GAA's National Games Development Centre was officially opened
The GAA's National Games Development Centre was officially opened at the National Sports Campus on Saturday April 2nd 2016.
The recently completed project includes a total of five playing pitches - four of them full size and all of them floodlit - a 3G pitch, a hurling wall and a pavilion which houses 10 dressing-rooms, a reception area and gymnasium, and associated facilities for physiotherapy, referees, meeting rooms and dining facilities. A covered seated spectator area adjoining the pavilion can cater for 400 people. The Centre will seek to increase participation and to improve the performance of individuals (players, coaches, administrators, personnel etc.) within the GAA for the benefit of both the Association and the individuals.
In attendance, where GAA President, Aogán Ó Fearghail, GAA, Director General Padraic Duffy, Sport Ireland CEO, John Tracey, Sport Ireland Chairman, Kieran Mulvey, National Sports Campus Director, David Conway, Sean Benton, Sport Ireland Board,
Tánaiste, Joan Burton TD, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar TD and Cllr. Eoghan O'Brien, Fingal County Council Deputy Mayor