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What is Performa Sports?

A flexible realtime performance analysis iPad app and integrated Cloud analytics platform that helps you to see and understand the bigger picture of team and individual performances. The easy-share cloud platform also extends valuable coaching engagement time and increases player performance learning.

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  • Testimonials

  • Feargal Logan, Manager Tyrone U21 Footballers (All Ireland U21 Football Champions 2015)

    Fast and effective learning tool that helps to develop players

    “It's a great learning tool, our players can analyse their own performances online plus we as a management team can see much more on game day. It's been a big part of our player development.”

    Feargal Logan, Manager Tyrone U21 Footballers (All Ireland U21 Football Champions 2015)
  • Drayson Hounsome, Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Rider University

    Big addition to our coaching tools and has really helped take our game to the next level

    “Cost effective, easy to use and provides the information that you want to focus on. We provide our players with objective data and their match footage so they can see where they have improved and highlight the areas we all need to work on.”

    Drayson Hounsome, Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Rider University

News & Events

  • Kilmacud Crokes All Ireland Football 7s All Star Team 2016

    In its 44th year, the prestigious Kilmacud Crokes All Ireland Club Football 7s sponsored by Volkswagen sees the top gaelic footballers and clubs compete at high intensity and skill. The tournament analysis included individual player profiling to select an All Star Team and the Golden Boot Top Scorer.

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  • St. Galls claim a record winning 7th Kilmacud Crokes All Ireland Football 7s Title

    St. Galls proved their pedigree yet again as the football 7s specialists, claiming a record 7th All Ireland Title. Trailing by 5 points in the latter stages of the second half, the Antrim side used all their experience to crawl back the deficit including an excellent team goal finished by Kevin Niblock in the last attack to deny hosts Kilmacud Crokes their second successive title. Fittingly it was Kieran McGourty who struck home the winning spot kick for St. Galls to win 3-1.

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