Hello Everyone. It is my dream to represent the Great Britain ladies deaf football team at the Deaflympic games in Bulgaria this Summer.
Unfortunately the costs are very high and I have to raise lots of funds myself. I am holding a fundraising night in Belfast on Friday 17th May.
There will be a fun quiz with fun and games and it will be good craic. It costs £5 per person to enter.
The Fit 4 U Project is funded by the Public Health Agency and led by the Southern Health and Social Care Trust (Councils – Dungannon & South Tyrone, Armagh City & District, Craigavon, Banbridge and Newry & Mourne) in partnership with other organisations.
It aims to empower people with physical/sensory disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities.
Leinster arrived Belfast and conquered all, bringing home two brand new trophies — at Belfast .
Irish Indoor Bowling Association
IIBA Championship Finals – Saturday 6th April in Richhill Recreation Centre at 1pm
Tomorrow history could be made with 3 deaf bowlers playing in the Triples Final, this is a great achievement for Kinghan BC and South East Belfast Zone. Paul’s last appearance in the finals was in 1991 so a 22 year wait for another chance to win a Irish Finals.
Deaf Sports Ireland is extremely proud of the success of its 2013 Interprovincial championships held in Belfast. This was the 41st annual staging of the men’s football tournament and 12th running of the women’s basketball competition. Leinster emerged as champions in both events but the success of the weekend extends far beyond this.
I hope you all are keeping well and looking forward to a brighter, warmer weather.
I would like to inform you my new role as Health and Sports Adviser for Action on Hearing Loss.
The main role of my job to provide information, advice and support services to deaf and hard of hearing people that will assist them in accessing improved health and wellbeing opportunities through sport and leisure activities
Irish Triples Finalists
Noel Walls, Robin Beattie and Paul Canning defeated the favourites 10-1 in their semi final match.
This was the history making moment when Noel, Robin and Paul defeated last years Irish Triples Champions.
Belfast Team Players
1. Heather Kelly
2. Richard Croft
3. Noel Walls
4. Kevin Blair
Belfast Deaf Bowling only skip names with score against Dublin. There are very good close result and well done to Belfast Teams.
GOOD LUCK BELFAST DEAF BOWLING TEAMS 2013
Belfast Deaf Bowling (BDB) – It is already selecting teams. Who go to Dublin – Please meet park ave hotel on this Saturday 16th February 2013 at 9.00am (please be there before 9.30am). £10 per for fee coach return. Wear Belfast shirts, Black or Grey trousers / skirts, footwear bowling, No balls. Please bring a lunch and drink. BDB committees wish good luck game.