Juvenile Club

U11 Football victory.

posted 24 Mar 2018, 08:32 by john o leary

the Lyre U11 football team who beat Glenville today on a scoreline of 6:10 to 1:2. A great win for the team, good interplay and a solid team performance. Good start to the year

JUVENILE CLUB ACHIEVED THE BRONZE AWARD IN THE RECENT REBEL ÓG BRNCHMARKING PROCESS

posted 23 Feb 2018, 07:15 by john o leary   [ updated 23 Feb 2018, 07:16 ]

The club will be looking to improve on this award over the coming year and aim to achieve the previously held Silver award, or even reach the Gold standard.

U11 SQUAD IN UCC RECENTLY

posted 19 Feb 2018, 06:29 by john o leary

The U11 squad being put through their paces during their Movement and Flexibility Programme that they underwent over the winter in the Mardyke Arena in Cork.

coaches undertake their Award 1 Qualification

posted 19 Feb 2018, 01:19 by john o leary   [ updated 19 Feb 2018, 01:22 ]

Coaches from the Banteer and Lyre Juvenilee GAA Club undertook their Award 1 Qualification on Saturday last. These were Michael Kiely, John O Leary, Niall Looney, James Kearney, Willie O Neill , Denise O Neill , Teddy Kelleher, James Kearney along with other coaches from Dromtarriffe, Cullen, and Kiskeam. It means the majority of coaches involved in the Juvenile club now have the Award 1 course completed.

JUVENILE CLUB SOCIAL ON THE 24TH OF FEBRUARY

posted 5 Feb 2018, 01:36 by john o leary

Banteer/lyre juvenile GAA club, Banteer ladies football  and Banteer camogie club annual social takes place on Sat 24th February at 7:30  in the Hi Bi mallow.Tickets are €25 for adults and €10 for children. Tickets will be on sale on thursday 8th and thursday 15th between 8 and 9 at the sportsfield.This is a great family night out and we encourage as many as possible to attend.


THE U12 GROUP ARE UNDERTAKING A MOVEMENT AND FLEXIBILITY PROGRAMME IN THE MARDYKE .

posted 18 Jan 2018, 04:51 by john o leary

 the Banteer and Lyre U12 squad, with their program coaches,who are involved in a movement and flexibility program in the UCC Mardyke Arena. Many thanks to Michael Kiely and Pat Finnegan for organising this activity.

LATEST NEWS

posted 27 Mar 2017, 03:38 by j.a. o leary

Things are well underway in the Juvenile club with many teams into their league campaigns. On Saturday last the U10 footballers took on Sliabh Luchra in Kiskeam and all these young players did very well on their first outing. Later on the U14 footballers were unlucky to miss out to Dromtariffe as were the minor footballers who were to lose out to Doneraile in Banteer. Training continues for all groups and the club looks forward to the beginning of the Hurling season.

Upcoming fixtures: 3/4/17 U12 Football v Milford away 18:45, 6/4/17 Minor Hurling v Ballyhea away 18:45,  8/4/17 U16 Hurling v Buttevant at home 11:00.

Any player wishing to purchase a new Mycro helmet through the GAA scheme (cost of helmet €35) can contact Willie O Neill on 085 8625994 to place the order.

Over the coming weeks the Juvenile Club will be involved in the selling of the sports field draw tickets and we would ask parents to support the club in this.

THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND THE NURSERY PROGRAMME OF THE CLUB

posted 27 Mar 2017, 03:37 by j.a. o leary

This document has been put together by Niall Looney and is an outline of the clubs approach to coaching the younger age groups. While the document is only a brief snapshot of a much deeper approach, it is designed to give parents an overall view and to help answer any questions that parents may have

THE U6/7/8 GROUP RETURNED TO TRAINING ON SATURDAY THE 11TH OF MARCH.

posted 13 Mar 2017, 07:51 by j.a. o leary

The U6/7/8 players have returned to training on Saturdays from 9:30 to 10:30 in the Banteer Astro and will continue in this slot until such time as the pitches are opened up. We do half an hour for each code, with the emphasis more on mobility and developing the key skills of Agility, Balance and Coordination. The coaches involved have received training in coaching these specific age groups and they continue to upskill in this area. We are also guided by the various resources made available from Rebel Og which can be viewed on rebelogcoaching,com. 
Any boy who is attending primary school is welcome and we would also welcome any help from parents as we are in constant need of the help and support.
Any questions give the club secretary Willie O Neill a ring.


 

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