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SportsAbility Podcast Series 2021

Published: September 20, 2021

Following the success of series one in 2020, Waterford SportsAbility Forum is back with a second series of Podcasts for Waterford SportsAbility Month 2021. Episode 1 will be available for download on Friday 1st October.

In this four part series Pauline Casey (Sports Inclusion Disability Officer – WSP) meets representatives from clubs, organisations and facilities that are local to Waterford and are inclusive for people with a disability. We’ll hear about the opportunities that are available, the importance of physical activity and more importantly the role of the volunteer.

The Podcast Series will offer a wealth of information for any individual or parent who is interested in trying something new, whether it is getting involved in a new activity or becoming a volunteer!

This four part series is starting on Friday 1st of October with a new episode each week.
Details of the Pocdast are as follows . . . 

Friday 1st October
Episode 1: Waterford Facilities – Accessible for All | LISTEN TO EPISODE 1 HERE!
In our opening episode, Pauline sits down with Coach Eamon Cullen of Waterford Warriors, Aaron Grant of WIT Arena, and Rachel Beckett of InvincABLE Fitness Waterford. They discuss their experience of working with people with a disability and making their facilities accessible for all.

Waterford Warriors:
Website:  | Email :   | Tel : 086 085 0287
WIT Arena:
Website: | Email : | Tel : 051 834 444
InvincAble Fitness:
Website: | Email: | Tel: 051 591 647

Friday 8th October
Episode 2: Waterford Disability Clubs – Heart and soul of many communities! LISTEN TO EPISODE 2 HERE!
In Episode Two, we meet Trish Hearne from Little Vikings, Michael Cox from Park Rangers AFC and Brendan O’ Farrell  from DcDynamos. These three Waterford sports clubs cater for children and teenagers with a disability. We hear all about their clubs, who they cater for, how they were set up and what the club means to them.

Friday 15th October
Episode 3: National Governing Bodies (NGBs) – Did you know? LISTEN TO EPISODE 3 HERE!
Did you know these three mainstream NGBs are inclusive? 

We meet Eoin Morrissey from Waterford GAA, Gary Power from the FAI and Liam O’ Donohue from Tennis Ireland. We hear about the variety of programmes they have specifically for people with a disability and the importance of providing these opportunities for both children and adults at a local level.

Friday 22nd October
Episode 4: Disability Sport NGBs – Meet the team!
In the final episode of the Series, Pauline introduces you to three of the main Disability Sport National Governing Bodies, who have been leading the way in providing physical activity opportunities for people with a disability at both local and national level.

Tune in and be inspired!


If you require more information on the Podcast Series please contact Rachel Sinnott on 087 739 6050

Article Modified: October 22, 2021 9:03 am

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