, the youth club has established a sense-of-belonging for all of the children and parents involved, with a great camaraderie and team spirit–the kids themselves making every new player feel welcome and valued– an example to us all at the club.
The Gaels are an inclusive club that runs on the Six Values of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA): Community Identity; Amateur Status; Inclusiveness; Respect; Player Welfare; and Teamwork. We operate within the “Our Games, Our Code” framework set out by the GAA.
Our mission is to enhance the lives and wellbeing of the community in Clydebank and wider Glasgow through the provision of Gaelic Football for young people in an affordable, safe, and fun environment.
- 3 to 4pm
- Peterson Park G13 4PF
…until Late 2018 when training will move to our state-of-the-art facility at Clydebank Community Sports Hub (CCSH) on Dean Street, Clydebank. First session is always free. For more on the CCSH see: 3m Community Sports Hub Gets Green Light.
For more information on training and registration please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We continue to work in local schools introducing the sport, supported by the GAA in Scotland (big thanks to Niall Considine and Ronan McCarthy!) and West Dunbartonshire Council. 2015/16 saw the sport introduced to the school children of Our Lady of Lorretto and Clydemuir Primary schools, in addition to our present partner schools, OHR and Whitecrook! 2017/18 saw the introduction of St. Peters and Kilbowie primary school in Clydebank.
Coordinator: Jenn Treacy
Child Protection Officer: Catherine Murphy
Child Welfare/Schools Liason Officer: Emma Dunne
Coaching and Games Development: Dave McGovern
Fundraising and Finance: Tracey Greenhorn and Johnny Friel
All of our coaches and volunteers are PVG checked, qualified by the GAA, and have attended a Safeguarding course.
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Its been a brilliant start to 2018 and we are proud to announce our focus on our young people this year. In support of the Scotland-wide initiative #YOYP2018, the Glasgow Gaels have several upcoming events that are focused on our young people and their lasting impact on both the club and the wider community. On…
Work begins at new £3.8million Clydebank Community Sports Hub –Official Press Release: West Dunbartonshire Council– Contact Stef Lach, West Dunbartonshire Council, on tel: 01389 737529 or email: email@example.com Work on a new £3.8million community sports facility for Clydebank has officially started – with the state-of-the-art hub due to be up and running later this year.…