Go for Life Games Flyer finalDLR Leisure are introducing fun and social team games for the over 55's  in the local public leisure centres in Dún Laoghaire. The four leisure centres will introduce these target sport games from March with the intention to create a team that can go forward to compete in the National Go For Life Games in DCU in June, where teams country wide come and compete for a day.

Contact your local leisure centre for more info:

  • Monkstown 01 230 1458
  • Ballyogan 01 294 3880
  • Meadowbrook 01 299 5610
  • Loughlinstown 01 282 3344

FlyerThis is a fun and social 4 week walking programme suitable for all fitness levels. Lead by two walking experts, it is heavily subsidised at just €8 for all 4 sessions. The group will meet outside the Grainstore Cafe in Cabinteely Park each Saturday at 10.45am starting on the 23rd March.

If you or someone you know would like more information or to book please email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Sport Ireland LogoSport Ireland today announced an investment of nearly €32 million in National Governing Bodies for Sport, direct athlete support and the Local Sports Partnership Network for 2019.
 
  • Funding represents significant increase on 2018
  • €12.84 million for core activity of 58 National Governing Bodies
  • €7.29 million to support work of 29 Local Sports Partnerships
  • €8.46 million to support High Performance programmes
  • €1.93 million in direct athlete investment

Department of Sport 1024x340The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross T.D. and the Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin T.D., today announced that €40 million is being made available under a new round of the Sports Capital Programme (SCP). The SCP is the Government’s primary vehicle for providing support to sports clubs and communities to develop sports infrastructure around the country. Applications can only be made online from 9am on Friday 7th September until 5pm on Friday 19th October, 2018.

Resized Speak Infographic 2017Welcome to the eleventh annual SPEAK report. This report highlights the significant contribution that the Sport Ireland Local Sports Partnership network is making to advance the goals of increasing participation and overall interest in sport and physical activity by all members of our society.

The importance of this work, particularly among those sectors of society that are underrepresented in sport, cannot be overstated.

The LSP network has a specific focus on disadvantaged communities, marginalised groups, people with a disability and women in sport.

Read the report here...

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