The Academy, which is free of charge and runs from 11am to 12pm every Sunday Morning, introduces young Letterkenny boys and girls to our national games is open to youngsters from every area of Letterkenny. The support of Mr Doherty and Century Cinemas means the club can maintain the highest standards and offer a great environment for all participating children
Qualified and experienced Coaches maintain a quality coaching environment where they promote individual player development and well-being which enables each boy and girl to achieve their full potential. The emphasis is all about participation, fun and skills development achieved by our committed volunteer team of qualified and Garda vetted coaches.
Each young player is encouraged to – “Do your best – to be your best”.
Many of our coaches are former players of St. Eunan’s and other clubs and many players who have played at county level at Underage and Senior. Interested volunteers are always encouraged and welcomed to undertake initial coaching courses to join our team.
Our motto remains: “Ní neart go cur le chéile”.
The expansive and well-tended training grounds at O’Donnell Park provide a welcoming, nurturing and safe sporting environment where our coaching and games programme provides ample opportunity for all our participants to grow not just as players, but also as people.
Players coached at the Century Cinemas Academy progress to play in regular Blitzes organised throughout the summer months where matches are played against other clubs in an enjoyable and fun environment.
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