Sporting Workforce Gets Connected as Sport NI Hosts 2018 Engagement Event

Interaction and collaboration were the key themes as Sport NI hosted its annual Club and Workforce Engagement event this week. Connected ’18 was billed as Sport NI’s first ‘un-conference’ with a focus on interactive discussions over traditional conference speeches. The event took place at the Hilton Templepatrick during 2018 European Week of Sport, and brought…Continue reading this article →

Apex are getting Every Body Active!

Through Sport NI’s Every Body Active 2020 programme, Derry and Strabane District Council have teamed up with Apex Housing Association to deliver free activity sessions for residents in Apex’s housing schemes. This partnership was established as part of the community planning process in Derry and Strabane, with Sport NI facilitating the initial contact between Apex…Continue reading this article →

Community Plan Update

Community Planning The Community Planning process is now well underway in each of the councils across Northern Ireland. Led by the District Council, this process involves a variety of statutory bodies and community groups joining together to deliver on a long term vision for community life and to improve services across Northern Ireland. Whilst each…Continue reading this article →

World Cup star Shirley McCay endorses new concussion website

World Cup silver medallist Shirley McCay has endorsed Sport Northern Ireland’s new website to combat concussion. McCay was among a number of local sporting stars present for the launch of at the Titanic Building which is also available to download as an app and urges the sporting community to ‘Know the Score’ when it…Continue reading this article →

NI Sports Community Urged to ‘Know the Score’ as New Concussion Website is Launched

Local sporting heroes have come together today (Wednesday 19th September) to launch a new online concussion resource for Northern Ireland. The website is aimed at guiding users through the recognition and management of concussion, through to the gradual and safe return to work, study and sport. It was launched at the Titanic Building Belfast…Continue reading this article →

MacSorley wants more Gold

James MacSorley arrived to hero’s homecoming at the George Best Belfast City Airport after becoming the first athlete from Northern Ireland to win a gold medal at the World Wheelchair Basketball Champions. The Belfast man was part of the Great Britain team that won the tournament for the very first time as the beat the…Continue reading this article →