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Regularly updated profiles of the 412 Special Olympics clubs throughout Ireland
By SOClubs on 14/01/2013 11:47
    Abbots Cross Special Olympics Club was started in 2005 for adults with Learning Disabilities living in Newtownabbey and Belfast.. 
By SOClubs on 10/12/2012 19:04
    Ballinamere Special Olympics Club is attached to the mainstream primary school in Ballinamere, and provides athletics and swimming training for 16 athletes.. 
By SOClubs on 12/10/2012 15:36
    Down Special Olympics Club has grown into a very busy and enthusiastic club since its launch in 2005.... 
By SOClubs on 26/09/2012 11:55
    Royal Rovers Special Olympics Club was founded in 2009 due to a lack of ladies 5 a side football teams in Co. Meath... 
By SOClubs on 07/09/2012 14:42
     Celbridge Condors Special Olympics Club is one of the newest Special Olympics clubs in Ireland..
By SOClubs on 28/08/2012 19:12
     Roscommon Special Olympics Club began in 2003 after the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Dublin
By SOClubs on 08/08/2012 09:57
     Ards Special Olympics Club provides weekly sports training to 22 athletes in Basketball. 
By SOClubs on 16/07/2012 15:26
     S.O.C.G.A are located in Gorey in north Co. Wexford but we have athletes from south of the county joining us as well...
By SOClubs on 27/06/2012 09:09
    Leixlip Special Olympics Club provides weekly sports training to 26 athletes in basketball and bocce...
By SOClubs on 11/06/2012 11:29
    Salthill Devon Special Olympics FC provides training for 37 athletes each Saturday in 5 a-side football. 
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Abbots Cross Special Olympics Club
Ballinamere Special Olympics Club
Down Special Olympics Club
Royal Rovers Special Olympics Club - Navan
Celbridge Condors Special Olympics Club
Roscommon Special Olympics Club
Ards Special Olympics Club (Wizards)
Leixlip Special Olympics Club
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Author:Created:19/10/2011 18:23RssIcon
Regularly updated profiles of the 412 Special Olympics clubs throughout Ireland
By SOClubs on 14/01/2013 11:47
    Abbots Cross Special Olympics Club was started in 2005 for adults with Learning Disabilities living in Newtownabbey and Belfast.. 
By SOClubs on 10/12/2012 19:04
    Ballinamere Special Olympics Club is attached to the mainstream primary school in Ballinamere, and provides athletics and swimming training for 16 athletes.. 
By SOClubs on 12/10/2012 15:36
    Down Special Olympics Club has grown into a very busy and enthusiastic club since its launch in 2005.... 
By SOClubs on 26/09/2012 11:55
    Royal Rovers Special Olympics Club was founded in 2009 due to a lack of ladies 5 a side football teams in Co. Meath... 
By SOClubs on 07/09/2012 14:42
     Celbridge Condors Special Olympics Club is one of the newest Special Olympics clubs in Ireland..
By SOClubs on 28/08/2012 19:12
     Roscommon Special Olympics Club began in 2003 after the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Dublin
By SOClubs on 08/08/2012 09:57
     Ards Special Olympics Club provides weekly sports training to 22 athletes in Basketball. 
By SOClubs on 16/07/2012 15:26
     S.O.C.G.A are located in Gorey in north Co. Wexford but we have athletes from south of the county joining us as well...
By SOClubs on 27/06/2012 09:09
    Leixlip Special Olympics Club provides weekly sports training to 26 athletes in basketball and bocce...
By SOClubs on 11/06/2012 11:29
    Salthill Devon Special Olympics FC provides training for 37 athletes each Saturday in 5 a-side football. 
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Abbots Cross Special Olympics Club
Ballinamere Special Olympics Club
Down Special Olympics Club
Royal Rovers Special Olympics Club - Navan
Celbridge Condors Special Olympics Club
Roscommon Special Olympics Club
Ards Special Olympics Club (Wizards)
Leixlip Special Olympics Club
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Special Olympics Connaught
The Gateway Building
North West Business Park Collooney
Sligo
T: 071-9118320
F: 071-9133335
E: connaught@specialolympics.ie

Splashin' Penguins Special Olympics Club Celebrate's 20th Anniversary 
  
   
The Splasin' Penguins Special Olympics Club celebrated their 20th anniversary at Lola Montez. The event was marked with the presentation of the Tony Rennick Cup for the Most Improved Swimmer, which was awarded to athlete John Gordon by Cathaoirleach Cllr Seamus Kilgannon. In recognition of the clubs mile stone achievement, presentations were also made to the club by Myra Merrick, the Regional Director for Special Olympics Connaught and Pat O'Malley for her work with the club. In it's two decade history, Splashin' Penguins have gone from strength to strength and have confirmed that four of their athletes have been selected to represent Connaught at the National Games being held in Dublin next year. Among the clubs talented athletes is Strandhill native Joseph Cullen who won a gold medal at the World Summer Games in Athens in 2011 for the 100 Individual Medley. 

  

Annual Affiliation 2017 – 2018 

Annual Affiliation documents have been issued to all clubs and completed documentation is due back in the office no later than September 28th.  The following supporting documents may assist with your clubs Annual Affiliation:

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How to edit your Annual Affiliation Forms (click here)

- 2017/2018 Affiliation Fee Structure (click here)

- Insurance Cover Overview (click here)

If you have any questions about Annual affiliation or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Mary Ann on 0719118323 or
maryann.mcbrien@specialolympics.ie 

 Connaught

Special Olympics Connaught provides year round sports training and competition for over 1,300 adults and children with intellectual disabilities in Galway, Leitrim, Longford, Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo and Westmeath.

Over 30 sports competitions and development days are held annually in 13 Olympic type sports.

There are 73 Special Olympics clubs in the Connaught region.

 The mission of Special Olympics is “to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with an intellectual disability, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendships with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community”.
                                                   

                                

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


    

 

 



 

                                                                              

 

 

 

 Notice Board 

Polar Plunge Sligo
Saturday 9th Dec
Contact Maura for more details
 
Intro to Coaching Practices
Saturday 24th February 2018 
Contact John for more details 

Click here for booking form

 

Created with flickr slideshow.

Splashin' Penguins 20th Anniversary

Pat O'Malley, Cathairrleach Cllr Seamus Kilgannon Joseph Cullen and Philipp Huel


Fergal Quinn, Cathairrleach Cllr Seamus Kilgannon, Philipp Huel and Joan Milmoe