Big congratulations to everyone who competed at the weekend, helping to bring home the shield for a sixth time in a row!! #Sixpeat #SixualHealing
The medalists were:
Novice ladies: 3rd - Rebecca Finlay
Intermediate ladies: 1st - Cecilia Saba
Intervanced Men: 3rd Michael McNamara
Intervanced Ladies: 3rd - Aideen O Dowd (the birthday girl!)
Advanced Men: 3rd - Robin Twist
Elite Men: 2nd - Dwayne McCaffrey
3rd - Dylan Boon (and an elite debut!)
Elite Ladies: 2nd - Marianne Quirke Bolt (she'll always be one of us ❤️)
Teams: 1st - Team A - Cecilia, Dwayne, Colm, Nicole
2nd - Team B - Rebecca Finlay, Paul Clarke, Dylan Boon & Aideen O Dowd
Synchro: 1st Higher Synchro: Jack Davis (UCC) & Colm Galligan
Tumbling: Level 1: 2nd - Robin Twist
Big up to Heather and all the committee for organizing our end, and to UCC for putting it all together. Great work guys!
Congratulations to our lovely new committee who were elected at the AGM last night!
Captain: Colm Galligan
Treasurer: Rebecca Dwyer
Secretary: Michael McNamara
Head Coach: David Glasgow
Assistant Head Coach: Paul Clarke
Comps: Heather O'Connor
PRO: #Emily #Farrell
Ents: Keith Fay
Webmaster: Jason Nertney
We can't wait to see what great work you do next year! Commiserations to the other candidates, there wasn't one of you not suitable for the position but unfortunately not everyone could do it but there's always next year! So congratulations again to the new committee and good luck for the following year!
A big congratulations to everyone who competed at the Dublin Open last weekend! It was a great competition with some great results, and here are UCD's medal winners:
Novice Ladies: Hannah Gibney, 2nd place
Intervanced Men: John Byrne, 1st place
Intervanced Ladies: Fiona Browne, 2nd place
Advanced Men: Dylan Boon, 1st place Robin Twist, 2nd place
Advanced Ladies: Nicole Tianihad, 2nd place
Elite Men: Dwayne McCaffrey, 1st place Jordan Dockery, 3rd place
Elite Ladies: Marianne Quirke Bolt, 2nd place Sarah Shanahan, 3rd place
Lower Synchro: Hannah Gibney & Áine Clerkin, 2nd place
Higher Synchro: Cian Lawlor & Dwayne McCaffrey, 2nd place Cian Lawlor & Colm Galligan, 3rd place
A big well done to Trinity College Dublin Trampoline Club for winning the Dublin Open Shield!
Also a massive thank you to our comps officer Marianne Quirke Bolt for organising the competition, it couldn't have run any smoother! And to Rosie Boland and Fiona Browne for organising the evening's entertainment that was the Bouncy Ball, it was an absolutely fabulous night!
Tuesday 8pm - 10pm
Thursday 5pm - 7pm
Monday 1pm - 3pm
Tuesday 9am - 11pm
Thursday 10am - 12pm
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Trainings take place in UCD's Sport Centre
6th In House Comp
18th - 20th Intervarsities
TBD Christmas Fun Day
Any questions or suggestions,
talk to Michael.
Hello there and welcome to the UCD Trampoline club website!
Before we begin I'd like to addresss a few FAQs:
No, we don't just jump up and down on a trampoline.
Yes, you can join with no experience.
No, no you don't have to wear tight lycra (but it helps)
Yes, this is a real sport. It's been in the Olympics since Sydney 2000.
No, you can't "do a flip" until you've worked up to the skill.
Yes, it's only €15 for a whole years membership!
Since the dawn of time man has looked to the sky , at the birds and the bees and the pterodactyls , with one dream; to fly 🚀. Here in the UCD Trampoline club, we help you fly up... and back down again and back up in a repeated fashion, usually wearing some kind of lycra with white socks on the most beautifully pointed toes, all this fuelled by your own massive muscles! YEEEAAHHH!
Trampolining is a unique sport that combines cardio, co-ordination, core strength, flexibility, balance and stamina and wait for it, you won't believe this one; it's fun . With 6 olympic standard trampolines and experienced coaches available for one on one coaching at every training session, the odds are definitely in your favour.What do you want in a sports club?
- Regular training times like every Tuesday 8-10 and Thursdays 5-7?
- A club unaffected by the weather? Indoors!
- A chance to talk to some people? What else would you be doing when you're waiting for your turn!
- A club with a formidable background? UCD Club of the year 2011 and Intervarsities winners the last 4 years running!
If you're here looking at the website, you're obviously interested. You'll go far my friend 👣. Take a look around the site, we're quite proud of it. You'll find details on the history of the club, pictures and reports from our (many) trips away on the Events page, our coaches and committee on the About page and games and videos and everything else on the EE page. It's all just a click away...
Yours with reckless abandon,
El Crapitan Rosie
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History of the club
The UCD Trampoline Club was set up by Andrew Cahill in the 1980's; the era of the A-Team, Gummi Bears, Air Wolf, Jem, Teddy Ruxpin, Brave Star and the Samurai Pizza Cats. The club is equally as cool as any of these things.