Individual Player Stats
In the screen shot below, you can see that SportLoMo has the ability to track very detailed statistics down to individual player level – the potential to drill down to this level of detail will in time give a governing body the potential to track in detail its high performance players, its players suitable for development to national teams. This specific example is taken from the Irish Basketball association- a sport known for its detailed player statistics. Making this functionality available to club level can greatly enhance the amount of data available over time.
SAMPLE GAME STATS
Top Five League Leaders, Points, Rebounds, Assists, and Steals per game. Recorded on Sportlomo Platform. See Basketball Ireland example below.
It has been a busy few months for the Sportlomo Sports Manager web design team. We are finding many Leagues and Clubs are now looking to redesign their website for mobile (cell) and tablet.
The demand from players, supporters and fans to be able to check up the latest scores and news on their sport on their phone and tablet is ever increasing. Sportlomo recently redeveloped an extensive Youth GAA Website. The Rebel Og website was re-designed for mobile and the views on mobile has been staggering since its launch. In the first 3 months of the new site, 65% of visitors accessed the site on their mobile and an additional 10.87% viewed the site on tablet. See Case Study on this Youth GAA organisation, Rebel óg for more information. View the Rebelog.ie website.
RECENT WEBSITES TO GO LIVE
A new football mobile site has been designed for Fermanagh and Western Football (Northern Ireland).
A recent favourite of our team is Wellington Hockey, New Zealand.
Mobile & Table Responsive High End Club Websites
€EUR800 | $USD955 | £GBP740 | $CAN1190 | $NZD1318 +monthly fee
Affordable Template Website Options
€EUR300 | $USD410 | £GBP410 | $CAN440 | $NZD490 +monthly fee
Oughterard Rugby, Galway is one of our template websites to get a nice makeover.
Vivienne Lee, Marketing 25/08/2017
Since the meeting of the 22nd July 1983 from which emerged Cumann Naomh Fhionnáin, a club fielding one adult football team and two juvenile teams in both hurling and football, the club has grown from strength to strength. St Finian’s GAA Club now fields teams at adult and juvenile level in Camogie, Hurling, and Ladies and Men’s Football. A perusal of the club’s history will show the success achieved both on and off the field of play.
St. Finian’s not only caters for the GAA needs in the parish of its foundation Rivervalley but also in the surrounding areas that include Boroimhe, Ridgewood, and Holywell. The tenacity and vision shown by the club’s founders sowed the seeds of a community and has reaped the rewards of success not only on the playing fields but also through the involvement of hundreds of members and in taking possession of their clubhouse facilities at the beginning of 2010.
From its inception St. Finian’s GAA Club has emphasized the importance of promoting the values and aspirations of the Gaelic Athletic Association. Their focus as a club has always been, and will continue to be, the achievement of excellence on the playing fields.
Through the hard work and dedication of its members, through an inclusive and welcoming approach, and through the application of the highest of standards in fair play St. Finian’s GAA Club is, and will continue to be, a club that engenders great pride in everyone associated with it.
Ulster Rugby launched its new Umpire software in Ravenhill Park on the 18th August. A packed house of over 200 referees were there to see the presentation of the new Referee Management system for Ulster Rugby.
Ulster Rugby joins Leinster, Munster and Connacht Rugby in using Sportlomo. With Leinster Rugby the first province to commence using the system for all its competition management in 2007. All domestic rugby in Ireland is managed on the platform.
The Ulster branch now manage their referees electronically through the Sportlomo system, they can notify referees by text message and email of their selection for upcoming games.
The new system has vastly increased the speed at accessing team sheets (rosters), referee data and player queries. Each referee has been allocated their own Sportlomo log-in where a referee can accept or reject fixtures, change their account details or mark their availability throughout the year for games.
The system keeps a log of each match official’s games throughout the season. After each game the referee is required to submit their match report and discipline report to the system. This data automatically feeds through to the Ulster branch.
A further useful feature is the electronic-team sheet module. All the clubs in Ireland are required by the IRFU (governing body) to update their player selections online, this gives referees access to team sheets/players online and this integrates with their discipline reports.
We are happy to announce Dubai Celts GAA new website is now live.
Over the last 22 years, Dubai Celts have evolved into a well recognised global GAA entity, where the GAA All-stars have visited on two separate occasions. For many expats seeking to emigrate to the Arab Gulf, the GAA club has always been the first port of call, for advice and general low down of the territory. It’s great to say that this mentality is alive and well in Dubai & long may it continue.
In total, they’ve welcomed 68 new members to their club across all grades this year, where teams typically train on a Sunday & Tuesday evening & Friday morning in the state of the art facility at Dubai Sports City.
This year was a very successful year for the Celts. They were recognised by Croke Park as having the youngest committee in the GAA Global Units and consequently selected by Croke Park as the venue to host the 2016 GAA All-Stars to correspond with their theme of “youth & innovation”. Furthermore, they were selected to host the opening round of the Middle East Leagues as part of the Dubai Duty-Free GAA Irish Festival as a result of the success of last year’s event in Dubai Sports City, in what was a truly memorable night.
We are delighted to announce a beautiful new website for Muskerry GAA.
Muskerry GAA is a Gaelic football and Hurling division located in the middle region of County Cork, Ireland. It is one of eight divisions of Cork GAA County Board. Muskerry GAA organizes competitions for the clubs within the division, from “Under 12” up to the adult level. The winners of these competitions compete against other divisional champions to determine which club is the county champion.
