Corduff GAA Handball Club become the first Gold Status recipients of GAA Handball’s Club Iontach Accreditation Scheme
We are delighted to become the first Gold Status recipients of GAA Handball’s Club Iontach Accreditation Scheme along with .
GAA Handball launched this initiative in November and in the seven months since, we have put in a huge effort to complete all criteria, and put structures in place to help our Club thrive!
Club Iontach is GAA Handball’s new quality standards programme for Handball Clubs across Ireland. The programme was devised to help guide clubs to achieve minimum operating standards in core areas, aimed at improving all aspects of club development.
- Enhance Club’s ability to attract new members, as both players and administrators
- Improve the Club’s overall sustainability and effectiveness
- Raises the bar in terms of Club standards across the country, which will in turn lead to better structures, competitions and an overall stronger association for all members
- Receive a “Club Iontach Accredited Club” Display Plaque for your Club at a national event, to showcase the excellent work the Club is doing in promoting GAA Handball
- Club Feature to be published on national website
The Core Areas:
- Club Management
- Communications, Image & PR
- Coaching & Development
Corduff Handball Club would like to thank everyone in the Club who helped to achieve this award.
Photo of Corduff Handball Club Committee at the 2018 GAA Handball All-Star awards. L-R Aidan Marron, George McKitterick, Gareth King, Ciarán Brennan, Colin Carragher, Ben Woods.