Thirteen steps to being a winning parent – part four

By Alan Goldberg | August 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Here is the final blog in my four-part series on how to be a winning and supportive parent. I hope this and the other blogs will assist you in helping your child to get the most out of their chosen sport. This content is from competitivedge.com and you can read more of my mental toughness…

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30 minute halves? What IFAB’s proposals could mean for grassroots football

By Dan Pope | June 20, 2017

Thirty-minute halves, dribbling from free kicks and penalty goals for handball could all be coming soon to a grassroots football pitch near you. The radical changes are amongst a series of new proposals by the International Football Association Board (IFAB), who govern the Laws of the Game, in a bid to increase fair play and respect…

Six proven ways to bowl faster

By PitchVision | June 16, 2017

By David Hinchcliffe, Director of Coaching, PitchVision Academy Speed. We all feel the need. Whatever your pace now, more is better. Speed creates new problems for the batsman. It’s your job to create problems for that guy. The problem is that everyone has different needs, and not all fast bowling tips work for all fast…

Club Website Spotlight: CWM Social FC

By Stewart Coggin | June 15, 2017

This week we visit CWM Social Football Club to find out how our Club Website platform has benefited them. Club Website enables you to easily build and customise your website and comes with multiple features including fixtures and results, squad statistics and match reports, multimedia features and much more. CWM Social’s Wayne Jermin spoke to us about…

Welsh rugby and football join forces to get more kids playing sport

By Dan Pope | June 14, 2017

As Welsh sports fans enjoy a busy summer, the governing bodies of the country’s two biggest sports have joined forces in a bid to inspire more kids to get active. With Gareth Bale lifting the Champions League trophy for Real Madrid in his home city of Cardiff and a number of Welshmen featuring prominently in…

Have a Field Day with your team on Saturday 8th July!

By Kris Barnes | June 13, 2017

Have a Field Day is the day for celebrating the UK’s amazing parks and green spaces, organised by park charity Fields in Trust. On Saturday 8th July, they are calling on all park-users, from sports teams to gardening societies, to come together and demonstrate why they love their local park. Parks, playing fields and sports…

Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps – Don’t Miss Out!

By Kris Barnes | June 9, 2017

More than 127,000 children took part in Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps last year, a huge increase of 25% on the previous year. The Kellogg’s GAA Cúl camps will start in July up and down the country so if you haven’t registered your child already you can do so HERE All participants will receive GAA zipped…

Welsh volunteers wanted as FAW launches new grassroots football hub

By Dan Pope | June 8, 2017

The Football Association of Wales has launched a brand new hub that seeks to link willing volunteers with grassroots football clubs and associations. After 1,200 volunteers helped to create a memorable Champions League final in Cardiff on Saturday, the FAW’s focus has turned to harnessing more volunteer support for the grassroots game. Launched as part of…

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Sports coaches: three signs you need to change things up

By Stewart Coggin | June 7, 2017

Coaching a sports team can be a highly rewarding pastime but also a challenging one. Here are three signs that you are stagnating as a coach and what you can do about them. 1. You no longer feel excited  It may be poor results, or simply a frustration with the old routine, but you feel…

Proof batting first is a bad idea

By PitchVision | June 2, 2017

By David Hinchcliffe, Director of Coaching, PitchVision Academy Do you know batting first is not good for your cricket? Tradition says batting first gives you control. It’s the attacking way and it’s how cricket ‘should be played’. At least that’s what the senior pros at my club and TV commentators say. But, according to Economics…

Teamer Spotlight: Woburn Golf Club

By Stewart Coggin | June 1, 2017

Golf takes centre stage in this week’s Team Spotlight as we visit Woburn Golf Club in Milton Keynes, UK. Stuart Copeland is a prominent player at the club and explains how he has used Teamer to his benefit for several years to organise his group. When did you first sign up for Teamer? I joined Teamer…

Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps 2017 is back!

By Kris Barnes | May 31, 2017

Ahh….the smell of freshly cut grass, the tinkle of the ice-cream van and the sounds of kids playing outside until just before bedtime can mean only one thing!  It’s that time of year Teamer members – The Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps are back!! 2016 was a massive year for Ireland’s most popular summer camps. More…

Sin bin trial gets grassroots thumbs up

By Dan Pope | May 25, 2017

The majority of the grassroots football community have backed the introduction of sin bins in amateur football next season, a new Club Website poll has revealed. Dozens of leagues across England have signed up to the new Football Association trial, which will see players found guilty of dissent sent to the sin bin for 10…