CORK GAA COMPETITION STATS 2019
Cork GAA use Sportlomo for Competition Management. Scores, fixtures schedule and up-to-the-minute tables are fed direct to the Cork GAA website (API’s from SportLoMo competition management system). A big thank you to all the officials designated to return results to our system.
STATS FOR 2019
- No. of competitions: 840
- No. of fixtures: 9,944
- No. of clubs: 415 clubs use the system
SportLoMo is used by Cork GAA, Avondhu, Beara, Carbery, Carrigdhoun, Duhallow, East Cork, Muskerry, Seandun, Cork Coiste (central, county, east, mid, north, west), Mid Cork Ladies and West Cork Ladies GAA
Launch of Cork GAA Website by Tracey Kennedy, Chairperson Cork GAA
Website designed and developed by SportLoMo design team. www.gaacork.ie
The SportLoMo team are very proud of getting this site up and running Cork GAA. SportLoMo Operations Manager John Lee remarks “Its only when you start to tackle Cork’s club listing do you realise how massive the GAA is in Cork”. John thanked all the Cork GAA I.T committee and in particular to Joseph, Terry and Cian for all their help.
PRO Cork GAA thank Cork IT committee and SportLoMo.
Joseph Blake @joeyblake79 the PRO for Cork GAA tweeted his thanks to everyone involved in developing the new website.
Cian O’Brien, Cork GAA Web/IT Committee
“After weeks of meeting, planning and designing, the new, mobile responsive website is now live.
Cork GAA IT committee have developed the new website as part of a number of steps in the digital transformation for the County.
One of the major features of the new site is its mobile responsive across all platforms from mobile phones to tablets to laptops. The site will have live feeds from our social media pages and a new clubs home page with all the latest fixtures and results across all sections of Cork GAA feeding in.”
Cian O’Brien, Cork GAA Web/IT Committee
Club Services for Canada
SportLoMo is doing a lot of work in Canada and to support this our team has developed a dedicated website for our Canadian Clubs. The site has an overview of the four key Club Services, ‘How to’ Videos and FAQ’s.
Services include Membership, Events and Team Registration, Website development and API”s / IFrame feeds.
The website also features seven Canadian customer project’s, Bow Valley Rugby Club, Volleyball BC, Canada Field Hockey Donations, Rugby Manitoba, Rugby Québec, Softball Ontario and Rugby Canada.
View CanadaClubs@sportlomo.com here.
A quick video on our latest update on Membership Types and the Membership Registration Form. And an opportunity to listen to an Irish accent, compliments of Ronan! view video
Ronan demos the update on our Staging Server (test area) using a mock up of a British Columbia Rugby Club.
This new functionality works for setting up or editing a membership type.
The big long list of options and fields to add to your registration form is now looking a lot more user friendly. Create your own fields, drag and drop them on to the form. Then drag and drop them into the order/position you want on the form (reshuffle order). Edit fields, make them required or optional. Note: Dont forget to click SAVE when finished.
Dublin Ladies Gaelic now offer all their coaching and referee courses for sale on their website using the Sportlomo Event Management system.
- The customer to set up and edit their own events and courses – their is no need to wait for a 3rd party supplier to create them.
- The ability to create event groups and types such as merchandise, tickets, courses etc.
- Waiting (wait) lists for oversubscribed events.
- Discounts, early birds etc are all available for customers.
- Extensive financial reporting features for each event.
- The ability to offer events to only certain sections of your membership.
- Priority emails to preferred buyers – generate a priority booking email for preferred customers before opening the same up to the public.
- The ability to email these customers through the system – again no need for 3rd party software like Mailchimp etc.
Click to see courses on Offer on DLG website on 20th Nov 2019 https://dublinladiesgaelic.ie/registration/
The event management system can be extended for use with a full learning management support system where members can upload credentials such as Police vetting, First Aid, CPD courses.
- Members can upload ‘credentials’ to their record and apply for accreditation from the overall body.
- Expiry dates can be added to these accreditations and the member can be automatically reminded at pre-selected times that their expiry date is coming close.
- Members can apply for advanced courses and the system can check if the individual has the required accreditation to undertake this course
- Specific courses can only be signed up to by the member (if they have the necessary membership levels to undertake it).
- Certificates/awards etc can be generated by the administrator for successful participation.
- Tutors can log in and input attendance sheets.
- Tutors can also mark the records of the attendees and these results will be automatically emailed to the attendee.
Joining our friends in Canada Rugby by wearing purple to honour the memory of Rowan Stringer, “Rowan’s Law Day’ is commemorated this year on Wednesday September 25th 2019.
Rowan Stringer’s story
Rowan’s Law was named for Rowan Stringer, a high school rugby player from Ottawa, who died in the spring of 2013 from a condition known as second impact syndrome (swelling of the brain caused by a subsequent injury that occurred before a previous injury healed). Rowan is believed to have experienced three concussions over six days while playing rugby. She had a concussion but didn’t know her brain needed time to heal. Neither did her parents, teachers or coaches.
Rowan’s Law and Rowan’s Law Day were established to honour her memory and bring awareness to concussions and concussion safety.
A number of the SportLoMo team dress in purple to mark the day.
LtoR: Jordan Gaede, Alex Andrews, Noreen McManomon, Vivienne Lee, Ronan Keane, Joe McDonnell.
Seamus Kyne (CEO) missed the team photo but found a “somewhat” purple shirt to show his support for the day.
New Addition to SportLoMo Learning Management Platform.
Extra functionality added for one of our latest sports (Snowsport Scotland).
Snowsport Scotland Sportlomo platform launched 12th July 2019. Innovative method for their members and coaches to track qualifications and professional development.
Snowsport Scotland has deployed SportLoMo’s Membership, Qualifications and Event Management system. (launched 12th July 2019).
READ SNOWSPORT ANNOUNCEMENT BELOW
“SportLoMo Goes Live
On the 19th July Snowsport Scotland launched its new membership, qualifications and events management system on Sportlomo.
After 6 months of development work, building additional functionality to meet our needs we are delighted to see this product finally deployed to our membership. Sportlomo comes with a strong pedigree for delivering end to end sports solutions for large sports federations and governing bodies. With tens of thousands of users concurrently online at any one time, we know we have bought into a solid platform that will support our administrative functions for some years to come.
Now that the basic membership system is live, the SSS team look forward to bringing new functionality and benefits to the membership over coming months. Watch this space.”
Snowsport Scotland Website 13th July 2019 https://snowsportscotland.org/sportlomo-goes-live/
SNOWSPORT SCOTLAND WEBSITE
In conjunction with the new system an extensive, mobile friendly website was developed by SportLoMo for Snowsports. Attractive looking website with all the beautiful pictures. Skiing in Scotland looks seriously tempting!
Pièce de résistance…..
Newly adapted Online Learning Management Module (Credentials + Qualifications) launched in tandem with Snowsport Membership & Events.