Sports Scholarships and Programmes Guidance Counsellors Information Day



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Sports Scholarships and Programmes

Guidance Counsellors Information Day

5th Sept 2017

Sports Clubs at Maynooth University

  • Paul Davis, MU Sports Officer
  • Daragh Moran, Clubs and Societies Officer

Scholarship Sports

  • Barry Prenderville, Soccer
  • Barry Fennelly, Golf
  • Jenny Duffy, GAA
  • Tom McKeown, Rugby

Indoor Clubs

Team

Basketball

Olympic Handball

Volleyball

Individual

Badminton

Chess

Dance

Darts

Juggling

Snooker & Pool

Strength & Conditioning

Trampoline

Yoga

Indoor Club (continued)

  • Martial Arts
  • Aikido
  • American Kenpo Karate
  • Archery
  • Boxing
  • Fencing
  • Judo
  • Kickboxing
  • Self Defence
  • Taekwondo
  • Wrestling

Outdoor Sports

Outdoor Team

  • American Football
  • Australian Rules Football
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • GAA Camogie
  • GAA Ladies Football
  • GAA Hurling
  • GAA Men’s Football
  • Hockey
  • Rugby

Outdoor Individual / Off Campus

  • Canoe and Kayak
  • Equestrian
  • Golf
  • Rovers
  • Rowing

Welcome

Barry Prenderville, MU Soccer

Coaching Staff

Ladies Coaching Staff

  • Development Officer – Barry Prenderville
  • Senior Squad Coach – James Callaghan
  • Senior Squad Assistant – Gavin Kinsella
  • B Squad Coach – Magaret Doyle
  • B Squad - Carol Hannah
  • Physiotherapist – Laura Ward (Performance Clinic)
  • GK Coach – David Bourke

Coaching Staff

  • Men’s Coaching Staff
  • Men’s Senior Coach – Garrett Dodril
  • Men’s Senior Assistant – Martin Doyle
  • Men’s B Squad Coach – Gavin Peers
  • Men’s Senior GK Coach – David Bourke
  • Men’s C Squad Coach – Ciaran Quinn
  • Men’s D Squad/Fresher Coach – Paul O Brien
  • Physiotherapy – Mark Kenneally (Performance Clinic)

Fixture Schedule

Ladies Third Level Competition

Colleges & Universities Football league (WSCAI)

  • October - March
  • 3 Divisions (Regional)
  • MUFC – Premier , Div 1, Div 2
  • Premier Division
  • Maynooth University

    UCD

    UCC

    IT Carlow

    Sligo IT

    NUIG

    Intervarsity Finals

  • Cup competition
  • February – QF & Semi, Finals - March
  • Tournament over 2/3 days
  • Maynooth University – Recent record

Men’s Third Level Competition

Colleges & Universities Football league

  • October - March
  • 4 Divisions (Regional)
  • Maynooth University – Premier , Div 1, Div 2 & Div 3
  • Premier Division
  • Premier North Premier South

    Maynooth University Carlow IT

    UCD Waterford IT

    DIT University Limerick

    Trinity Athlone IT

    DCU UCC

    DKIT Cork IT

    Collingwood , Harding & Crowley Cups

  • Cup competitions
  • February - QF , Semi finals & finals February
  • Tournament over 2/3 days

In Semester

MU Soccer Scholarship Schedule In Semester


Monday

Pitch session

8am start

Tuesday

CUFL league Match/light session with LOI/WNL

Kick off 2PM

Meet at the Phoenix for pre match at 11am



Wednesday

CUFL league Match / Recovery day

Kick off 2PM

Meet at the Phoenix for pre match at 11am



Thursday

Pitch session/Recovery day

Friday

Day off

Saturday

LOI/WNL Match /Pitch Session

Sunday

Recovery day

Supports

  • CAO 60 point concession/ only if you reach 300 CAO points
  • Mentored by current & former professional
  • All coaches minimum Uefa B standard
  • Access to third level highest standard competition
  • Access to top quality facilities/future
  • Academic Advise – Rose O Donavan
  • Strength & Conditioning -Mark Kenneally & Performance Clinic
  • Physiotherapy (Mark Kenneally)
  • Training Pack
  • Workshops
  • Nutrition
  • Time Management
  • Rest & Recovery
  • Sports Psychology
  • Funding – Two Instalments- December & April

Responsibilities

  • Education- Maintaining high standards
  • Playing – Maintaining high standards
  • Injuries- Staff must be notified ASAP
  • Three strike system (Scholarship Agreement)
  • -Late for training or matches

    -Not wearing club kit

    -Respect for facilities, players & staff

  • Accommodation (On campus scholars)

Notable Undergraduates

Notable Undergraduates

Notable Graduates

Notable Graduates

Men Senior Squad



Ladies Senior Squad

Scholarship Application

  • Apply to Maynooth University through the CAO in the usual way . (February 1st 2018)
  • Apply for a soccer scholarship separately by April 1st 2018 (Email me for link)
  • Fill in applications online through the MU website
  • Applications are assessed
  • Invited for Interview & assessment trial day in April
  • Barry Prenderville

    0867954367

    barry.prendervill@mu.ie

Soccer for Fun

FAI Coaching Course

Questions?

