Archive for the category: ‘Domestic’

Dublin City Handball Club’s Junior Academy Returns

Dublin City Handball Club are not wasting any time in getting their Club activities back up and running. Not only is their Senior Men’s and Women’s teams returning to training […]

Handball Is Back!

Monday September 20th sees the return of indoor sports and activities for groups and Olympic Handball is 1 of them! It is a long time since the board of the […]

IOHA seeking to hire Handball Coaches

The Irish Olympic Handball Association (IOHA) is looking to hire enthusiastic Olympic Handball coaches of all levels to join our team in several locations: Dublin, Meath, Galway and Northern Ireland. […]

IOHA seek 2 Independent Board Members

Expressions of interest are invited for volunteer independent board membership with the Irish Olympic Handball Association (http://www.olympichandball.org/) The Irish Olympic Handball Association (IOHA) is the all-island National Governing Body (NGB) […]

Stay in touch with the IOHA

The IOHA office in Irish Sports HQ remains closed due to Government restrictions aimed at suppressing the Covid-19 virus. However you can stay in touch with us by the following […]

New IOHA Level 0 Introduction to Handball Virtual Coaching Course announced for January

Following unprecedented demand for the IOHA’s 1st Virtual Coaching Course in November the decision has been made to run a second course in January. Once more due to Covid-19 restrictions […]

IOHA announce agreement with UCD Institute of Sport and Health.

The Irish Olympic Handball Association (IOHA) is proud to announce the first steps toward a promising collaboration with the UCD Institute of Sport and health ( UCD – ISH). Dr […]

27 candidates begin handball Coaching journey

As a result of Covid-19 and the restrictions put in place by the Government, National Governing Bodies of Sport in Ireland have had to adapt to the new reality. The […]

IOHA announce retirement of Operations Manager Susan Moloney

Dear Handball friends, I hope this note finds everyone well during this difficult period. Susan Moloney our Operations Manager has decided to retire from her active role with the IOHA […]

IOHA introduces online Level 0 Coaching Course

The Covid-19 pandemic has forced numerous organisations to move their activities online and the Irish Olympic Handball Association is no different. The association is proud to announce that their 1st […]