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Allianz Cumann na mBunscol

in association with

Cornmarket Financial Services Ltd. 

Cumann na mBunscol

Cornmarket Annual Awards 

 

Now is the time to promote and showcase the great work your school and/or coiste are doing to promote Gaelic Games.

Great prizes to be won!!! 

 


Pat Trainor Hall of Fame Award


Category 1:

Pat Trainor Hall of Fame Award: This award was instigated to remember a friend and colleague Pat Trainor. The object of the award is to honour a fellow teacher who has given years of service to Gaelic Games promotion. The winning nominee will receive two All-Ireland tickets for year 2017. Teachers are to be nominated through county and provincial units.


Public Relations


Category 2 - Public Relations: 1st Prize €700 2nd Prize €600 3rd Prize €500

Coistí are asked to submit their PR work for the current year in this category. The folder could contain newspaper articles, magazine articles, fixtures booklet, annual publications promoting activities of Allianz CumannnamBunscol.  Websites could also be included but cannot replace newspaper articles. Regarding presentation all entries should consist of a book (scrapbook, presentation folder, ring binder etc.) in which reports, photographs etc. are pasted into the pages. Loose clippings are not acceptable.


CountyPublication


Category 3- County1st Prize €700 2nd Prize €600 3rd Prize €500

Publication:

Simply submit your Annual Publication for inclusion in this award.


Promotion of Gaelic Games and Culture – County & Provincial Committees


Category 41st Prize €700 2nd Prize €600 3rd Prize €500

County and Provincial committees are asked to show their innovative work in promoting Gaelic games and culture. This can target a single area or a number of areas involving promotion of Gaelic Games and Culture including Football, Hurling, Camogie, Handball, Rounders, Respect Initiative, Go Games, 1916 project, Table Quiz etc.Submission will consist of:

§         Document outlining promotion work (1 – 2 A4 Pages - 500 words approximately)

§         Photographic evidence

 


Promotion of Gaelic Games and Culture – Schools


Category 5: 1st Prize €700 2nd Prize €600 3rd Prize €500

Schools are asked to show their work in promoting Gaelic Games and Culture. This can target a single area or a number of areas – including football, hurling, camogie, handball, rounders, Respect Initiative, Go Games, Table Quizzes, Club School Links, Coaching Initiatives.

§         Document outlining promotion work (1 – 2 A4 Pages - 500 words approximately)

§         Photographic evidence

 

 

 

 

 

School of the Year

The first place school in Category 6 & 7 will be presented with awards in Croke Park

April 2017


School of the Year


Schools that promote Gaelic games in their schools are asked to submit entries to this section. Your work should show how you promote and participate in Gaelic games in your school. The work can be presented through articles /photographs and children’s work. 

Each school that submits a project to this Category will receive a Certificate of participation.

There are 2 Categories as follows:

Category 6- School of the Year:

Schools with a roll of 150 pupils or less

Category 7 - School of the Year:

Schools with 151 or more pupils.

Category 6 & 7- First Placed Schools

·         Will be invited to Croke Park for a day where their award will be presented.

·         Stadium and Museum Tour for 30 pupils per school

·         €500 to each school towards bus transport

·         Lunch for 30 pupils and 3 staff

 

 

Closing Date for all Entries: Wednesday 11th January 2017

 

Please post entries to your Provincial Delegate

 

Connacht: Bernadette Ryan, Holy Family NS, Tubbercurry, Sligo

 

Ulster: Gary Farrell, 75 Annvale Road, Keady Co Armagh

 

Munster: Joe Lyons, Ballybrown NS, Clarina, Co Limerick

 

Leinster: Jim Fennelly Churchhill NS, CuffesGrange, Kilkenny

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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