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Stewartstown Harps Receive Club Maith Gold Award

Friday 08.05.2020
Team Talk Mag
Club Life

Stewartstown Harps have achieved an Ulster GAA Club Maith Gold Award.

The Harps are the only Tyrone club among the latest induction of Ulster clubs to receive the Gold Award, and they join Killyman and Greencastle who also earned the accolade in 2018.

Club Maith is a club accreditation scheme which is unique to the GAA, which allows clubs to be benchmarked against best practice standards across the full range of GAA Club activity.

A Club Maith award makes a clear, proven statement about the quality of a club right across five core areas of GAA club business: Governance; Duty of Care; Community Enhancement; Culture and Heritage; and Coaching and Games Development.

Harps Club Chairman Martin Campbell commented: “To receive this Gold Award is a fantastic achievement, and highlights the outstanding work carried out by our club in all areas. We are now one of only 11 clubs across all of Ulster to hold this distinction.”

The Harps’ accreditation process was spearheaded by Club Development Officer Paddy Park, who commented: “We are delighted that we have been recognised as a Gold Level standard club. This is the outcome of a great team effort at committee level for a number of years. It shows what can be achieved if we all work together.

“As part of our submission for the award we set out a new Action Plan up to the year 2024, and our aim now is to enthusiastically deliver on those promises and keep developing our club.”




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