Want to take part in a fun active event for all the family and all abilities? If so register now for the dlr Community 5K, taking place at 2pm on Saturday 8th October 2022. This inclusive event returns for its 13th year in full force with over a thousand participants expected to be running, walking, jogging or rolling the 5km scenic route around Kilbogget Park.
Taking place during Dun Laoghaire Rathdowns ‘Festival of Inclusion’, this annual 5km event prides itself on being fully inclusive, suitable for all ages, abilities and fitness levels. With a DJ on hand to add to the joyful atmosphere, each participant will be chip-timed as well as receiving an event t-shirt and uniquely designed medal on crossing the finish line.
Click here to register https://dlrcommunity5k2022.eventbrite.ie
National Her Outdoors Week takes place from the 8th - 14th August 2022. Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership have created an exciting schedule of activities to encourage girls and women of all ages to escape to the outdoors and try something new and fun for FREE.
Her Outdoors Week 2022 aims to make visible and remind us of what a wonderful selection of outdoor activities that are available to us across the County.
Sport Ireland has launched an online survey to give the public an opportunity to shape the next five-year strategic plan for the organisation.
In March, Sport Ireland’s Strategy Development Working Group, under the leadership of CEO, Dr Una May, began consulting with key stakeholders and partners, both internally and externally, to determine the broad focus areas, challenges and opportunities in the organisation.
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership are delighted to announce that they will be delivering another bespoke DLR Women in Sport Leadership Course to clubs in the County in September 2022. This is the second time this highly rated, award winning, national course is being rolled out here.
This leadership programme has already proved to be hugely successful elsewhere with over 230 female participants spanning over 52 sporting bodies creating a strong network of female leaders. Participants have included club members, athletes, coaches, volunteers, board members and support personnel from a variety of backgrounds and all ages within clubs and National Governing Bodies. Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership are delighted to be in a position to offer this course to 18 female volunteers involved in various roles at club level.
DLR Sports Partnership would like to invite all sports clubs in the county to our Sports Forum meeting on Thursday 30th June in The Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan. The key topic of discussion will be Concussion Awareness in Sport with guest speaker Shane Mooney from the IRFU.
We will also be updating clubs on:
This meeting is an important opportunity to network and help increase communications among local clubs and assist in maximising resources. Registration is free but must be booked in advance through the following link https://dlrsportsforumjune2022.eventbrite.ie