Players ineligible to play Hurling Leagues 2016 – Updated

By: | February 29, 2016 | Category :

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The GAA Respect Initiative aims to promote positive behaviour and to ensure that an enriching environment is provided for the promotion and development of Gaelic Games. This includes respect for and from all participants on and around the field.

In creating this short video Meath GAA wish to highlight the behaviour of certain parents and/ or coaches who place unnecessary pressure on young players in our games.

If our young players can’t make their own mistakes how can we expect them to learn?

We are losing too many players each year to pushy parents who are not focussing on the long term development of their children.

Meath GAA are committed to promoting and developing the RESPECT initiative in our county which will encourage players, referees and supporters to get involved and to stay involved in our games.

Encourage your child to develop their own self awareness of skills they have gained

Put trust in the coaches methods

Leinster GAA in conjunction with Meath GAA County Board wish to recruit a Part-Time Hurling Games Development Administrator.

Follow the link for more details –

**CHANGED – Wednesday 17th changed to Wednesday 24th February**

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