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Cóiste na nÓg Loch Garman Re-Launch of GO Games 2019, U-11 SKILLS LEAGUE

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What is the U11 Skill League

  • The U11 skill leagues are small-sided games where the pitch size and rules are modified to ensure that participants are challenged and supported to develop the basic skills of the game and derive maximum fun and enjoyment while doing so.
  • The U11 skill league program is based on go games model with an adaptive equal ability model that will incorporate reporting in a form of win /lost/draw for successful completion of concluding games of Phase 2, 3 and 4
  • The adaptive model is one that encourages players to find their own level by pitching teams against others of a similar level on our “Kent Stainless Football” or “Halo Tiles Hurling” concluding final days.
  • The more confidence that players have in their own ability and the greater the level of the enjoyment that they derive from developing and expressing this, the more likely they are to maintain a lifelong involvement in Gaelic Games.

Benefits

  • Promotes full participation
  • Appropriate pitch size and numbers
  • More touches of the ball
  • More efficient use of facilities (multiple games on a pitch)
  • Repeated decision making experience
  • Emphasis on player development rather than winning
  • Less perceived stress on players
  • Less emphasis on goals & points
  • “Providing children a fun & safe environment to participate in Gaelic Games”

We would ask for every club’s assistance and cooperation throughout this new initiative. Wexford C&G

Skill league format

  • Games will be fixed for Friday evenings, if this needs to be changed, it can be agreed by both teams
  • Games will officially commence Friday, 26th April 2019 to include alternative codes per week at 7.00pm
  • Clubs can enter multiple teams once numbers allow (clubs should have a minimum of 28 (u11’s & u10’s) to enter a second team. If a club has over 40 (u11’s & u10’s) they may enter a third team.
  • Teams will be afforded home and away matches in both codes
  • Home teams are responsible for furnishing a result to Marion Doyle under the following headings (1) Win (2) Lost (3) draw   – no scores will be accepted nor published via website or what’s app. The collated information will only be used by C&G for ability purpose to phase 2, 3, and 4
  • After all fixtures are complete, the final results of the league will determine each team’s opponent for Phase 2 and 3 of the U11s program where all teams are fully involved (which will consist of 2 extra rounds of concluding games to asses teams of equal ability prior to the final concluding games) However, this will include teams travelling outside their districts/groups . Clubs with 2 Teams will be paired together at the same venue for phase 1.   Clubs with 2 teams will be required to travel in Phase 2/3 outside or within their double team groups .   Clubs with 2 Teams to divide their teams into equal ability as agreed on 16/4/2019
  • C&G will be responsible for Phase 2 and Phase 3 stages of the concluding games and would ask clubs to furnish results as per spreadsheet to prevent uneven pairings
  • In the case the home club is unable to assign a referee for a game, a coach from each team will take a half each.
  • Host club to pay the Referee

Host Club Responsibilities

  • Car Parking / Traffic Management
 Pitches available with No obstructions
  • Facilities Available (toilets, shop, etc)
  • Bins (please have plenty of bins available to avoid littering)
  • Home club to pay the referee €40 per game if required
  • Pitch layout according to guidelines outlined by Wexford C&G
Match Ball (Smart sliotar) (size 4 gaelic Football
  • Respect the referee
  • Only positive comments and encouragement to players to support

Visiting Club Responsibilities

  • Appropriate team numbers
  • Arrive with kit on and teams picked in advance where possible
  • Arrive on time
  • Respect the referee
  • Only positive comments and encouragement to players to support
  • Development #Positive Sidelines

County Board:

  • A list of Referees will be distributed to all clubs in advance of starting.
  • Fixtures will be provided to clubs in advance
  • Rules will be provided to clubs in advance as recommended Go Games rules

