Alan Bailey the organiser for the CBS Snooker programme and after School projects, invited Dan Carroll to give coaching lessons to the students of the CBS. Dan is delighted to be involved and will provide coaching to the students and concentrate on their technique and the Psychology of the game. So far everyone taking part are very happy with the standard of coaching given and all are very eager to learn and progress in the sport.
Kate the Principle is very happy to give time towards the coaching and after School projects to help enable the students to progress. This support is so important and much Cyber Monday Shop select Canada Goose Fashion appreciated by Stars Academy Ireland and Dan Carroll in the coaching area.
Its great to see the young ladies taking up the sport and with all our School and College members in support of this, there is no doubt that the ladies game will be very Canada Goose Cyber Monday sales much enhanced in the years to come and provide a secure future for the ladies snooker for many years. Emirjeta Doda one of the lady students is currently playing in the RIBSA ladies events and this is giving her great confidence and her game is improving all the time. canada goose outlet toronto factory Her sister Englentina is now playing snooker in the School and another young lady Robyn Boyd has taking up the sport, this is very positive news and we wish them every success and most of all enjoyment in playing the sport.
Karl Mulhall, one of the teachers, is himself a very good player and is giving much of his time towards the sport and the students within the School. Karl along with Alan are inspirational with their positive mindset towards snooker and their interest and support that they give on a daily basis in the School to all the students. This School has over the years provided the students attending a very positive and constructive environment for all to learn and its a credit to them all for the success that they have achieved over this time.
Ken Doherty was once a student at the School and has donated a table after his World Championship win in 1997. Ken has visited the School a number of times since and recently with the Lucky Break programme that has been shown on Setanta Sports, this is well deserved for the effort that all these teachers have made and continue to make every day. Ken is very much in support of the School & College Initiative and will be attending Schools during the year.
The School has a good number of male players and these young lads are improving all the time. The School has taken part in most of the Stars Academy events over the past 5 years and each time they take away a prize or two. They are set to give their best during the upcoming National School & College Championships in March next.
I wish them all the very best for the season ahead and thanks to Alan, Karl, Kate, Eddie and Vanessa for their help and support and thanks to all the other teachers and staff of the CBS, their input is much appreciated.