GMIT Prospectus 2022/23

Recent Sporting Achievements • Division 2 Fresher Hurling League Champions • Division 2 Senior Hurling League Champions • Cheerleading National Champions • Division 2 Senior Men's Rugby League Champions • Division 4 Senior Camogie League Champions

At the start of every semester, students can sign-up for an eight-week course in non- competitive activities such as strength and conditioning, circuit training, kickboxing and yoga. And if playing pool is your game, then you’ll be happy to know that there are competitions offering great prizes run each semester. To check out some of the amazing clubs and societies on offer for GMIT Falcons, visit our new platform for student activity on: GMIT Sport places great emphasis on the development of inter-college competition. In order to manage the busy training and match playing schedules of these teams the college has appointed Development Of fi cers to take care of the administration and logistics on behalf of the club members. For further information on Clubs at GMIT, please contact Clubs Development Of fi cer Molly Dunne at +353 87 7703314 or Email: For information on clubs at the Mayo Campus contact the Sports Of fi cer, Nigel Jennings at +353 87 2496348 or Email: GAA Development GMIT has a full-time GAA Development Of fi cer. He deals with the administration and development of Gaelic Games. Gaelic Games has the largest club membership within the college. The men’s senior football team competes in the Sigerson Cup, while the hurling team competes in the Fitzgibbon Cup. Camogie, ladies’ football and handball are also provided for. For further information on Gaelic Games, please contact Damian Curley at +353 91 742062 or Email: • GMIT Boxing Club won six National Titles at the Boxing Intervarsity • Silver Medal in the Women's Middle JYU event at the National Judo Championships • National Championship medals in Handball • Silver at US Collegiate Handball Championships in Texas

MAYO CAMPUS On campus facilities • Indoor climbing wall • Soccer pitch • Running track

We have many developed links in the community to give our students access to facilities such as playing pitches and indoor courts for all team sports, all within easy reach of the campus and residences. The newly opened Leisure Complex at Lough Lannagh, with its eight-lane pool and state of the art facilities, is only fi ve minutes walk from college and is situated beside the Castlebar Tennis club, with its array of indoor courts in its domed facilty, and Castlebar Boxing Club. These facilities are all based on the shores of Lough Lannagh which through our link with Castlebar Urban Adventure Hub allows access to Kayaking, Dragon Boating, Stand up Paddling and Orienteering among other activities. The Mayo Campus is recognised as one of the leading institutes in the country for Outdoor Adventure activities, (The Surf club have just completed a three in a row of National titles), and the geographical location allows access to the best beaches, rivers and mountains. Clubs, Sports and Activities If you are interested in competing at inter-college level, there is a team for almost every sport at GMIT. We provide archery, basketball, cycling, Gaelic games, karate, kayaking, rugby, soccer, volleyball and windsur fi ng, to name but a few. If you are interested in being active, but entering competitions doesn’t appeal to you, you are provided for. Simply have fun by participating in any of our non-competitive clubs such as badminton, diving, equestrian, indoor soccer and table-tennis.


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