Meet the Coaches

At Experience Gaelic Games we’re passionate about teaching our native games and how they represent our indigenous culture.

Our trainers are experienced coaches who love to share that passion. They’re just as diverse as our games – here’s a brief insight into who they are…!!!


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You can get to know our athletes better before your session.

brianBrian “Gow’ O’Sullivan

From County Kerry, Experienced Hurler with a very friendly attitude. He is so fluent in every language on earth,(At least that what he thinks!)  sometimes he speaks them all at once ! Name memory is not his strong point so be honored if he remembers your name.


Daire Ó Maoleidigh  Being Jonos master, there is a reason they call him THE coach. Most others have expectations but he is just simply succeeding.





Tiernan Ó Dubhlann  Also known as T-dog, he dreams of being a rock star. He is one of the best coaches in his club, while he trains to win the 2017 Wimbledon championship.



jonoJono Tracey

Although he is a professional weight lifter, he is aspiring to be the best goalkeeper in Dublin. He also dreams of being a ladies man.





Shane Barrett

Known as “The green diesel”, He is laid back and quiet, until you see him atthe pub. Give him a Hurl and a Sliotars and you can see why he is the Dublin under 21 captain.





Eoin Mc Hugh

Studying environmental policy, he is an avid badminton player as well as future fencing Olympian.
















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