Barry Prenderville

0867954367

barry.prenderville@mu.ie

Golf Scholarship Privilages Facilities

  • Access to World Class Facilities on the University’s doorstep;
  • -GUI National Academy and Carton House Golf Club 
  • -Trackman Technology and Titleist National Fitting Centre
  • -Two championships golf course at Carton House Golf Club
  • -The Royal Dublin Golf Club Championship links course
  • -Priority on-campus accommodation

Coaching

Access to High performance golf support services;

  • -Golf coaching & technical development
  • -Performance analysis through a statistical software programme
  • -Strength & conditioning,
  • -Sports psychology workshops and consultations
  • -Performance nutrition workshops and consultations
  • - Essential clothing and equipment

Financial Support

  • Access to R&A Foundation Individual Scholarship Scheme
  • Funding to subsidise on-campus accommodation (*depending on category of scholarship award)
  • Funding to subside competition entry, travel and other sports related costs

Tournaments

World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR) collegiate tournament schedule:

  • Golfing Union of Ireland & Irish Ladies Golf Union - Irish Student Series Championships
  • British Universities & Colleges Sports (BUCS) Golf - (WAGR) Invitational events
  • International Collegiate events - Patriot All America, Arizona, USA among others
  • European Sport Association (EUSA) - European University Golf Championships
  • International University Sports Federation (FISU)- World University Games & Golf Championship

MU Golf Team Achievements Summary

  • Team:
  • European University Golf Championship
  • Silver - Men’s & Womens 2015
  • Bronze - Mens & Womens 2013
  • Bronze - Mens 2011
  • Gold – Mens 2009
  •  
  • All Ireland Cup’s & Shields
  • Senior Cup - All – Ireland Winners 2015
  • Barton Shield - All Ireland Winners 2012
  •  
  • Irish Intervarsity Championships
  • Irish Colleges Invitational - Winners 16
  • Matchplay - Winners 08’,10,’11’
  • MatchPlay - Runner-up 15’,14’,13’

Further Information

Barry Fennelly

Golf Manager

Paddy Harrington Golf Scholarship

Maynooth University Sports Office

T: 0861675056

E: barry.fennelly@mu.ie

MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY GAA CLUB

MUGAA

HOME FROM HOME

https://www.youtube.com/embed/VMrkRqROu_Q

MU GAA CLUB TEAMS

Mens Football Club

Hurling Club

  • Senior Football
  • Intermediate Football
  • Junior Football
  • Fresher 1
  • Fresher 2
  • Senior Hurling
  • Intermediate Hurling
  • Fresher Hurling 1
  • Fresher Hurling 2

MU GAA CLUB TEAMS

Ladies Football Club

MU GAA Gear

  • Senior 1 Football
  • Senior 2 football
  • Fresher 1 & 2
  • Camogie Club

  • Senior Camogie
  • Intermediate
  • Fresher
  • Total Membership

    500+ playing membership

MU GAA CLUB

Scholarship Programme Eligibility

2016-2017 GAA Scholars

  • Represent county at minor grade upwards
  • Attain a minimum of 300 cao points
  • Application process

    Step 1: Online application

    Step 2: Interview

    Step 3: References -NB

Six Elite teams

  • Mens Football = 24
  • Hurling = 16
  • Ladies Football = 11
  • Camogie = 11
  • Post Grad Scholars=5
  • Total = 67

MU GAA CLUB

Scholarship Programme

Scholarship Player Requirements

  • Functional Screening
  • Player Development Tracking
  • High Performance Seminars
  • Fitness Testing Analysis
  • Performance goal setting
  • Nutrition Cookery workshop
  • Various performance workshops
  • Video Analysis
  • 60 points concession
  • Financial Support
  • Under Grad & Post Grad
  • 90% training attendance
  • Complete twice yearly fitness testing
  • Represent inter county team
  • Raise standard and intensity of training sessions
  • Encouraging & Respectful
  • Performance goal setting
  • Commit to MU team
  • Active involvement in GAA club
  • Schools & Open Day representation

THE PRIDE, THE PASSION, THE BLUE

Competition Programme Objectives

  • Premier 1 of Under 20 rugby – All-Ireland qualification.
  • Division 1 All Ireland League.

Rugby Programme Objectives

  • Improve each and every Player
  • Strengthen the ‘Club – University’ link – increase and maintain numbers at ALL levels
  • Ensure a strong team environment whereby players enjoy training, playing and socialising
  • Improve coaching progressively
  • Maintain a strong relationship with Leinster Rugby and the IRFU
  • Provide representative players – Provincial / Ireland. This will improve reputation of the MU Barnhall programme and calibre of future applicants.

Representative Rugby

MU Barnhall’s Darren Hudson (first year) Captained Ireland vs England in Oxford

April 2017.

Ireland 36 – 36 England

More Information Tom McKeown MU Barnhall Rugby Officer Thomas.mckeown@mu.ie




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