Congratulations to Adrian Tuohy from Galway club Beagh who's powerful long range goal against Kilmacud Crokes in the All Ireland Hurling 7s was voted the best goal of the 2015 tournament.
Now in its 43rd year, the prestigious One Direct All Ireland Club Hurling 7s hosted at Kilmacud Crokes sees the top hurlers and clubs compete at high intensity and skill. As part of the tournament analysis the following contenders were shortlisted for Goal of Finals.
Yet again, the 43rd annual One Direct All Ireland Hurling 7s tournament was an action packed exhibition of hurling skill and talent. A strong contingent of Tipperary clubs contested the knockout stages with 4 teams from the county reaching the quarter-finals. Hosts and 2014 Champions Kilmacud Crokes bowed out in a narrow defeat to Loughmore-Castleiney in the Semi-Finals, before the winners went on to face their county rivals Borris-Ileigh in the Final. Inspired by Tipperary hurler, Brendan Maher who hit 3-01 from play along with the clinical attacking threat of Dan McCormack (1-03) and Conor Kenny (5-01), Borris-Ileigh went onto secure their sixth All Ireland title with a 10-point winning margin.
Performa Sports analysed each game live from the Quarter-Finals to Final played at Kilmacud Crokes. The winners possession retention and shot conversaion rate was particularly impressive throughout the tournament, including a 71% score ratio in the Final. Borris-Ileigh were also the goal kings of the competition with 20 goals scored from Quarter-Final to Final.
Performa Sports Cloud Analytics Platform builds player profiles and creates extended match analysis with a range of interactive reports.
Congratulations to Borris-Ileigh, the One Direct Kilmacud Crokes All Ireland Hurling 7 Champions who also earned a Performa Sports performance analysis and coaching software license. Performa Sports Founder and Performance Analyst Danny Turley (pictured second from left) presented the GAA analysis iPad app to winning captain Matthew Stapleton.
Head of Operations Chris Cousins explains why and how Sports Recruiting USA implemented Performa Sports for performance analysis, talent identification and player development. In their first season of using Performa Sports, their U21 academy team have gone on to win the West Riding Under 21 League Final.
Under the stewardship of Head Coach Fr. Anthony Myers, Los Búfalos have extended their recent unbeaten run in the Premier Rugby League in Paraguay to reach the Semi-Finals of the National Championship. Since their promotion last season the team and Fr. Myers have been using Performa Sports to improve the analysis of their own game to develop a smarter style of play against stronger opposition.
Simple, fast and effective team and player analysis. Quickly create coaching playlists based on trends and linked video clips to see build up play and consequences of key performance indicators. Automatically back up game date online and upload game videos to Performa Sports Cloud Analytics platform to extend valuable coaching contact time and enable players to self-analyse to improve performance learning.
Tyrone claimed a fifth All-Ireland U21 title by overcoming a talented Tipperary side by 1-11 v 0-13. The team used Performa Sports extensively through the season to improve player learning, match preparation and live game decision making for marginal gains. Under the experienced management of Feargal Logan, Peter Canavan and Brian Dooher the O'Neill county finished strongly to end a 14-year wait.
Tyrone U21 Football Manager Feargal Logan and Performance Analyst Martin McGirr explain how they use Performa Sports for team and individual player analysis and performance improvement.
Tyrone U21 Captain Kieran McGeary shares a player's view on performance analysis and how the players use Performa Sports.
Aspire is a national development programme for coaches working with high-potential athletes and teams. The programme aims to develop a coach’s expertise in the talent/performance domain by expanding their knowledge, broadening their understanding and influencing their coaching practice to better support the needs of their athletes/teams.
Catering for a diverse range of sports spread across the UK, coaches are able to upload videos of their coaching sessions to Performa Sports cloud analytics platform to be analysed remotely by Aspire mentors using CAIS - coaching analysis iPad app. This integrated platform supports the generation of individual coaching behavioural profiles, statistics and associated video reference clips with online sharing and commenting between the coach and mentor.
Supporting 30 teams in Northern California, Ballistic United Soccer Club has taken an innovative approach to improving player development and learning. The club's unique video cart allows it to film multiple games and training sessions from different perspectives. Using Performa Sports iPad app the video is quickly synced with the performance data to instantly create the video analysis, both by team events and individual player activity. The performance data and video is made accessible to coaches, players and parents to improve observation, communication and learning, underpinned by a shared understanding of performance objectives.
Great story of achievement by University of Northampton men's football team using Performa Sports for the first time this season to help improve performance. From finishing 2nd last in the league to securing 2nd top the next season with an impressive 24 points from a possible 30!
University of Northampton men's football team explain how they as a group of student footballers used Performa Sports to establish a user-friendly, affordable and efficient analysis process to improve performance. After securing league promotion, the footballers were also crowned club team of the year at the University in recognition of their achivements and hard work on and off the field.
Playing an attractive and cohesive style of football all season Galway county champions Corofin went onto secure their provincial title to respresent Connacht in the All Ireland Club Senior Football Championship Semi-Final against reigning All Ireland holders St. Vincents. The Tribesmen overcame the Leinster champions 1-14 v 1-09 before dominating the Final on St. Patrick's Day against Ulster champions Slaughtneil to lift the Andy Merrigan Cup on a scoreline of 1-14 v 0-07.