Muskerry GAA was established in 1925. Hurling was the major game in the Division at that particular time. A Minor Hurling Championship was introduced in 1926. The following year a Minor Football Championship was introduced. From this more Clubs were formed which participated in both codes and all Championships. In Football the historic outright Cork Senior Football Championship Title victory in 1970 was a particular significant achievement for the club.
Rugby Canada Report
SportLoMo and Rugby Canada today announced a new multi-year partnership designating SportLoMo as an official supplier for the national sport organization. Under the agreement, SportLoMo will serve as Rugby Canada’s technology supplier for the National Rugby Registration System and member management platform. SportLoMo is a leading global sports technology company, headquartered in Ireland. It is used by sports in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, Portugal, United Emirates and New Zealand.
Pic: Seamus Kyne and Vivienne Lee (Sportlomo) with Minister Canney, Rugby Canada, Ireland Canadian Ambassador and Enterprise Ireland.
Speaking about their appointment, Seamus Kyne, CEO of SportLoMo said “We are proud and excited to be selected to work with Rugby Canada and look forward to meeting the needs of the rugby community at national level, within the Provinces and the clubs. We are confident that our member registration software, with the additional modules to manage competitions, electronic team sheets, match officials, discipline and player injury, will provide a highly integrated platform for Rugby Canada. We work across many sports in many countries and have a deep understanding of the technology needs of sporting organizations.”
The announcement was made during an Enterprise Ireland Trade Mission, led by Minister Seán Canney TD. Welcoming the partnership, Minister Canney said “SportLoMo is an excellent example of an Irish technology-driven company successfully securing customers around the globe. I wish them every success for this exciting new partnership with Rugby Canada”. Enterprise Ireland, the Irish government agency that supports the expansion of Irish companies into export markets, has worked closely with SportLoMo to successfully enter the Canadian market and continues to support further expansion across North America.
Following an extensive tender process conducted at the end of 2016, which garnered significant interest from the market, SportLoMo was selected from a diverse pool of online technology and digital platform providers. As an evolving national sport organization, Rugby Canada used the opportunity to undertake a needs assessment, collaborating with all ten Provincial Unions across Canada. The process resulted in a clear mandate to develop a streamlined and seamless technology solution to address all registration, member management and sport administration needs, including league and competition management, within a single environment.
“Rugby Canada is excited to welcome SportLoMo as the official supplier of the National Rugby Registration System,” said Myles Spencer, Chief Operating Officer of Rugby Canada. “This strategic business partnership will offer Rugby Canada’s community stakeholders, including the Provincial Unions, Sub-Unions and growing number of Clubs across Canada, the benefit of a robust technology solution designed to streamline the administration of our evolving sport.”
Pic: Seamus Kyne (CEO with Scott Asselstine (Rugby Canada)
One of the Most Successful Youth Sports Organisations in Ireland, Rebel Og, an exciting initiative launched in 2011. Rebel Og develops and organises Gaelic Games in Cork for players up to the age of 18yrs. Formed as part of the Cork GAA Strategic Vision, Rebel Og has revolutionized the structure and brand of underage Gaelic Games in Cork.
Rebel Og has over 230 Clubs and last year, on the Sportlomo System over 3,700 games were managed by officials.
Cian O’Brien, PRO Rebel Og works tirelessly to promote gaelic games and the Rebel Og brand. He recently instigated the redesign of the Rebel Og website. The new site developed by Sportlomo is eye catching, modern and user friendly. It is responsive on mobile and tablet. Read more about how Rebel Og revolutionized Gaelic Games in Cork
Rebelog.ie is an extensive site with four separate regions tied in to the parent site (Central, West, North, East). The website has long been one of the busiest sports websites in the country.
In the three months, following the launch of the responsive website. Analytics on the site registered 37,000 unique visitors and over 662,000 pages viewed (Feb-May 2017).
Most impressive and reinforcing the decision to go responsive is 65% of visitors accessed the site on mobile with 10.87% accessing the site on tablet. The decision to go for a mobile responsive website is already paying dividends.
The site boasts a 73% return visitors to the website, this is a reflection on the excellent content, updated continuously by Cian, and up-to-the-minute results, fixtures and tables across all four regions.
Rebel Óg competitions span clubs and schools, regionally organised with teams competing in Rebel Óg Central, East, North & West in Under 13,14,15,16 and minor age groups. Teams are graded based on ability ensuring balanced and fair competition.
Rebel Óg operates schools of excellence and development squads which offer players an opportunity and incentive to represent our Rebel Óg inter-county teams in the hope of one day pulling on the famous red jersey of Cork.
Another popular initiative is the Rebel Og’s Sports Awards which are in their 5th season, with over 60 monthly awards give out to date. Rebel óg content page I am sure the clubs in Cork are looking forward to the 2017 Awards.
Vivienne Lee, Director, SportLoMo
26th May 2017
We are delighted to announce a beautiful new mobile friendly website for Avondhu GAA.
Avondhu GAA is a Gaelic football and Hurling division in the north of Cork, Ireland. The division includes teams such as Charleville, Mallow, Fermoy, and Mitchelstown. It is one of eight divisions of Cork County Board. It organizes competitions for the clubs within the division, at adult level.
The winners of these competitions compete against other divisional champions to determine which club is the county champion. In addition, the division selects football and hurling teams from the adult teams playing at junior level or county intermediate level, and these then compete for the Cork GAA Senior Football Championship and Cork Senior Hurling Championship. Cork GAA County Board Website