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Wednesday, 20th March 2013

Go Games Referee Course

A Go Games Referee Course will take place this coming Saturday. The course takes place in Lawlor's Hotel 10am-1pm. There is not cost to attend the course however anyone interested must register before with any of the GDA's. You must be aged 14 and over to attend this course. Those who complete the course will get the opportunity to referee in Club and C&GD Go Games U8 & U10 blitzes during the year

Youth Development Programme 2013

Waterford C&GD will be running a Youth Development Programme in 2013. This will consist of a 3 day programme over Easter and a 3 day programme in July. Each programme will run in 4 venues across the county and they are open to those born in 1998 & 1999 only. There will be guest Intercounty Coaches, Skills Development, Competitions over the 3

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Wednesday, 20th March 2013

Our medal presentation was a great success and took place last Saturday evening at 7.30pm in our new function Room at Ballygunner GAA.

The function was attended by over 100 people, players, families and friends including County Board Chairman Tom Cunningham who graciously called off all his other arrangements to be there.

Our room looked beautiful, decked with black and red bunting and red carpet, and looked better than any hotel could offer.

A very nice DVD was put together with team pictures and action photos playing on our new screen with background music setting the tone. Top quality buffet finger food was served with tea, coffee and soft drinks and crisps for the kids .

Great credit and thanks goes to the organising committee of Gail O'Sullivan, Eddie Flynn, Nicky Walsh and JJ Haran, Billy O'Sullivan and all who helped.

The real heroes on

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    Cultural AttitudesThe recent survey by Price Waterhouse Cooper into cultural attitude that exist in the police force made for some interesting reading. One of the main findings in the report was that respondents felt that it was best to keep your head down and if you did think that something was wrong that it was better for yourself if you kept quiet about it.Another finding was that a significant amount of Gardai felt that it was who you knew and not what you knew that determined how far you advan …

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