Rules

  • Maximum 11 a-side, min 7 a-side
  • 90m x 40-5Om , make pitch smaller if required (the pitch length should be the width of an adult pitch and from the 14 to 65 lines in its width. The would allow two games to be played on an adult pitch at the same time.
  • Minimum 10mins to max 20 minutes per half
  • Goalposts: min 8ft to max 15ft x 7ft , training poles are optional
  • Game Commence : with throw-in halfway mark between two players on opposing teams
  • Full rules except : Restricted (Football   one hop and one solo allowed) Hurling solo run up to 10m permitted
  • Frees /sideline to be taken by the player fouled
  • Fist /hand pass allowed
  • Frees -Football all taken from the hand all opposing players should be a least 10m from player taking free kicks should be no closer than 20m line from opposing end line (common sense should prevail)
  • Catch, lift into the hand and strike or ground strike at all times
  • Strike from the hand or lift and strike frees
  • Sideline puck taken off the ground
  • Smart touch Sliotar ;   Size 4 Football

U11 Football Single Teams

Group 1 Football Group 2 Football Group 3 Football Group 4 Football Group 5 Football
Adamstown Geraldine O’Hanrahans Sarsfields Cloughbawn Craanford Fr.O’Regans
Bannow Ballymitty Gusserane St Josephs HWH Bunclody St Patricks
Moguegeens Horeswood OLI/St Fintans Ferns St Aidans Castletown
St James Taghmon/Camross Kilmore Davidstown Courtnacuddy Askamore
St Mary’s Rosslare St. John’s Volunteers Shamrocks Duffry Rovers Ballygarrett Realt na Mara
St. Anne’s Rathangan St Mary’s Maudlintown Glynn/Barntown White Clonee Marshalstown Castledockrell gaa
      Crossabeg/Ballymurn  
         

U11 Football 2 Teams

Group 6 Football Group 7 Football Group 8 Football Group 9 Football
Rathgarogue-Cushinstown Yellow Rathgarogue-Cushinstown Green Oulart The Ballagh Black Oulart The Ballagh Red
St, Martins Maroon St. Martins White Oylegate Glenbrien Blue Oylegate Glenbrien White
Shelmaliers GAA Black Shelmaliers GAA Amber Rapparees Starlights Red Rapparees Starlights Yellow
Glynn Barntown Green Glynn Barntown Blue Ballyhogue Blue Ballyhogue White
Blackwater Green Blackwater Yellow Buffers Alley Green Buffers Alley Yellow
Monageer Boolavogue Red Monageer Boolavogue White Naomh Eanna Green Naomh Eanna White
    Ballinstragh Gaels Red Ballinstragh Gaels White
       

U11 Hurling Single Teams

Group 1 Hurling Group 2 Hurling Group 3 Hurling Group 4 Hurling
Bannow Ballymitty St. Anne’s Rathangan Duffry Rovers Liam Mellows
Geraldine O’Hanrahans Glynn/Barntown White Ballyhogue Clonee
Gusserane Taghmon/Camross Marshalstown Castledockrell gaa Ballygarrett Realt na Mara
Horeswood St Mary’s Rosslare Davidstown Courtnacuddy Askamore
Moguegeens OLI/St Fintans Shamrocks HWH Bunclody
St James Kilmore Clougbawn Ferns St Aidans
Adamstown Na Fianna Clonard Rathnure Craanford
    Crossabeg/Ballymurn St Patricks

U11 Hurling 2 Teams

Group 5 Hurling Group 6 Hurling Group 7 Hurling Group 8 Hurling
Rathgarogue-Cushinstown Yellow Rathgarogue-Cushinstown Green Blackwater Green Blackwater Yellow
St, Martins Maroon St. Martins White Oulart The Ballagh Black Oulart The Ballagh Red
Oylegate Glenbrien Blue Oylegate Glenbrien White Shelmaliers GAA Black Shelmaliers GAA Amber
Glynn Barntown Green Glynn Barntown Blue Naomh Eanna Green Naomh Eanna White
Faythe Harriers Purple Faythe Harriers Gold Buffers Alley Green Buffers Alley Yellow
Rapparees Starlights Red Rapparees Starlights Yellow Ballinstragh Gaels Red Ballinstragh Gaels White
    Monageer Boolavogue Red Monageer Boolavogue White
       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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