The break in playing activities gives our clubs and members an opportunity to upskill and to engage in some much-needed learning. GAA Handball have devised a range of learning opportunities and a range of activities for you to get your Handball Fix some of which are outlined below.
A series of online Club Learning Webinars are set to take place each Wednesday over the next number of weeks with a wide range of topics covered and I would encourage all members to take advantage of these valuable learning opportunities. With no activity scheduled at present I would hope that all clubs would take advantage of the opportunity to enhance their skillset and gain valuable knowledge that will assist in developing our clubs and officers.
For more information on the webinars and details of how to register click on the link:
Get your Handball Fix
If you are struggling to fill your time during lockdown and are craving Handball then check out our ways to get your Handball fix at home by clicking here:
GAA Handball Circuits
There are a number of GAA Handball Circuits taking place each Thursday on Facebook Live with a special Handball guest trainer each week. Check out our Facebook page for the next guest coach this coming Thursday.
Why not use the break in activities to brush up on your knowledge of the rules and take the recently launched referee quiz?
Activity & Colouring Books
For the younger members we have a number of resources to keep them entertained including a fantastic colouring book and a number of activities in the GAA Handball activity book.
GAA Handball TV
Bored of Netflix and repeats? Why not check out our YouTube channel GAA Handball TV where you can watch 100's of matches, interviews and promotional videos all free of charge and in high definition.
“My Handball Life” series & News Articles
Check out the news section on www.gaahandball.ie for the first two articles in the My Handball Life series. The first article featured Antrim Handballer Ricky McCann with the latest instalment featuring Tipperary’s Eddie Corbett, both fascinating reads. Stay tuned for the next instalment and in the meantime you can check out the first two installments here:
There are many more interesting articles and features to browse through and look back on past games, players and events.
For learning resources, updates, and information about webinars, education and training opportunities as well as a number of interesting articles, quizzes and up to date news please visit our website www.gaahandball.ie and follow our Social Media channels.
We would encourage members to send in any interesting articles or pictures and any Covid-19 related projects or acts of community support that you may be engaged in to be shared with the wider association.
As always, we advise all members to monitor the Government and HSE websites for the latest information and guidance regarding COVID-19 and to follow their instructions regarding social distancing.